The Canberra Map or Map of Australian Capital Territory (ACT) template in PowerPoint format includes 5 slides, covering the capital city or Australian Capital Territory location map, outline map, SA3 region map, and SA2 region map.
The Australian Capital Territory is an enclave inside of New South Wales. Home to Australia’s capital city Canberra, 390,800 people live in the ACT.
Firstly The SA4 regions are the largest sub-State regions in the Main Structure of the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS), and have been designed for the output of ABS Labor Force Survey data and therefore have population limits imposed by the Labor Force Survey sample.
Secondly, Statistical Areas Level 3 (SA3) are geographical areas built from whole Statistical Areas Level 2 (SA2). They have been designed for the output of regional data. SA3s are designed to provide a regional breakdown of Australia. They generally have a population of between 30,000 and 130,000 people. In regional areas, SA3s represent the area serviced by regional cities that have a population over 20,000 people. In the major cities, SA3s represent the area serviced by a major transport and commercial hub.
Finally Statistical Areas Level 2 (SA2) are medium-sized general purpose areas built up from whole Statistical Areas Level 1. Their purpose is to represent a community that interacts together socially and economically. SA2s are designed as the primary output region for the release of non-Census and Intercensal data. SA2s generally have a population range of 3,000 to 25,000 persons. SA2s have an average population of about 10,000 persons and include towns with a population in excess of this.
The Canberra Map template vividly presents the 10 SA3 regions and 133 SA2 regions for this Territory of Australia.
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