The Map of Queensland Australia template in PowerPoint format includes 11 slides, covering Queensland location map, outline map with major cities, GCCSA map, SA4 region map, SA3 region map, LGA map and LGA map with major cities. For the greater capital region, you can also have the greater Brisbane map for SA4 regions, SA3 regions and LGAs.
The Queensland state is the third populated one of Australia, with 5.36 million residents as of June 2020. About 45% of the state’s population lives in Greater Brisbane. Queensland is located the wettest and most tropical part of the continent that is bordered by New South Wale to the south, South Australia to the southwest, and Northern Territory to the west.
Firstly Greater Capital City Statistical Areas (GCCSA) are geographical areas built from Statistical Areas Level 4 (SA4) and are designed to represent the functional extent of each of the eight State and Territory capital cities. A minimum of 100,000 persons was set for the SA4s, although there are some exceptions to this. In regional areas, SA4s tend to have populations closer to the minimum (100,000 – 300,000). In metropolitan areas, the SA4s tend to have larger populations (300,000 – 500,000).
Secondly, 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.
Thirdly 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 The Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) Local Government Areas (LGAs) are an ABS approximation of officially gazetted Local Government Areas as defined by each State and Territory Local Government Department.
The Map of Queensland Australia template vividly presents the 19 SA4 regions, 80 SA3 regions, and 78 LGAs for this state of Australia. For the greater capital of Brisbane, there are 9 SA4 regions, 35 SA3 regions, and 8 LGAs.
In a word, you can change the texts, colors, sizes, and add your charts. Most important of all, our maps can help to reduce your efforts and create good-looking maps. So you can focus on your core competence and outsource the maps to our professionals. At the same time you can also refer to the detailed LGAs of Queensland state in Wikipedia.