List of Australian states and territories by gross state product

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This is the most recent list of Australian states and territories by gross state product (GSP) and GSP per capita. Also included are the GSP and population growth tables as well as a comparison table showing the surplus/deficit between state final demand (SFD) and GSP for the same financial year. All the data was taken from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website.

States and territories by GSP per capita[edit]

State or territory GSP per capita
(A$, 2016–17)
GSP per capita growth (2016-17) GSP per capita as a ratio to national
Flag of the Northern Territory.svg Northern Territory 103,763 3 1.495
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 92,436 2.89% 1.332
Flag of Western Australia.svg Western Australia 90,799 -3.32% 1.308
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 71,541 1.34% 1.031
Flag of Victoria (Australia).svg Victoria 63,900 0.90% 0.921
Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 63,212 0.30% 0.911
Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia 59,285 1.56% 0.854
Flag of Tasmania.svg Tasmania 55,056 0.53% 0.793
Flag of Australia.svg Australia (GDP) 69,402 0.41% 1.000

States and territories by GSP growth and share of national economy[edit]

State or territory Share of National Economy (%, 2016-17)[1] GSP
(million A$, 2006–07)
GSP
(million A$, 2016–17)
Annual Growth Rate (2016-17)
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 32.97% 439,358 556,233 2.87%
Flag of Victoria (Australia).svg Victoria 23.58% 314,260 425,579 3.33%
Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 18.24% 243,422 330,867 1.77%
Flag of Western Australia.svg Western Australia 13.78% 158,440 200,256 -2.68%
Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia 6.02% 85,723 108,992 2.17%
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 2.22% 27,496 46,141 4.65%
Flag of Tasmania.svg Tasmania 1.69% 24,651 31,185 1.11%
Flag of the Northern Territory.svg Northern Territory 1.50% 18,126 30,046 3.95%
Flag of Australia.svg Australia (GDP) 100.00% 1,305,332 1,729,297 1.96%

States and territories by population growth[edit]

State or territory Population[2]
(as at March 2007)
Population
(as at March 2017)
Share of National Population (%, March 2017) Annual Growth Rate (2016-17) Population as multiple of 10-years ago (March 2007 vs March 2017))
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 6,815,359 7,837,709 31.98% 1.60% 1.150
Flag of Victoria (Australia).svg Victoria 5,134,074 6,290,674 25.66% 2.43% 1.225
Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 4,084,531 4,907,608 20.02% 1.56% 1.202
Flag of Western Australia.svg Western Australia 2,093,633 2,575,970 10.51% 0.72% 1.230
Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia 1,567,206 1,720,953 8.30% 0.60% 1.098
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 340,544 409,141 1.67% 1.78% 1.201
Flag of Tasmania.svg Tasmania 492,625 520,101 2.12% 0.60% 1.056
Flag of the Northern Territory.svg Northern Territory 212,372 244,990 1.00% 0.14% 1.154
Flag of Australia.svg Australia 20,742,817 24,511,773 100.00% 1.61% 1.182

States and territories by comparison between SFD and GSP[edit]

State or territory SFD[3]
(million A$, 2014-15)
GSP
(million A$, 2013-14)
Surplus / deficit
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 486,482 487,637 26,115
Flag of Victoria (Australia).svg Victoria 370,504 343,819 −9,603
Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 313,889 295,142 −19,981
Flag of Western Australia.svg Western Australia 214,230 256,188 42,625
Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia 100,738 95,199 −2,288
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 58,832 35,566 −22,309
Flag of Tasmania.svg Tasmania 28,207 24,905 −2,726
Flag of the Northern Territory.svg Northern Territory 31,941 21,205 −7,728
Flag of Australia.svg Australia (DFD) 1,604,823 1,559,662 4,107

Historical gross state product (since 1989–90)[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Australian National Accounts: State Accounts, 2016-17". Australian Bureau of Statistics. 17 November 2017. Archived from the original on 17 November 2017. Retrieved 17 December 2017. 
  2. ^ "Australian Demographic Statistics, June 2004". Australian Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 15 June 2015. 
  3. ^ "State Final Demand, 2014-15) Financial Year". Australian Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 15 June 2015.