G21 Region Profile (2014)
The G21 Region Profile (2014) provides a comprehensive ‘snapshot’ of wide-ranging regional data.
It is an invaluable reference for business, government and community-sector planning, and as a resource for G21 as it advocates on behalf of the region.
It is intended to be read in conjunction with the Geelong Region Plan, which is the state and federal government-adopted blueprint for the region towards 2050.
The Geelong Region Profile draws on many publicly available sources and assembles that information in a way that explains the data without making judgements.
The document includes information on subjects as diverse as land use, economic development, employment, river health, water usage, climate and rainfall, building approvals, urban settlement, community services, crime rates, property values and human health and wellbeing.
Not since G21 released the Geelong Region Plan in 2007 has there been such a wealth of up-to-date socio-economic information about the G21 region gathered in one document.
The G21 Region Profile 2014 is supported by five municipal-specific companion profiles — covering Colac-Otway, Golden Plains, Queenscliffe, Surf Coast and Greater Geelong — and sets of data tables.
You may also be interested in our population search tools on the Social & Economic Profiling page