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Population of Ku-ring-gai

Last official estimated population of Ku-ring-gai Area (as Local Government Area) was 124 444 people (on 2017-06-30)[2]. This was 0.50% of total Australian population and 1.564% of NSW population. Area of Ku-ring-gai is 85.40 km², in this year population density was 1 457.19 p/km² . If population growth rate would be same as in period 2016-2017 (+1.61%/yr), Ku-ring-gai population in 2020 would be 130 553. [0]


Ku-ring-gai historical population from 1996 to 2017 [4] [3]

Population for other LGA areas

↳ nearby LGA areas:
- Ryde
- Willoughby
- Lane Cove
- Hunters Hill
- Northern Beaches
- North Sydney
- Canada Bay
- Mosman

Ku-ring-gai on population maps [3]

Click to enlarge. Ku-ring-gai is located in the center of the images.

Population [people], population density [p./kmĀ²] and population change [%/year] [2]

Annual growth rate in %:

[1996-2001] +0.30 %/Y
[2001-2002] -0.17 %/Y
[2002-2003] -0.21 %/Y
[2003-2004] -0.68 %/Y
[2004-2005] -0.90 %/Y
[2005-2006] -0.40 %/Y
[2006-2007] +1.05 %/Y
[2007-2008] +2.30 %/Y
[2008-2009] +2.30 %/Y
[2009-2010] +1.97 %/Y
[2010-2011] +1.74 %/Y
[2011-2012] +1.51 %/Y
[2012-2013] +1.60 %/Y
[2013-2014] +1.40 %/Y
[2014-2015] +1.22 %/Y
[2015-2016] +0.95 %/Y
[2016-2017] +1.61 %/Y


Population pyramid for Ku-ring-gai (2017)[2]

Female 
Alter
 Male

2 609 
85+
 1 616

1 710 
80-84
 1 425

2 107 
75-79
 1 853

2 713 
70-74
 2 401

3 011 
65-69
 2 745

3 274 
60-64
 3 026

3 951 
55-59
 3 883

4 709 
50-54
 4 321

5 328 
45-49
 4 640

4 582 
40-44
 4 001

3 926 
35-39
 3 443

2 979 
30-34
 2 542

2 598 
25-29
 2 612

3 808 
20-24
 3 596

4 786 
15-19
 5 105

4 682 
10-14
 4 955

4 362 
5-9
 4 658

3 184 
0-4
 3 303


Sources, more info:

[0] Calculated with linear interpolation from officially estimated population

[1] Read more about LGA and Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) on abs.gov.au

[2] Population data from Australian Bureau of Statistics (Population and density: 2017; change: 2016-2017)

[3] Digital Boundaries: Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) 2016.

[4] Historical population: 2001-2012, 2007-2017.