Here you will find information on population, density, ethnicity or economics across the City of Canning,  through .id.

.id is a demographers, housing analysts, forecasters and Census data experts who have developed on-line demographic and economic information products specifically for the Australian local government market. Not only is this a valuable tool for the City to use in its decision making process, it can also aid and encourage economic development and investment. As residents and ratepayers, it will give you more of an insight into the make-up of your community, your suburb and your City.

Demographics

A strong economy

The City contributes $9.90 billion to the Gross State Product, providing over 65,000 full time jobs (Economy.id, 2019).  Forecasted growth in population, employment, businesses and gross regional product will continue to place the City of Canning as one of the highest performing local governments in Western Australia.

Industrial areas in Welshpool and Canning Vale attracted investment in the late 1960's. Since then, both areas have grown and evolved into two of Perth's premier industrial areas. Five industry sectors dominate these two industrial hubs - Manufacturing, Construction, Wholesale Trade, Mining and Transport Postal & Warehousing. Collectively they contribute to almost 70% of the City’s gross output of nearly $20 billion, providing more than 50% of the City's 65,000 full time jobs.

View the Economic Profile here.

A business-friendly environment is central to our Strategic Community Plan and core to our vision of being a welcoming and thriving City. Let us know what information or services you are seeking by calling us during working hours on 1300 422 664 or email business@canning.wa.gov.au.

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