The median age of the population in Greater Brisbane remained stable at 35.0 years between 20, while the median age of people living in the rest of Queensland increased from 37.4 to 38.3 years over the same period.
The SA2 with the highest median age in 2013 was Bribie Island (58.1 years), followed by Cooloola (53.9), Caloundra Hinterland (52.3) and Redland Islands (51.9).
The rest of the top ten SA2s with the highest proportions of people aged 65 years or above were outside of Greater Brisbane in the Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast and Wide Bay areas, ranging from 30% in Cooloola to 26% in Noosaville.
SEX RATIO At June 2013, the sex ratio (the number of males per 100 females) of Queensland was 99.5.
Ipswich had the largest growth of all SA4s in Greater Brisbane, with an increase of 43,000 people, while Moreton Bay - South had the fastest growth at 17%.
In the five years to 2013, the population of the rest of Queensland increased by 211,100 people to reach 2.42 million.
In contrast, Greater Brisbane had and a lower proportion aged 45 years and over (36%) than the rest of the state (41%).
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