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Albany

Population Counter:

Albany is located in Western Australia and considered as a statistical area level 2 (SA2). The 2019 population estimate for Albany is stated above. The population of Albany is collected during censuses, every five years. In the last census in 2016, Albany had a population of 14,251 persons. The live population is calculated using growth rate between 2011 and 2016 and national adjustments after 2016.

Map:

Albany has an area of 30.5 square kilometres (km2), which provides a population density of 467 persons in each square kilometre. Below map presents the area and borders of Albany.

map of Albany

Neighbours:

Albany is neighbour with 3 suburbs of Bayonet Head - Lower King, Little Grove - Elleker, and McKail - Willyung. The table below shows the population in 2016. Click on the suburbs to see the live population.

Region Area (km2) Population
Little Grove - Elleker 142.7 3,630
Bayonet Head - Lower King 24.9 4,831
McKail - Willyung 101.2 10,431
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