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A comprehensive statistical website is available for the public to access to obtain a detailed understanding of the predicted population growth in cities all over Australia and how they are constantly changing.

.id forecast stands for “informed decisions” and this site provides useful information free of charge to help you identify areas of growth and give you invaluable information about the future.

.id forecast is ideal for those looking to relocate to Wagga Wagga, giving you an abundance of practical and unbiased information about the city’s history, population figures, a break down of demographics, weekly incomes and which suburbs have the greatest potential for growth.

Wagga Wagga’s current population is 62,869 and it’s expected to increase to 79,393 in 2031 – an increase of 16,524 persons (26.28%) from 2011.

The site identified Estella, North Wagga – Bomen and Springvale- Lloyd as the fastest growing suburbs, experiencing 5.30, 4.08 and 4.20 per cent growth per annum respectively in 2011.

Central Wagga Wagga with 7,721 residents, Kooringal with 7,681 residents and Lake Albert with 6,131 residents, support the greatest populations within the Wagga Wagga region.

Persons aged 15-24 years of age represent the highest age group percentage in Wagga Wagga.

The dominant household type in Wagga Wagga is couple families with dependants. In contrast one parent family is forecast to decrease by 83 households, to comprise 9.7% of all households in 2021, compared to 12.0% in 2006.

From 2007 to 2031, .id forecast predicts Estella will experience the most residential development with 1,832 additional dwelling predicted to be built over the next twenty years.  Springvale and Lloyd will also experience substantial residential development, with 1,729 new dwelling predicted to be built from now until 2031. Those attracted to these areas will predominantly be families (aged 30-49 and 0-14 years) and young adults attracted to tertiary education, employment opportunities as well as affordable housing.

With plenty of useful information, .id forecast is proving to be a useful tool for many businesses and individuals Around Australia.  The future looks bight for Wagga Wagga, with plenty of potential for growth in terms of economy and population.