Melbourne Atlas 2006

August 21, 2006

The Melbourne Atlas 2006 has been made available for free download. From what I’ve seen it pretty much reinforces the stereotypes you probably already hold — Melbourne’s public transport system hasn’t really changed since the 1950s, the highest rates of domestic violence occur in Frankston and Hume, 20-29 year olds live in the inner suburbs, and so on. Still, I love stuff like this.

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2 Responses to “Melbourne Atlas 2006”

  1. Scott said

    So, where can we find this free download? All I’ve been able to find is the Department of Sustainability and Environment’s option to pay for it…

  2. Each page is available for download as a seperate PDF. Follow the links next to the coloured sillhoutes of Melbourne to find the PDFs.

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