This data visualisation consists of twin bar charts and tables on separate tabs describing counts and rates of injury hospitalisations and deaths by sex, by age group, and by remoteness of usual residence. A notes tab is also available. The reader can select to display by number or rate or age group.
The top bar chart shows that the rate of hospitalisations per 100,000 population rises with increasing remoteness of usual residence for both males and females.
The bottom bar chart shows that for males and females, the lowest injury death rate per 100,000 population is for residents of Major cities (55.9 for males and 37.9 for females). The highest rate for males was for residents of Remote regions (93.3) and for females was for residents of Very remote areas (50.3), although the rate for Inner regional regions for females was similar (49.2).