Central Coast Council area


In 2015/16, the total value of agricultural output in the Central Coast Council area was $161m. The largest commodity produced was Livestock slaughterings, which accounted for 64.0% of the Central Coast Council area’s total agricultural output in value terms.

Agricultural production is a very important contributor to Australia's economy, and is a key industry in many rural and regional areas, as well as some outer metropolitan areas.

The data presented here are sourced from the 2015-16 Agricultural Census, run by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data show the gross value of agricultural commodities in broad categories, measured across two Agricultural Census periods.

Agriculture value data should be viewed in conjunction with the Industry Sector Analysis page for the Agriculture sector, which has modelled estimates of the size of the industry on an annual basis. The Employment Locations page will show where agricultural activity is taking place and the Workforce Profiles section will reveal the characteristics of agricultural workers.

Data source

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) - Value of Agricultural Commodities Produce 2015-16

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Value of agricultural production
Central Coast Council area 2015/16
Commodity (Click rows to view sub-categories)$%. New South Wales %Central Coast Council areaas a % of New South Wales
Cereal crops--------
Citrus fruit3,140,4421.91.41.8
Crops for Hay3,0560.02.50.0
Grapes (wine and table)--------
Livestock slaughterings103,298,14464.033.62.4
Nurseries & cut flowers36,058,76922.32.312.0
Other broadacre crops--------
Other fruit3,028,4131.92.11.1
Agriculture - Total Value161,449,035100.0100.01.2

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Value of Agricultural Commodities Produced, Australia, 2015-16. Cat. No. 7503.0

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