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Table 2 Administrative data research sites and comparison sites

From: Queensland Alcohol-related violence and Night Time Economy Monitoring project (QUANTEM): a study protocol

Queensland sites Population N total licensed venues N late night venues Comparison site/s Population N licensed venues N late night venues
Brisbane (Fortitude Valley) 1,162,186 186 40 Perth (CBD + Northbridge) 21,092 294d 28
West End (Qld) 1,162,186 64b 0
Cairns 160,285 232 50 St Kilda (Vic) 107,127 178e 34e
Noosa Heads/Noosaville (Qld) 56,151 103 7
Townsville 193,946 97 43 Adelaide (CBD) 23,169 435 34f
Greater Newcastle 308,308 146g 32g
Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise) 555,608 166 38 Melbourne (Chapel St) 107,941 137e 54e
Toowoomba 163,232 126 30 Geelong (Vic)h 229,420 257e 14e
Greater Newcastle 308,308 146g 32g
  1. License counts excludes packaged, limited, producer, and wholesaler licenses; indicative numbers only
  2. aLocal Government Area Population as at 2015
  3. bAs at 29 August 2016; Queensland Office of Liquor Gaming and Regulation (OLGR)
  4. cAs at 2015; sourced from Queensland Government Fortitude Valley and Surfers Paradise Drink Safe Precinct trial reports and OLGR annual report
  5. dAs at 29 August 2016; Department of Racing, Gaming, and Liquor
  6. eAs at 29 August 2016; Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation
  7. fAs at 2015; industry figures. Subject to data availability. Greater Newcastle will be used if data is not released
  8. gAs at 2015; New South Wales Liquor and Gaming
  9. hGeelong will be used as an alternate if Newcastle is used for Townsville