The Cockburn economy generates an estimated $28.868 billion in output. Cockburn represents 31.7% of the $87.877 billion output generated in South West Group, 5.5% of the $503.834 billion output generated in Greater Perth, and 3.7% of the $744.109 billion output generated in Western Australia.Regional exports
Manufacturing is Cockburn's largest output generating sector, supporting an estimated annual output of $8.388 billion.
The value of regional exports generated by the Cockburn economy is estimated at $12708 billion.Regional imports
Cockburn represents 38.3% of the $33.197 billion regional exports generated in South West Group, 7.1% of the $178.464 billion regional exports generated in Greater Perth, and 4.6% of the $290.970 billion regional exports generated in Western Australia.
Manufacturing is Cockburn's largest exporter, generating regional exports estimated at $5.565 billion.
The value of intermediate goods and services imported into Cockburn by local industry sectors is estimated at $8.948 billion.Value added
Cockburn represents 34.3% of the $26.100 billion imported into South West Group, 8.4% of the $106.369 billion imported into Greater Perth, and 6.6% of the $135.393 billion imported into Western Australia.
Cockburn's Manufacturing sector spends an estimated $4.606 billion on regional imports, more than any other sector.
The total value added by the Cockburn is estimated at $11.584 billion. Cockburn represents 29.9% of the $38.736 billion value added in South West Group, 4.6% of the $252.201 billion value added in Greater Perth, and 3% of the $388.660 billion value added in Western Australia.Gross Regional Product
At an estimated $1.742 billion, the Manufacturing sector is the largest value added contributor to Cockburn's economy.
Cockburn's Gross Regional Product (GRP) is estimated at $12.293 billion. Cockburn represents 29.7% of South West Group's Gross Regional Product (GRP) of $41.371 billion , 4.6% of Greater Perth's GRP of $264.911 billion , and 3% of Western Australia's Gross State Product (GSP) of $404.454 billion.Employment
The Cockburn economy supports an estimated 51,957 jobs, representing 28.0% of the 185,261 people working in South West Group, 5.1% of the 1,015,946 people working in Greater Perth, and 4.0% of the 1,308,799 people working in Western Australia.Population and median age
In Cockburn, the locality of Henderson contains the highest number of jobs.
Construction is Cockburn's largest employment sector, supporting an estimated 7,766 jobs.
Home to 125,031 people, Cockburn's median age is 37 years.
: This information has been sourced from Remplan and based on ABS 2021 Census Place of Work Employment (Scaled), ABS 2020 / 2021 National Input Output Tables, and ABS June 2022 Gross State Product.