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More than any other Australian city, Melbourne has led a 30-year turnaround in inner-city density (red indicates increases and blue decreases).

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Many factors have influenced population density change in Australian cities over the past 30 years. Melbourne has led the way in inner-city rebirth as a way to help manage future growth.

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