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Share of businesses affected by bushfires/flood in Australia 2020 by state

In February 2020, 11 percent of businesses in Victoria, Australia indicated that they had been affected 'a great deal' by the 2019/2020 Black Summer bushfires and floods that followed. Tasmanian and Western Australian businesses, which do not share boarders with NSW and Victoria where the fires were at their worst, indicated that they were only 'a little' affected.

Share of businesses affected by bushfires/floods in Australia in February 2020, by state and territory

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Release date

February 2020



Survey time period

February 11 to 13, 2020

Number of respondents

1,170 respondents

Method of interview


Supplementary notes

Sample sizes from Tasmania and Western Australia were less that 50 and should be treated with caution.

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