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Australia Inflation Rate

Last Release
Jun 30, 2022
Actual
6.1
Units In
%
Previous
5.1
Frequency
Quarterly
Next Release
Oct 26, 2022
Time to Release
2 Months 10 Days 18 Hours
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
23.9
Dec 1951
-1.3
Jun 1962
4.87 %1951-2022Australian Bureau of Statistics
In Australia, the most important categories in the consumer price index are housing (22.3 percent of the total weight), food and non–alcoholic beverages (16.8 percent), recreation and culture (12.6 percent), transport (11.6 percent), furnishings, household equipment and services (9.1 percent), alcohol and tobacco (7.1 percent), health (5.3 percent) and insurance and financial services (5.1 percent). Clothing and footwear, education and communication account for remaining 10.2 percent of total weight.

Latest Updates

The annual food price inflation in Australia picked up to 5.9 percent in the June quarter of 2022 from 4.3 percent in Q1, amid robust consumption as the economy fully reopened in the wake of COVID-19 disruptions. This marked the fastest rise in food prices since Q3 2011, with main upward pressures largely coming from cost of bread (7.2% vs 2.6% in Q1), beef and veal (9.4% vs 12.1%), dairy & related products (5.2% vs 4.1%), food products n.e.c(6.1% vs 4.2%), oils and fats (14.6% vs 8.6%), cakes & biscuits (3.9% vs 2.2%), pork (3.9% vs 3.3%), eggs (5.8% vs 1.5%), cheese (4.9% vs 3.3%), other cereal products (10.4% vs 7.3%), jams, honey, and spreads (2.2% vs 2.2%), ice cream and other dairy products (5.6% vs 4.6 %), vegetables (14.6% vs 12.7%), coffee, tea, cocoa (9.3% vs 8.2%), water, soft drinks, juices (7.6% vs 6.4%), meals out and take away foods (4.7% vs 2.6%), and restaurants meals (5% vs 2.8%). At the same time, cost of fruit continued to fall (-1.4% vs -0.5%).

Australia Inflation Rate History

Last 12 readings

Australia Prices Indicators

All Australia indicators
Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
CPI Transportation
124.3
Jun 2022
121.5
Mar 2022
11.3
Sep 1972
124.3
Jun 2022
PointsQuarterly1972-2022
Commodity Prices YoY
14.1
Jul 2022
24.3
Jun 2022
-32.8
Jul 2009
60
Jul 2021
%Monthly1983-2022
Consumer Price Index CPI
126.1
Jun 2022
123.9
Mar 2022
4.2
Mar 1950
126.1
Jun 2022
PointsQuarterly1950-2022
Core Consumer Prices
124.51
Jun 2022
122.75
Mar 2022
75.45
Jun 2002
124.51
Jun 2022
PointsQuarterly2002-2022
Core Inflation Rate
4.9
Jun 2022
3.7
Mar 2022
1.1
Sep 2020
10.7
Mar 1983
%Quarterly1983-2022
Cpi Housing Utilities
132.2
Jun 2022
129
Mar 2022
10.3
Sep 1972
132.2
Jun 2022
PointsQuarterly1972-2022
Export Prices
190.4
Jun 2022
178
Mar 2022
16.3
Sep 1974
190.4
Jun 2022
PointsQuarterly1974-2022
Food Inflation
5.9
Jun 2022
4.3
Mar 2022
-3.2
Jun 2012
20.6
Dec 1973
%Quarterly1973-2022
GDP Deflator
110.2
Mar 2022
107.23
Dec 2021
5.93
Sep 1959
110.2
Mar 2022
PointsQuarterly1959-2022
Import Prices
132
Jun 2022
126.6
Mar 2022
51.5
Sep 1981
132
Jun 2022
PointsQuarterly1981-2022
Inflation Expectations
5.9
Aug 2022
6.3
Jul 2022
2.8
Sep 2013
8.6
Jul 2008
%Monthly1995-2022
Inflation Rate
6.1
Jun 2022
5.1
Mar 2022
-1.3
Jun 1962
23.9
Dec 1951
%Quarterly1951-2022
Inflation Rate Mom
1.8
Jun 2022
2.1
Mar 2022
-1.9
Jun 2020
7.55
Dec 1951
%Quarterly1950-2022
MI Inflation Gauge MoM
1.2
Jul 2022
0.3
Jun 2022
-1.2
May 2020
1.2
Jul 2022
%Monthly2002-2022
Producer Price Inflation MoM
1.4
Jun 2022
1.6
Mar 2022
-1.2
Jun 2020
1.9
Mar 2008
%Quarterly1998-2022
Producer Prices
120
Jun 2022
118.3
Mar 2022
70.7
Mar 1999
120
Jun 2022
PointsQuarterly1998-2022
Producer Prices Change
5.6
Jun 2022
4.9
Mar 2022
-1.5
Dec 2009
6.3
Dec 2008
%Quarterly1999-2022
Trimmed Mean CPI QoQ
1.5
Jun 2022
1.4
Mar 2022
0.3
Sep 2020
1.5
Jun 2022
N/A2002-2022
Weighted Mean CPI QoQ
0.9
Dec 2021
0.7
Sep 2021
0.1
Mar 2016
1.3
Dec 2007
N/A2002-2021
Weighted Mean CPI YoY
2.7
Dec 2021
2.1
Sep 2021
1.2
Sep 2016
5.1
Sep 2008
N/A2003-2021
Weighted Median CPI QoQ
1.4
Jun 2022
1
Mar 2022
0.1
Mar 2016
1.4
Jun 2022
%Quarterly2002-2022
Weighted Median CPI YoY
4.2
Jun 2022
3.2
Mar 2022
1.2
Sep 2016
5.1
Sep 2008
%Quarterly2003-2022

Inflation Rate across Pacific

Inflation Rate global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Australia
6.1
Jun 2022
5.1
Mar 2022
-1.3
Jun 1962
23.9
Dec 1951
% Quarterly1951-2022
Fiji
5.2
Jul 2022
5.1
Jun 2022
-3.5
Jun 2020
10.5
Apr 2010
% Monthly2003-2022
New Caledonia
3.8
Jun 2022
3.4
May 2022
-1.1
Jul 2020
3.87
Jul 2006
% Monthly1994-2022
New Zealand
7.3
Jun 2022
6.9
Mar 2022
-15.3
Mar 1923
44
Sep 1918
% Quarterly1918-2022
Papua New Guinea
6.9
Mar 2022
5.7
Dec 2021
-1.61
Sep 2007
23.16
Sep 1995
% Quarterly1978-2022
Vanuatu
0.7
Dec 2021
0.9
Sep 2021
-2.5
Jun 2016
6.2
Dec 2020
% Quarterly1998-2021

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