The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) released regional personal insolvency statistics for the December quarter 2014.

Statistics

New South Wales

The regions with the highest number of debtors in the December quarter 2014 in New South Wales were:

  • Wyong (87 debtors)
  • Penrith (73 debtors)
  • Mount Druitt (71 debtors).

Australian Capital Territory

The regions with the highest number of debtors in the December quarter 2014 in the Australian Capital Territory were:

  • Belconnen (23 debtors)
  • Tuggeranong (23 debtors)
  • Gungahlin (14 debtors).

Victoria

The regions with the highest number of debtors in the December quarter 2014 in Victoria were:

  • Wyndham (76 debtors)
  • Casey – South (70 debtors)
  • Melton – Bacchus Marsh (68 debtors).

Queensland

The regions with the highest number of debtors in the December quarter 2014 in Queensland were:

  • Townsville (95 debtors)
  • Ormeau – Oxenford (73 debtors)
  • Mackay (68 debtors).

South Australia

The regions with the highest number of debtors in the December quarter 2014 in South Australia were:

  • Onkaparinga (51 debtors)
  • Charles Sturt (40 debtors)
  • Salisbury (39 debtors).

Northern Territory

The regions with the highest number of debtors in the December quarter 2014 in the Northern Territory were:

  • Palmerston (14 debtors)
  • Alice Springs (13 debtors)
  • Darwin Suburbs (12 debtors).

Western Australia

The regions with the highest number of debtors in the December quarter 2014 in Western Australia were:

  • Wanneroo (55 debtors)
  • Rockingham (51 debtors)
  • Joondalup (39 debtors).

Tasmania

The regions with the highest number of debtors in the December quarter 2014 in Tasmania were:

  • Launceston (37 debtors)
  • Hobart – North West (28 debtors)
  • Burnie – Ulverstone (20 debtors).