Total rural debt

$24.1 billion

+26.0% compared to 2019 ($19.1b)
Borrowers

17,312

-5.0% compared to 2019 (18,232)
Mean debt of borrowers

$1.4 million

+32.7% compared to 2019 ($1.0m)
Median debt of borrowers

$0.3 million


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Source: ABARES 2016; Queensland Government Statistician’s Office, Queensland Treasury, Rural Debt Survey 2021, Output Tables.


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Source: ABARES 2016; Queensland Government Statistician’s Office, Queensland Treasury, Rural Debt Survey 2021, Output Tables.

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Caution should be used when interpreting the collapsed B1, B2, C loan rating category as some data were excluded due to not being suitable for public release.

Note: Not all data were suitable for public release. Blank cells indicate that data have been withheld to help ensure confidentiality.
Movement in debt value and percentages have been calculated based on the values in the Rural Debt Survey 2017 - 2021 Output Tables. Some differences in values may appear due to rounding.


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Caution should be used when interpreting the collapsed B1, B2, C loan rating category as some data were excluded due to not being suitable for public release.

Note: Not all data were suitable for public release. Blank cells indicate that data have been withheld to help ensure confidentiality. Caution should be used when interpreting the collapsed B1, B2, C loan rating category as some data were excluded due to not being suitable for public release.
Movement in debt value and percentages have been calculated based on the values in the Rural Debt Survey 2017 - 2021 Output Tables. Some differences in values may appear due to rounding.

Borrowers
As individual borrowers may have loans across more than one industry or region (and each loan may be rated differently) tables sum to more than the total number of borrowers.

Rounding
Dollar values displayed in these tables have been rounded to whole numbers and may sum to slightly above/below the total. Percentage estimates displayed within the tables have been rounded to one decimal place and may not sum to exactly 100.0%

Disclaimer
While great care has been used in collecting, processing, analysing and extracting information, Queensland Government Statistician’s Office, Queensland Treasury, makes no warranty regarding errors or omissions and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for loss or damage resulting from the use of the information.

Attribution
To attribute this output, cite Queensland Government Statistician’s Office, Queensland Treasury, Rural Debt Survey 2021, Interactive web outputs.