Some additional charts on top of yesterday's ... all data sourced from the ABS (6401, tables 12 and 13). We will start with the 11 expenditure groups that make up the CPI.
It should be noted that the quarter on quarter changes for health and education are the result of typical seasonal behaviour.
The alcohol and tobacco result was also pretty typical of the past decade.
And now for the killer charts that look at all of the sub groups and expenditure classes. Please note, there are some (usually self evident) double counts here. For example, there is a row for fruit and vegetables as well as an individual row for fruit and another row for vegetables.