Population of Australia March 2022


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Australia’s population at March 2022.

The population of Australia at 18 March 2021 was 25,854,292 people.

The ABS population clock can be seen at:
ABS Population Clock

The population changes are currently based on:

  • one birth every 1 minute and 45 seconds,
  • one death every 3 minutes and 12 seconds,
  • one person arriving to live in Australia every 1 minute and 1 second,
  • one Australian resident leaving Australia to live overseas every 1 minute and 14 seconds, leading to
  • an overall total population increase of one person every 2 minutes and 20 seconds.

Australia’s population at 31 March 2021.

The population of Australia at 31 March 2021 was 25,704,300 people.

The population breakdown by state was:

8,176,400 (31.81%) New South Wales
6,648,600 (25.87%) Victoria
5,206,400 (20.25%) Queensland
2,675,800 (10.41%) Western Australia
1,771,700 (6.89%) South Australia
542,000 (2.11%) Tasmania
431,800 (1.68%) Australian Capital Territory
247,000 (0.96%) Northern Territory


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Source: www.abs.gov.au Released 16/09/2021


In the year ending 31 March 2021, Australia’s population grew by 35,700 people.

Components of Population change in the year ending 31 March 2021.

Migration numbers caused a reduction of 95,300

115,000 people migrated into to Australia.
210,300 people emigrated from Australia.

Births and deaths caused in increase of 131,000.

There were 293,500 births.
There were 162,500 deaths.

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