Population of Queensland 2009


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The population of Queensland has been growing by an average of 2,167 new residents each week, for the 12 months ended 31st March 2009, with a population of about 4,380,400 at that date.

The growth has been attributed to:

  • 46.7% overseas migration
  • 35.6% natural increase
  • 17.7% interstate migration

The Queensland population clock reached the interesting figure of 4,444,444 at about 4.45am 4:44 am on Tuesday 20th October 2009.

Queensland Population figures for the following years have been:

  • 1976 2,092,375
  • 1986 2,624,595
  • 1996 3,338,690
  • 2006 4,090,908
  • 2007 4,195,981
  • 2008 4,293,915
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Projected Queensland Populations are:


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  • 2016 5,040,326
  • 2026 5,884,390
  • 2036 6,644,819
  • 2046 7,337,217
  • 2056 7,976,189

Sources:

Queensland Population Counter

Queensland Statistics

March 2009 Population Figures

Estimated Resident Populations 1997-2008

Projected Queensland Populations

Population calculation for 4:44 am 20th October 2009

The Queensland population clock at 4:39pm quoted 4,444,601 (at 4.37pm it said 4,444,600)
The difference between 4:44am and 4:39pm is 715 minutes, or 42,900 seconds.
The clock website states a total population increase of one person every 4 minutes and 33 seconds.
Therefore 157 people in those 715 minutes, take 715 away from the 4,444,601, and you have the 4,444,444 at 4:44am on 20th October 2009.

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