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… Read the rest
Queensland Population Change from 1982 to 2020.
In just under 40 years the population of Queensland has increased from 2.4 million to 5.16 million.
The annual rate of change has varied between 1.26% in 2016 and 3.04% in 1989. The average during these years has worked out at almost 2.03% … Read the rest
Population of Australia at 30 September 2018.
As at 30th September the Population of Australia was shown to be 25,101,900, an increase of 395,100 (1.6%) over the previous 12 months.
Net immigration contributed an extra 263,000 to Australia, about 1.04% of the population.
The population change for each State or … Read the rest
Annual Increase in Australian Population: 395,100.
As at 30th September 2018, the Australian Population had reached 25.1 million.
According to the ABS, the Australian Population increased by 395,100 during the 12 months ending September 2018. This is a 1.6% increase over the year.
Net Overseas Immigration accounted for the majority … Read the rest
Australian Population change by State 2003 to 2013.
During the Ten year period from 2003 to 2013, the population of Australia has increased by 17.51%, from 19,773,429 to 23,235,837, but this has not been evenly spread throughout the Australian States and Territories.
Western Australia and Queensland have seen the largest … Read the rest
Population of Australia 1860 to 2010.
The population of Australia has been growing at one of the fastest rates, when compared to most other countries, and at June 2010 has reached a population of about 22,364,000.
The change in Australia’s population in 2009, was an increase of 432,600 people, with … Read the rest
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 … Read the rest
MEDIA RELEASE from ABS
July 28, 2008
Over one quarter of Australians were born overseas
Figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today reveal 5.5 million migrants from over 200 countries living in Australia were born overseas, as at June 2008.
People born in the United Kingdom … Read the rest