Australia · Population

On this page you can find past, current and future population statistics for Australia (from 1950-2100), population map, demographics, live population counter etc. . Question: What is the population of Australia? Answer: Current population of Australia is: 25 064 042*[1], area 7686850 km², population density 3.26 p/km². Capital of Australia is Canberra. Continent: Oceania.

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Australia · Population 1950-2100

Australia · historical and predicted populations (both sexes) for the period 1950-2100 (millions) De facto population in Australia as of 1 July of the year indicated. Source United Nations Population Division [1].

What was the Australia population at your birthday?*

Enter your birth date to find out. [1]

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Current Australia population

25 064 042

Today This year
Population growth Today
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Changes every 92.91 sec.
Population growth This year
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Births Today
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Changes every 62.38 sec.
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Deaths Today
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Changes every 189.843 sec.
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Sources: [1]
Today's statistic since midnight 00:00.
This year, statistic changes since 1st January
Population = Births** - Deaths

Australia population map

City density [2]population density [3]Legend (Click on marker to hide it)
• Population Growth rate: 930 / day = 38.75 / hour = 0.646 / minute = 0.0108 / seconds
• Births Growth rate**: 1385 / day = 57.66 / hour = 0.966 / minute = 0.0163 / seconds
• Deaths Growth rate: 455 / day = 18.96 / hour = 0.316 / minute = 0.0053 / seconds.

Current Australia population by age and sex for 2018-09-20*

  Male % Female
0-4 804 173 ⇐+4.9% 766 871
5-9 847 141 ⇐+5.7% 801 120
10-14 777 723 ⇐+4.2% 746 385
15-19 756 793 ⇐+5% 720 471
20-24 848 904 ⇐+7% 793 676
25-29 928 057 ⇐+3.9% 893 257
30-34 971 537 ⇐+1.8% 954 285
35-39 821 031 ⇐+0.1% 820 528
40-44 834 659 +1.6%⇒ 847 780
45-49 803 031 +1.9%⇒ 818 222
50-54 795 447 +0.3%⇒ 797 953
55-59 783 540 +1.3%⇒ 793 464
60-64 660 760 +4.5%⇒ 690 541
65-69 626 390 +2.8%⇒ 643 700
70-74 500 436 +3.3%⇒ 516 819
75-79 332 235 +8%⇒ 358 669
80-84 221 558 +19.3%⇒ 264 227
85-89 130 355 +42.5%⇒ 185 809
90-94 59 434 +75.2%⇒ 104 105
95-99 10 763 +159.9%⇒ 27 971
100+ 826 +311.1%⇒ 3 396

Sources: [1]

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Filter by starting letters of the city (113 cities):
A (5) | B (18) | C (6) | D (5) | E (3) | F (1) | G (10) | H (3) | K (5) | L (4) | M (14) | N (4) | O (2) | P (8) | R (2) | S (6) | T (6) | U (2) | V (1) | W (7) | Y (1) |

Population for cities or regions in Australia (113)

This is not full list. Only 50 largest cities in alphabetical order. You can click on start letter of the city ↑ :
Adelaide South Australia
Albany Western Australia
Albury New South Wales
Ballarat Victoria
Bathurst New South Wales
Bendigo Victoria
Brisbane Queensland
Bunbury Western Australia
Bundaberg Queensland
Cairns Queensland
Canberra Australian Capital Territory
Coffs Harbour New South Wales
Darwin Northern Territory
Dubbo New South Wales
Ellenbrook Western Australia
Geelong Victoria
Geraldton Western Australia
Gladstone Queensland
Gold Coast Queensland
Gosford New South Wales
Hervey Bay Queensland
Hobart Tasmania
Kalgoorlie-Boulder Western Australia
Launceston Tasmania
Lismore New South Wales
Mackay Queensland
Maitland New South Wales
Melbourne Victoria
Melton Victoria
Mildura Victoria
Mount Barker South Australia
Mount Gambier South Australia
Newcastle New South Wales
Nowra - Bomaderry New South Wales
Orange New South Wales
Pakenham Victoria
Perth Western Australia
Port Macquarie New South Wales
Rockhampton Queensland
Shepparton - Mooroopna Victoria
Sunbury Victoria
Sunshine Coast Queensland
Sydney New South Wales
Tamworth New South Wales
Toowoomba Queensland
Townsville Queensland
Traralgon Victoria
Wagga Wagga New South Wales
Warrnambool Victoria
Wollongong New South Wales

Sources, Notices

* Value is calculated with linear interpolation from 2 nearest estimated (date->population) data (unofficial).
** Net migration is included in Births with this calculation: Births = Population[1] + Deaths[1].
*** For years before 1950 we dont have population data. Value is approximate calculation using function: 1900 population = 70% of 1950 population.
[1] United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2015). World Population Prospects: The 2015 Revision. Data are estimates and projections according to a medium-fertility variant. Reused with the permission of the United Nations. Downloaded: 2015-11-15 (un.org)
[2] City density map, generated by population.city using data provided to us by 1km.net website. Every circle is city with population over 5000. Link
[3] Population density map generated by instructions from daysleeperrr on reddig. Link1. Used data source is the Gridded Population of the World (GPW), v3 online at the the Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC) at Columbia University. Link2. Additional urban land cover: Extracted from Global Land Cover Characteristics Data Base Version 2.0 and Binary MOD12Q1 data on shadedrelief.com. Link3 (PNG,0.5Mb).