Aboriginal Population Change in Australia 2011 to 2016

Population Change in Australian Indigenous People between 2011 to 2016

The Australian Indigenous population is growing – rapidly.

There has been a 17.4% increase in the Australian Indigenous population from 2011 to 2016. Some States had a higher increase, up to 25.8% higher, while others had a lower increase at only an extra 2.6% more.

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Population Change in Australian Indigenous People between 2011 to 2016.

The Australian Indigenous population is growing – rapidly.


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There has been a 17.4% increase in the Australian Indigenous population from 2011 to 2016. Some States had a higher increase, up to 25.78% higher, while others had a lower increase at only an extra 2.59% more.

The Indigenous population change for each Australian State and Territory from 2011 to 2016.

  • 25.78% VIC
  • 25.54% ACT
  • 25.23% NSW
  • 20.11% TAS
  • 19.67% QLD
  • 12.33% SA
  • 9.06% WA
  • 2.59% NT

Australian Indigenous Population Change in Victoria.

During the 5 years between 2011 and 2016, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples population of Victoria has increased by 25% to 47,748. This State had the largest increase of all the States in Australia.
In 1850, the Aboriginal population of Victoria was about 10,000 individuals, it is now almost 50,000.

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics ABS


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