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Orang Australia
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Total population
23,534,699
Kawasan dengan populasi yang signifikan
 Australia 23,534,699
 European Union
(Britania Raya, Yunani, Italia, Jerman, Belanda, Irlandia, Perancis, Portugal, Spanyol, Polandia)
500,000[1]
 United Kingdom 400,000[2]
 United States 200,000[3]
 Greece 100,000 (Yunani Australia)[4][5]
 Hong Kong 90,000 (kebanyakan Orang Tionghoa Australia)[6][7]
 New Zealand 70,000[8]
 Canada 35,000[9]
 Italy 30,000 (20,000 Italia Australia)[9][10]
 Lebanon 20,000–25,000 (Lebanon Australia)[11][12]
 Vietnam 22,000[13]
 Singapore 20,000[14][15]
 Thailand 20,000[16]
 United Arab Emirates 16,000[17]
 China 15,000[18]
 Germany 15,000[9]
 Netherlands 15,000[19]
 Papua New Guinea 15,000[20]
 Turkey 12,000[9]
 Indonesia 12,000[9]
 Japan 11,000[21]
 Ireland 10,000[22]
 South Africa 8,000[9]
 Israel 7,000[9]
 South Korea 7,000[23]
 Taiwan 7,000[24]
 Philippines 6,000[9]
 Saudi Arabia 5,000[25]
 Switzerland 5,000[26]
 Cambodia 3,000–5,000[27]
 Malaysia 4,700[9]
 India 3,000–4,000[28][29]
Bahasa
Inggris · Bahasa minoritas lainnya: Mandarin · Yunani · Italia · Arabic · Cantonese · [30]
Agama
Kristen: Protestan, Katolik Roma; Tidak beragama atau agnostik; Agama lainnya (Kristen Ortodoks atau Buddhisme)[31]

Orang Australia (lokal /əˈstrljənz/) didefinisikan sebagai orang yang berasal dari atau tinggal di Australia.[32][33]

Sejarah Orang Australia[sunting | sunting sumber]

Jaman modern[sunting | sunting sumber]

Sensus 2011[sunting | sunting sumber]

Sejarah populasi[sunting | sunting sumber]

Budaya[sunting | sunting sumber]

Agama[sunting | sunting sumber]

Agama di Australia
agama persen
Katolik Roma
  
25.3%
Tidak beragama
  
22.3%
Protestan
  
21.2%
Anglikan
  
17.1%
Tidak menjawab
  
9.4%
Ortodoks Timur
  
2.6%
Islam
  
2.2%
Buddhisme
  
2.1%
Hinduisme
  
1.3%
Yudaisme
  
0.4%
Lain-Lain
  
1.2%

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  16. ^ "Speech to the Australian-Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok – The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs". Foreignminister.gov.au. 3 July 2008. 
  17. ^ "Ambassador\'s Welcome – Australian Embassy". Uae.embassy.gov.au. 
  18. ^ "13102011speech – Australian Embassy, China". China.embassy.gov.au. 13 October 2011. 
  19. ^ "The Netherlands country brief – Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade". Dfat.gov.au. 
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  21. ^ "Third explosion hits Fukushima". Today.ninemsn.com.au. 15 March 2011. 
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  24. ^ "ROC, Aussie ties ‘dynamic,’ says rep". China Post. 
  25. ^ http://www.southern-cross-group.org/archives/Australian%20Diaspora/SCG_Media_Release_7_Sep_2006_Spain.pdf
  26. ^ "Consular Services for Foreign Residents of Switzerland – AngloINFO Geneva, in the Geneva region (Switzerland)". Geneva.angloinfo.com. 
  27. ^ "Party tomorrow at Navy Sports Grounds". Phnompenhpost.com. 
  28. ^ "Resources: My Mother India | Australia: Intersections of identity". Identities.asiaeducation.edu.au. 
  29. ^ Sruthijith KK, ET Bureau 14 Jan 2010, 04.17 am IST. "Australians in India edgy over backlash". The Economic Times. 
  30. ^ "2011 Census QuickStats". Censusdata.abs.gov.au. 
  31. ^ Tim Colebatch. "Census reveals city's changes". The Age. 
  32. ^ "Australian National Dictionary". Australian National Dictionary. 
  33. ^ See: Australian nationality law