What percentage of the Australian population is Vietnamese?

How many Vietnamese are in Australia?

At the 2016 census, 294,798 people declared that they have Vietnamese ancestry.

Which suburb has the most Vietnamese?

Vietnamese migrants largely occupy Melbourne’s west: Footscray, Maidstone, Maribyrnong, Braybrook, Sunshine North, Sunshine West, St Albans, Albanvale and Deer Park. However, there is also a pocket of Vietnamese migrants in the city’s south-east, in the suburbs of Springvale and Keysborough.

How many Vietnamese are there in Adelaide?

The 2016 census recorded 14,338 Vietnamese-born South Australians, while 20,292 people said that they were of Vietnamese descent.

How many Vietnamese are there in Melbourne?

Melbourne has the 10th largest immigrant population among world metropolitan areas. In Greater Melbourne at the 2016 census, 63.3% of residents were born in Australia.

Ancestry and immigration.

Birthplace Population
Mainland China 155,998
England 133,300
Vietnam 79,054
New Zealand 78,906

Where did Vietnamese immigrants settle in Australia?

When the Nguyens came to Australia, they went to Melbourne. Today the Melbourne suburbs of Springvale, Footscray and Richmond are centres of Vietnamese business and culture.

What percentage of the Australian population is Vietnamese?

This makes the Vietnamese-born population the sixth largest migrant community in Australia, equivalent to 3.5 per cent of Australia’s overseas-born population and 1.0 per cent of Australia’s total population.

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