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Austria
  • Population
    8,754,413
    [2017 est.]
  • Language
    German [official] (88.6%)
    Turkish (2.3%)
    Serbian (2.2%)
    Croatian [official in Burgenland] (1.6%)
    Other (5.3%)
    Note: 'Other' includes Slovene (official in South Carinthia), and Hungarian (official in Burgenland)
    [2001 est.]
  • Religion
    Catholic Christianity (73.8%)
    Protestant Christianity (4.9%)
    Muslim (4.2%)
    Orthodox Christianity (2.2%)
    Other (0.8%)
    No Religion (12.0%)
    Unspecified (2.0%)
    [2001 est.]
  • Ethnicity
    Austrian (91.1%)
    Former Yugoslavs [Croatians, Slovenes, Serbs, and Bosniaks] (4.0%)
    Turk (1.6%)
    German (0.9%)
    Other/Unspecified (2.4%)
    [2001 est.]
  • Cultural Dimensions
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  • Australians with Austrian Ancestry
    44,411 [Census, 2016]
Austrians in Australia
  • Population
    15,384
    [Census, 2016]
    This figure refers to the number of Australian residents that were born in Austria.
  • Median Age
    68
    [Census, 2016]
  • Gender
    Male (51.7%)
    Female (48.3%)
    [Census, 2016]
  • Religion
    Catholic Christianity (52.4%)
    No Religion (24.1%)
    Lutheran Christianity (2.9%)
    Anglican Christianity (2.4%)
    Other Religion (12.5%)
    Not Stated (5.4%)
    [Census, 2016]
  • Ancestry
    Austrian (57.7%)
    German (14.7%)
    Hungarian (3.6%)
    Polish (2.4%)
    Other Ancestry (21.5%)
    [Census, 2016]
  • Language Spoken at Home
    English (57.1%)
    German (35.1%)
    Hungarian (0.8%)
    Croatian (0.7%)
    Other Languages (4.9%)
    Of those who speak a language other than English at home, 96.7% speak English fluently.
    [Census, 2016]
  • Diaspora
    New South Wales (33.6%)
    Victoria (26.5%)
    Queensland (17.4%)
    South Australia (8.8%)
    Other (13.7%)
    [Census, 2016]
  • Arrival to Australia
    Prior to 2007 (89.8%)
    2007 - 2011 (3.2%)
    2011 - 2016 (3.3%)
    [Census, 2016]
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