As of March 2019, the population of Queensland was 5,011,216. The prior year’s percentage rise was 1.7%. Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and the most populous city in the state.
There are 5,011,216 persons in the United States as of March 31, 2018. This is a 1.7% increase from March 31st, 2017. Overseas migration to Australia is expected to be 236,800, down from 259,600 the year before.
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Most populated areas in Queensland
|Rank||Significant Urban Areas||Population|
|2||Gold Coast-Tweed Heads||663,321|
|11||Gladstone – Tannum Sands||44,984|
Queensland – Brisbane
Brisbane has a population of more than 2 million people inside the greater Brisbane region in 2019. Cities and islands near Brisbane, however, amplify these numbers. Brisbane has voted the 22nd best place to live in the world by Business Insider in 2018. Melbourne (second), Sydney (fifth), and Adelaide (sixth) are included in the list (10th). The rating is based on the excellent standard of living enjoyed by Australians.
Demographic – Male and Female
The state of Queensland has a 50.6% female and a 49.4% male population. The most recent census conducted by the Australian government provided the basis for this data.
There is a 37-year-old median age in Queensland. The 30-34-year-old and 45-49-year-old age brackets account for 6.9% of the population of Queensland (322,982 People). The most recent census conducted by the Australian government provided the basis for this data.
|Queensland Median Age||37 Years Old|
Median Household Income
The average weekly household income in Queensland is $1,402. However, the average weekly wage in the United States is $660. The most recent census conducted by the Australian government provided the basis for this data.
|Queensland Median Household Income||$1,402 a week|
Median Weekly Rent
Rent costs the Queensland population an average of $330 per week. In Queensland, the average household size is 2.6 persons. The most recent census conducted by the Australian government provided the basis for this data.
|Queensland Median Weekly Rent||$330 a week|
When asked about their religious affiliation, 29.2 percent of Queenslanders said they had “no religion,” while Catholics accounted for 21.7 percent of the state’s total. There has been an increase of 7.6 percent in the percentage of persons who say they have no religious affiliation since the previous census in 2011. This information was gathered from the most recent census conducted by the Australian government.
A whopping 19.8 percent of Queenslanders, or about a quarter of the state’s total workforce, are classified as “professionals.” At 14.3 percent, “Technicians and Trades Workers” is the second most common occupation in the United States, which is greater than the Australian average of 13.5%.
This information was gathered from one of the most recent census conducted by the Australian government.
Australia States and Territories Population
|States and Territories||Population March 2019||Percentage change over 2017-18|
|New South Wales||7,988,241||1.5%|
|Australian Capital Territory||420,960||2.2%|
|*Total Australian Population||24,899,100||1.6%|
- Queensland is Australia’s second-largest state.
- The average number of sunny days in a year in Queensland is 261 days. “The Sunshine State” is a reference to this.
- There are nearly 200 national parks in Queensland!
- Fraser Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Queensland, Australia, is a popular tourist destination.
- A little hamlet called Winton, located in Queensland, boasts some of the world’s oldest and most detailed dinosaur impressions.
- Queensland is home to Australia’s greatest kangaroo population!