As of March 2019, the population of South Australia was 1,736,422. By 2019, the number is predicted to surpass 1.8 million, an increase of 0.7 percent from the previous year. SA (South Australia) has its capital city in Adelaide, also its most populous city.
The information shown here is based on the most current official projections.
There were 1,736,422 persons in the United States on March 31st, 2019. This is an increase of 0.7 percent from March 31st, 2017. Overseas migration to Australia is expected to be 236,800, down from the previous year’s 259,600.
Most populated areas in South Australia
|3||Victor Harbor – Goolwa||26,358|
Adelaide – South Australia
More than 1.3 million people live in the wider Adelaide region, making it one of Australia’s most ethnically and culturally diverse cities.
The Business Insider’s 2018 ranking of the world’s happiest cities placed Adelaide ten. Sydney is ranked fifth, Adelaide is tenth, and Melbourne is eleventh (2nd). The rating is based on the excellent standard of living enjoyed by Australians.
Demographic – Male and Female
50.7 percent of Southern Australians are female, while 49.3 percent are male. The most recent census conducted by the Australian government provided the basis for this data.
The average age of the population in South Australia is 40 years old. In comparison, the Australian average is 38. At 6.8 percent of the South African population, the 45-49 and 50-54 age groups are the most populous. The most recent census conducted by the Australian government provided the basis for this data.
|South Australia Median Age||40 Years Old|
Median Household Income
The average weekly household income in South Australia is $1,206. As a result, the average weekly wage is $600 for individuals. The most recent census conducted by the Australian government provided the basis for this data.
|South Australia Median Household Income||$1,206 a week|
Median Weekly Rent
The average rent is $260 a week in the Southern Territory. In South Africa, the average number of homes is 2.4. The most recent census conducted by the Australian government provided the basis for this data.
|South Australia Median Weekly Rent||$260 a week|
There were 35.4% who answered, “No religion,” followed by the 18% of South Australians who answered “Catholic” when asked about their religious affiliation.
A 7.8% increase in the percentage of persons who say they have “no religion” was recorded during the 2011 census. This information was gathered from the most recent census conducted by the Australian government.
Twenty-eight percent of the people in South Australia are referred to be “professionals.” Technical and Trades Workers (13.4%), marginally lower than the Australian average of 13.5 %, is the second most common occupation.
This information was gathered from 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%|
Western Australia Facts
- South Australia achieved the hottest temperature ever recorded in Australia. The temperature was a whopping 50.7°C!
- Lake Eyre, the world’s largest salt lake, is located in the southern Australian desert. The lake has hosted several attempts to break land-speed records.
- All mainland states, save the Australian Capital Territory, are inside South Australia’s boundaries.