Top Languages Spoken in Australia
4.9 million people in Australia speak a language other than English at home according to the 2016 Census. This is an increase of 1 million compared to the 2011 Census. The top six languages spoken in Australia are shown below. Search every language spoken in Australia.
IDENTITY WINS 2021 PMCA – Outstanding Campaign of the Year.
A campaign to inform new new migrants about of Tax and Super in Australia wins top awards at PMCA (NSW Premier’s Multicultural Communications Awards). The campaign won the Business Campaign of the Year and impressed the judges so much that they also created a new category, awarding the campaign the Judge’s Choice – Outstanding Campaign of the Year. The Awards were given to ATO, UM and IDENTITY Communications.
The PMCAs is a national award that recognises best practice in multicultural marketing and media.
One in three people in Sydney speak a language other than English at home.
The top 6 languages (other than English) spoken in Sydney account for half of the non-English speaking population.
Seven in 10 residents in the Fairfield local government area speak a language other than English.
The number of Mandarin speakers in Australia increased by 77% between 2011 and 2016.
Top 10 Local Government Areas in NSW ranked by percentage of the population who speak a language other than English at home.
- Fairfield 71% 71%
- Cumberland 66% 66%
- Strathfield 64% 64%
- Burwood 64% 64%
- Canterbury-Bankstown 60% 60%
- Rockdale 56% 56%
- Georges River 54% 54%
- Parramatta 52% 52%
- Liverpool 52% 52%
- Ryde 48% 48%