Vietnamese-speaking community makes up 1.3% of Australian population

Update: 12:22 | 28/08/2022

According to the Australian census results in 2021, there are 320,758 Vietnamese speakers residing in the largest country in Oceania, accounting for 1.3% of the Australian population, concentrated mainly in the two states of New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria.

Victoria is the locality with the largest number of Vietnamese speakers, with 118,801 people, followed by NSW with 117,907 people, each accounting for about 37% of the total number of Vietnamese speakers in Australia, followed by Queensland with about 10%.

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Vietnamese families in Australia.

If calculated by district, remaining unchanged over the past 10 years, St Albans (Victoria) holds the top spot as the place with the most Vietnamese-speaking people living in Australia.

The number of people has gradually increased over time, from 7,831 people in 2011 to 11,102 people in 2021, accounting for 29.2% of the population of this district.

According to Vietnamese people living in St Albans or Cabramatta, the reason that they choose these areas is because of the familiarity, comfort and feeling of being at home in many socio-cultural aspects, from language and lifestyle to Vietnamese dishes such as pho, bread, and coffee, and especially traditional festivals such as the Lunar New Year (Tet) and the Mid-Autumn Festival.

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Source: VNA

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