Queensland is also known in the form of QLD as the third-highest populated state of Australia. The capital city of the state is Brisbane.
Brisbane, there is an approximate population of more than 2 million. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People account for 3.6 percent of Queensland’s population.
Queensland is the second-largest state (behind Western Australia), with 1,730,648 km2. Queensland also has the second-longest frontier (behind New South Wales) with a total length of 3339 kilometers.
Based on our research, the Queensland population is projected to be 5.257 million at the close of June 2022.
The end of June is the date we use every year due to Australia Bureau Statistics following Australia’s financial year as they release the figures.
This calculation relies upon the annual growth rate of 1.49 percent over the past ten years before 2011. We believe that using the most recent year’s figures (see this table in the following section) will help make the estimate more precise.
Population Growth of Queensland
In the ten years before the peak of Queensland’s population growth, the rate has been very consistent, ranging from 0.64 percent to 2.85 percent, adding about 30 to 130,000 people every year to the total population.
The primary reason for this increase is the fertility rate and interstate immigration.
International migration is also a significant role in the growth of Queensland’s population. Queensland’s increase is more powerful than the national average of all states.
Demography of Queensland
According to the Australian census, The top six nations of birth for residents of Qld include Australia, New Zealand, England, South Africa, India, and the Philippines.
The top five ancestries of residents of Qld include English, Australian, Irish, Scottish, and German.
Five of the top languages spoken in Qld include Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Italian, and German.
The composition of the religious community in Queensland includes: 23.8% Catholic, 22.1% No Religion, 18.9% Anglican, 9.1
The percentage of religiously affiliated people is not specified, 6.4% Uniting Church, 3.5% Presbyterian and Reformed, 2.8% Christian, 2.0% Baptist, 1.8% Lutheran, 1.5% Buddhism.
Population Density of Queensland
The population density in Queensland of 2.50 people per square km, making it the five most populous States in Australia.
According to international standards, the population density of Queensland is far from being the most populated state globally.
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Occupations and Industries
The most popular occupations for people who reside in Queensland include 18.9 percent professionals, 14.9% Technicians & tradespeople, 14.7% Clerical & administrative employees, 12.0% Managers, 10.6 percent laborers, 10.0% Community & personal service workers, 9.8 sales workers, 7.3% Machinery operators and drivers, 1.8 percentage of occupations that are not adequately defined/not specified.
The primary industries that residents of Queensland are employed in are 11.9 percent Social and health care, 10.7% Retail trade, 9.0% Construction, 8.4 Manufacturing, 7.9% Education and training, 7.0% Accommodation and food services, 6.7% Public administration and security, 6.5% Professional, technical and scientific services, 5.3 Transportation Postal and warehousing, 5.3% Transport.
Facts About Queensland
- Queensland is home to five of Australia’s 11 World Natural Heritage areas. They comprise The Scenic Rim National Parks, Fraser Island, Riversleigh Fossil Fields, The Wet Tropics, and the Great Barrier Reef.
- The majority of Queensland gets the equivalent of 8 and 9 hours of sunshine each day.
- The first Labor government anywhere in the world came into office in Queensland in 1899.
- The introduction of free education in Queensland in 1870.
- XXXX beer is among the most popular Queensland products. It was founded in 1877.
- Queensland has one of Australia’s largest theme parks. There are four along the Gold Coast: Sea World Movie World. Wet’n’Wild Water World and Dreamworld.
- Four Australian Premiers were directly from Queensland: Andrew Fisher, Arthur Fadden, Francis Forde, and Kevin Rudd.
- Queensland is sometimes known as the “Sunshine State,” and its inhabitants are often called “banana benders.”
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