Assyrians in Australia

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Assyrian Australian
Total population
21,626 (by ancestry, 2011), or up to 60,000[1][2]
Regions with significant populations
New South Wales Victoria
Languages
Neo-Aramaic, English, Arabic
Religion
Mainly Chaldean Catholic Church
Church of the East

Assyrians in Australia live mainly in the state of New South Wales, with a significant community also in Melbourne. According to the 2012 census, there are 62,584 Assyrians in Australia mostly members of the Church of the East.[3]

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