Assyrians in Australia

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Assyrian Australian
Total population
21,626 (by ancestry, 2011),[1] or up to 60,000[2]
Regions with significant populations
New South Wales Victoria
Languages
Neo-Aramaic, English, (some knowledge of Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Kurdish)
Religion
Mainly Chaldean Catholic Church
Assyrian Church of the East Ancient 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 2011 census, there are 21,626 Assyrians in Australia mostly members of the Church of the East.[3]

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