Bosnian Austrians (locally and colloquially known as Esterajheri) are citizens of Austria whose ancestry can be traced to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The vast majority of Bosnians emigrated to Austria during and after the Bosnian War of the 1990s, though a large number emigrated as early as the 19th century.
A historic moment for the Bosnians of Austria took place on 29 June 2013 in the city of Wels. The Trg Bošnjaka (Bosniak Square) was opened in front of the Bosnian Austrian Cultural Center as a token of appreciation and the good cooperation between Bosnian Austrians and the city administration.
According to the population census for 2014 conducted by "Statistik Austria" (Austrian federal agency for statistics), the total number of people with Bosnian migrational background in Austria was 155,050 and they comprised 1.9% of the total population.