Icelandic Australians

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Icelandic Australians
íslenskur ástralskur
Total population
980
(Icelandic ancestry; 2011 census)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Sydney and Melbourne
Languages
Australian English, Icelandic
Religion
Lutheran, Roman Catholic
Related ethnic groups
Icelanders, Færoese, Norwegians, Danes, Swedes

Icelandic Australians are Australian citizens of Icelandic ancestry, or a person born in Iceland who resides in Australia. There were 980 residents of Australia who reported Icelandic ancestry in the 2011 census.[1] They form the smallest part of the wider Scandinavian Australian group usually included in the census.

Notable Icelandic Australians[edit]

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