List of cities in Australia by population

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List of cities in Australia by population is located in Australia
1. Sydney (5.260m)
1. Sydney (5.260m)
2. Melbourne (4.976m)
2. Melbourne (4.976m)
3. Brisbane (2.569m)
3. Brisbane (2.569m)
4. Perth (2.192m)
4. Perth (2.192m)
5. Adelaide (1.402m)
5. Adelaide (1.402m)
6. Gold Coast (707k)
6. Gold Coast (707k)
7. Newcastle (510k)
7. Newcastle (510k)
8. Canberra (454k)
8. Canberra (454k)
12. Geelong (289k)
12. Geelong (289k)
13. Hobart (251k)
13. Hobart (251k)
14. Townsville (182k)
14. Townsville (182k)
15. Cairns (156k)
15. Cairns (156k)
16. Darwin (149k)
16. Darwin (149k)
Australian cities (GCCSAs, bolded; SUAs) by population (rounded to the nearest thousand). Not shown on the map:

9. Sunshine Coast (356k)
10. Central Coast (340k)
11. Wollongong (306k)
17. Toowoomba (144k)
18. Ballarat (112k)
19. Bendigo (103k)
20. Albury–Wodonga (98k)

These lists of Australian cities by population provide rankings of Australian cities and towns according to various systems defined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

The eight Greater Capital City Statistical Areas are listed for the state and territory capital cities. All Significant Urban Areas (SUA), representing urban agglomerations of over 10,000 population, are listed next. The fifty largest Urban Centres (built-up area) are then ranked and, lastly, the fifty largest Local Government Areas (the units of local government below the states and territories) are also ranked.

Greater capital city statistical areas by population[edit]

Each capital city forms its own Greater Capital City Statistical Area (GCCSA), which according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) represents a broad functional definition of each of the eight state and territory capital cities.[1] In Australia, the population of the GCCSA is the most-often quoted figure for the population of capital cities. These units correspond broadly to the international concept of metropolitan areas.

Rank Greater Capital City Statistical Area 30 June 2021 estimated resident population[citation needed] 2011–21 change (no.)[citation needed] 2011–21 change (%)[citation needed] Included SUAs
1 Greater Sydney 5,259,764 +650,815 +14.1 Sydney
Central Coast
2 Greater Melbourne 4,976,157 +806,791 +19.4 Melbourne
Bacchus Marsh
GisborneMacedon
Melton
3 Greater Brisbane 2,568,927 +421,491 +19.6 Brisbane
4 Greater Perth 2,192,229 +358,662 +19.6 Perth
Yanchep
5 Greater Adelaide 1,402,393 +138,302 +10.9 Adelaide
6 Australian Capital Territory[a] (Canberra) 453,558 +85,573 +23.3 CanberraQueanbeyan
(ACT part only)
7 Greater Hobart 251,047 +34,774 +16.1 Hobart
8 Greater Darwin 148,801 +19,695 +15.3 Darwin
Notes
  1. ^ The GCCSA for Canberra covers the entire ACT, and is formally titled as such.

Significant urban areas by population[edit]

The following table ranks the SUAs, including those of the capital cities (which are smaller than their respective GCCSAs, except for Canberra's, which includes adjacent Queanbeyan, in New South Wales). Capitals are in bold. Significant Urban Areas are defined to represent significant towns and cities, or agglomerations of smaller towns, that have at least 10,000 total population. Significant Urban Areas may contain more than one distinct Urban Centre.

70% of the Australian population live in the top eight most populous cities (images below).

Rank Significant
Urban Area
State/territory Population Growth from 2011 to 2021
Estimated resident population,
June 2021[2]
ERP, June 2011[2]
1 Sydney New South Wales 4,856,693 4,240,340 +14.54%
2 Melbourne Victoria 4,778,716 4,025,375 +18.71%
3 Brisbane Queensland 2,484,947 2,076,608 +19.66%
4 Perth Western Australia 2,150,403 1,804,239 +19.19%
5 Adelaide South Australia 1,383,209 1,245,896 +11.02%
6 Gold CoastTweed Heads Queensland
New South Wales
706,673 581,036 +21.62%
7 NewcastleMaitland New South Wales 509,894 453,265 +12.49%
8 CanberraQueanbeyan Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
482,250 405,014 +19.07%
9 Sunshine Coast Queensland 355,631 281,005 +26.56%
10 Central Coast New South Wales 340,203 314,941 +8.02%
11 Wollongong New South Wales 305,880 281,700 +8.58%
12 Geelong Victoria 289,400 227,957 +26.95%
13 Hobart Tasmania 230,353 198,534 +16.03%
14 Townsville Queensland 181,665 167,561 +8.42%
15 Cairns Queensland 155,638 139,212 +11.80%
16 Toowoomba Queensland 143,994 126,426 +13.90%
17 Darwin Northern Territory 135,305 116,995 +15.65%
18 Ballarat Victoria 111,702 93,470 +19.51%
19 Bendigo Victoria 102,899 87,340 +17.81%
20 Albury–Wodonga New South Wales
Victoria
97,676 84,195 +16.01%
21 Launceston Tasmania 93,332 86,051 +8.46%
22 Mackay Queensland 85,435 79,683 +7.22%
23 Rockhampton Queensland 80,240 78,598 +2.09%
24 Bunbury Western Australia 79,252 67,860 +16.79%
25 Melton Victoria 78,792 48,792 +61.49%
26 Bundaberg Queensland 74,433 69,095 +7.73%
27 Coffs Harbour New South Wales 74,177 66,689 +11.23%
28 Hervey Bay Queensland 58,235 49,835 +16.86%
29 Wagga Wagga New South Wales 57,233 54,137 +5.72%
30 SheppartonMooroopna Victoria 53,983 47,571 +13.48%
31 MilduraWentworth Victoria
New South Wales
53,677 48,505 +10.66%
32 Port Macquarie New South Wales 50,104 43,275 +15.78%
33 GladstoneTannum Sands Queensland 45,779 43,166 +6.05%
34 Tamworth New South Wales 44,357 40,085 +10.66%
35 WarragulDrouin Victoria 42,870 30,287 +41.55%
36 Orange New South Wales 42,151 37,785 +11.55%
37 Busselton Western Australia 41,906 31,475 +33.14%
38 BowralMittagong New South Wales 41,419 36,266 +14.21%
39 Dubbo New South Wales 41,014 35,281 +16.25%
40 TraralgonMorwell Victoria 40,609 43,128 −5.84%
41 NowraBomaderry New South Wales 38,939 34,604 +12.53%
42 Bathurst New South Wales 37,490 33,754 +11.07%
43 Geraldton Western Australia 36,884 40,279 −8.43%
44 Albany Western Australia 36,300 31,791 +14.18%
45 Warrnambool Victoria 35,754 33,020 +8.28%
46 Mount Gambier South Australia 33,233 28,279 +17.52%
47 Devonport Tasmania 32,611 30,425 +7.18%
48 KalgoorlieBoulder Western Australia 30,425 31,933 −4.72%
49 Victor HarborGoolwa South Australia 28,850 24,422 +18.13%
50 Lismore New South Wales 28,844 29,294 −1.54%
51 Alice Springs Northern Territory 28,601 28,489 +0.39%
52 BurnieWynyard Tasmania 28,537 28,019 +1.85%
53 Nelson Bay New South Wales 28,316 26,116 +8.42%
54 Maryborough Queensland 27,826 26,893 +3.47%
55 Ballina New South Wales 27,782 24,469 +13.54%
56 MorissetCooranbong New South Wales 27,771 22,644 +22.64%
57 Taree New South Wales 26,674 26,307 +1.40%
58 Bacchus Marsh Victoria 25,045 17,488 +43.21%
59 Goulburn New South Wales 24,683 22,202 +11.17%
60 Armidale New South Wales 24,171 23,471 +2.98%
61 Gympie Queensland 22,695 19,971 +13.64%
62 EchucaMoama Victoria
New South Wales
22,478 19,659 +14.34%
63 GisborneMacedon Victoria 22,366 18,570 +20.44%
64 Whyalla South Australia 21,868 22,471 −2.68%
65 ForsterTuncurry New South Wales 20,999 20,273 +3.58%
66 Griffith New South Wales 20,670 18,683 +10.64%
67 Yeppoon Queensland 20,575 16,815 +22.36%
68 St Georges BasinSanctuary Point New South Wales 20,081 16,967 +18.35%
69 Grafton New South Wales 19,331 19,051 +1.47%
70 Murray Bridge South Australia 18,864 17,071 +10.50%
71 Mount Isa Queensland 18,755 21,417 −12.43%
72 Camden Haven New South Wales 18,409 16,267 +13.17%
73 Wangaratta Victoria 17,980 19,877 −9.54%
74 Karratha Western Australia 17,892 17,007 +5.20%
75 Broken Hill New South Wales 17,661 19,151 −7.78%
76 Batemans Bay New South Wales 17,492 16,352 +6.97%
77 MoeNewborough Victoria 17,263 16,955 +1.82%
78 Singleton New South Wales 17,135 16,730 +2.42%
79 Ulladulla New South Wales 16,951 14,758 +14.86%
80 Horsham Victoria 16,944 16,099 +5.25%
81 Port Lincoln South Australia 16,844 15,621 +7.83%
82 Port Hedland Western Australia 16,247 14,372 +13.05%
83 Kempsey New South Wales 15,809 14,796 +6.85%
84 Warwick Queensland 15,759 14,950 +5.41%
85 Broome Western Australia 15,664 13,314 +17.65%
86 Bairnsdale Victoria 15,648 13,458 +16.27%
87 Ulverstone Tasmania 15,430 14,739 +4.69%
88 Yanchep Western Australia 15,348 6,866 +123.54%
89 Sale Victoria 15,259 14,441 +5.66%
90 Emerald Queensland 14,356 13,632 +5.31%
91 Port Pirie South Australia 14,297 14,281 +0.11%
92 Port Augusta South Australia 14,125 14,084 +0.29%
93 Gunnedah New South Wales 13,085 12,066 +8.45%
94 Colac Victoria 12,696 11,981 +5.97%
95 Mudgee New South Wales 12,577 10,832 +16.11%
96 Esperance Western Australia 12,459 11,777 +5.79%
97 Lithgow New South Wales 12,411 12,686 −2.17%
98 Muswellbrook New South Wales 12,379 12,222 +1.28%
99 Portland Victoria 11,182 10,894 +2.64%
100 Swan Hill Victoria 11,169 10,610 +5.27%
101 Parkes New South Wales 10,985 11,318 −2.94%
102 Kingaroy Queensland 10,660 10,074 +5.82%

50 largest urban centres by population[edit]

Urban centres are defined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics as being a population cluster of 1,000 or more people. For statistical purposes, people living in urban centres are classified as urban. The figures below represent the populations of the contiguous built-up areas of each city; with state and territory capitals in bold. These figures are only updated every census, as the ABS does not render population projections for Urban Centres, and as such can only be as up-to-date as the most recent census year.

Rank
(2016)
Urban Centre Estimated resident population SUA
(if part of a larger SUA)
Ranking in state or territory, 2016
2016 census [3][4] 2011 census 2006 census ACT NSW NT Qld SA Tas WA Vic
1 Sydney 4,321,535 3,908,642 [5] 3,641,422 [6] 1
2 Melbourne 4,196,198 3,707,530 [7] 3,371,888 [8] 1
3 Brisbane 2,054,614 1,874,427 [9] 1,676,389 [10] 1
4 Perth 1,874,578 1,627,576 [11] 1,256,035 [12] 1
5 Adelaide 1,165,632 1,103,979 [13] 1,040,719 [14] 1
6 Gold CoastTweed Heads (Gold Coast part) 540,559 478,107 [15] Gold Coast–Tweed Heads 2
7 CanberraQueanbeyan (Canberra part) 395,790 355,596 [16] Canberra–Queanbeyan 1
8 Newcastle 322,278 308,308 [17] 288,732 [18] Newcastle–Maitland 2
9 Central Coast 307,742 297,713 [19] 282,726 [20] 3
10 Wollongong 261,896 245,942 [21] 234,482 [22] 4
11 Sunshine Coast 243,377 209,263 [23] 184,662 [24] 3
12 Hobart 178,009 170,975 [25] 128,557 [26] 1
13 Townsville 168,729 157,748 [27] 128,808 [28] 4
14 Geelong 157,104 143,291 [29] 137,220 [30] 2
15 Cairns 144,730 133,893 [31] 98,349 [32] 5
16 Darwin 118,456 103,016 [33] 89,905 [34][35] 1
17 Toowoomba 100,032 96,597 [36] 95,265 [37] 6
18 Ballarat 93,759 85,935 [38] 78,221 [39] 3
19 Bendigo 92,379 82,794 [40] 76,051 [41] 4
20 Maitland 78,015 67,132 [42] 61,431 [43] Newcastle–Maitland 5
21 Mackay 75,710 74,219 [44] 66,874 [45] 7
22 Launceston 75,329 74,085 [46] 71,395 [47] 2
23 Bunbury 71,090 64,385 [48] 54,482 [49] 2
24 Rockhampton 61,214 61,724 [50] 60,827 [51] 8
25 Gold CoastTweed Heads (Tweed Heads part) 59,776 55,553 [52] Gold Coast–Tweed Heads 6
26 Melton 54,456 45,624 [53] 35,490 [54] 5
27 Hervey Bay 52,073 48,680 [55] 41,225 [56] 9
28 Bundaberg 50,148 49,750 [57] 46,961 [58] 10
29 Wagga Wagga 48,263 46,913 [59] 46,735 [60] 7
30 Coffs Harbour 48,225 45,580 [61] 26,353 [62] 8
31 Albury–Wodonga (Albury part) 47,974 45,627 [63] Albury–Wodonga 9
32 SheppartonMooroopna 46,199 42,741 [64] 38,773 [65] 6
33 Port Macquarie 44,814 41,491 [66] 39,219 [67] 10
34 Orange 37,182 34,992 [68] 31,544 [69] 11
35 CanberraQueanbeyan (Queanbeyan part) 36,248 35,878 [70] Canberra–Queanbeyan 12
36 Albury–Wodonga (Wodonga part) 35,130 31,605 [71] Albury–Wodonga 7
37 Sunbury 34,425 33,062 [72] 29,566 [73] Melbourne 8
38 Dubbo 34,339 32,327 [74] 30,574 [75] 13
39 Tamworth 33,885 36,131 [76] 33,475 [77] 14
40 Bathurst 33,587 31,294 [78] 28,992 [79] 15
41 MilduraBuronga (Mildura part) 33,444 31,361 [80] Mildura–Wentworth 9
42 Gladstone 33,418 32,073 [81] 28,808 [82] Gladstone–Tannum Sands 11
43 Geraldton 31,982 31,349 [83] 27,420 [84] 3
44 NowraBomaderry 30,853 27,988 [85] 27,478 [86] 16
45 Warrnambool 30,709 29,284 [87] 10
46 KalgoorlieBoulder 29,875 30,840 [88] 28,242 [89] 4
47 Albany 29,373 26,643 [90] 25,196 [91] 5
48 Blue Mountains 29,319 28,769 [92] Sydney 17
49 Lismore 27,569 27,474 [93] 27,069 [94] 18
50 Gawler 26,472 23,957 [95] 20,006 [96] Adelaide 2

List of local government areas by population[edit]

Local government areas (LGAs) are the main units of local government in Australia. They may be termed cities, councils, regions, shires, towns, or other names, and all function similarly. Local government areas cover around 90 per cent of the nation. Significant sections of South Australia and New South Wales are unincorporated, that is, have no defined local government, along with the ACT and smaller sections of Northern Territory and Victoria. Brisbane is the only state capital city with its respective LGA (City of Brisbane) covering a significant portion of its urban area. Other capital cities have its central LGAs covering a much smaller proportion of their total urban areas.

The populations of the central local government areas in other capitals are relatively small. As of June 2020, Darwin had a population of 82,030, Hobart 55,250, Perth 30,971, and Adelaide 26,177.[97] Most Australian capital cities have suburban local government areas significantly larger in population than the central local government area.

Rank
(2021)
Local government area Estimated resident population[97] Ranking in state, 2021
2021 2019 Qld NSW WA Vic SA
Steady 1 City of Brisbane 1,272,461 1,253,647 1
Steady 2 City of Gold Coast 643,461 620,437 2
Steady 3 Moreton Bay Region 486,645 469,442 3
Steady 4 City of Blacktown 387,104 374,372 1
Steady 5 City of Canterbury-Bankstown 378,425 377,836 2
Steady 6 City of Casey 368,861 353,962 1
Increase 7 City of Logan 348,020 334,353 4
Decrease 8 Central Coast Council 347,158 343,922 3
Steady 9 Sunshine Coast Region 343,590 328,390 5
Steady 10 City of Wyndham 289,571 270,607 2
Steady 11 Northern Beaches Council 272,184 273,409 4
Steady 12 City of Greater Geelong 269,508 258,938 3
Steady 13 City of Parramatta 258,799 257,094 5
Increase 14 City of Hume 243,738 233,545 4
Decrease 15 City of Sydney 242,237 245,942 6
Decrease 16 Cumberland Council 239,834 241,453 7
Steady 17 City of Whittlesea 237,932 220,297 5
Increase 18 City of Ipswich 236,708 222,311 6
Steady 19 City of Liverpool 234,917 227,545 8
Decrease 20 Sutherland Shire 234,275 230,579 9
Steady 21 City of Stirling 223,260 221,238 1
Steady 22 City of Wollongong 220,659 218,076 10
Steady 23 City of Penrith 219,173 212,944 11
Steady 24 City of Wanneroo 215,878 208,360 2
Increase 25 City of Lake Macquarie 210,031 205,875 12
Decrease 26 City of Fairfield 207,922 211,654 13
Decrease 27 City of Brimbank 201,680 209,568 6
Increase 28 Inner West Council 199,759 200,720 14
Increase 29 City of Townsville 197,992 195,022 7
Decrease 30 City of Monash 197,980 202,896 7
Increase 31 The Hills Shire 188,557 177,927 15
Decrease 32 City of Merri-bek 184,707 185,811 8
Increase 33 Bayside Council 182,369 178,351 16
Increase 34 City of Melton 179,107 164,936 9
Decrease 35 City of Boroondara 176,632 183,197 10
Steady 36 City of Whitehorse 175,970 178,779 11
Steady 37 City of Onkaparinga 175,711 172,945 1
Steady 38 City of Campbelltown 175,687 170,912 17
Increase 39 Toowoomba Region 171,135 168,992 8
Decrease 40 City of Melbourne 169,860 178,994 12
Increase 41 City of Newcastle 168,880 165,541 18
Decrease 42 Shire of Mornington Peninsula 168,865 167,619 13
Decrease 43 Cairns Region 168,853 166,849 9
Increase 44 City of Kingston 164,680 165,804 14
Decrease 45 City of Greater Dandenong 163,266 168,261 15
Increase 46 City of Knox 162,769 164,553 16
Decrease 47 City of Darebin 162,501 164,224 17
Increase 48 Redland City 161,463 158,801 10
Decrease 49 City of Joondalup 160,579 159,898 3
Steady 50 Georges River Council 159,266 159,431 19

Definitions[edit]

Sydney statistical areas

Illustrated are the various statistical areas defined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics for Sydney and its surrounds. The extent of the Greater Sydney greater capital city statistical area is designated by thick grey line and black text. The greater capital city statistical areas are the eight unique statistical divisions delineating the broadest possible concept of each state or territory capital city, constructed from one or more whole labour market areas (designated SA4 in the Australian Statistical Geography Standard). The rest of NSW area includes the entire remainder of the state, as each state or territory has only one GCCSA.

The significant urban areas are designated by solid orange lines with stippled fill and red text. Significant urban areas are statistical divisions designed to represent significant towns and cities or associated collections of smaller towns, with total populations of 10,000 people or more. They consist of single, or clusters of, urban centres/localities (see below), and are constructed from one or more SA2 units, which are collations of suburbs and localities designed for consistent statistical output between censuses.

The Urban Centres/Localities are designated by dashed red lines with pink fill. Urban centres/localities are statistical divisions delineating the contiguous built up, or urban areas of cities, towns and most small settlements. They are constructed from the smallest statistical output areas (SA1).

Also represented are 31 outlined coloured areas. These are the 31 local government areas that are commonly understood as comprising Sydney, albeit unofficially.

See also[edit]

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