Population Of New South Wales In 2016

The state of New South Wales is situated on the east coast of the country. The capital of New South Wales is Sydney and is the country’s most populated city. It was founded in the year 1788. It consist a larger area of the country’s mainland and incorporates Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island. Around the 19th century, many big areas were separated to form British colonies of Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia, New Zealand, Queensland. The inhabitants were Aboriginal tribes that arrived in the country many years ago.

Population Of New South Wales In 2016

POPULATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES IN 2016:

To calculate the population of New South Wales in the year 2016, we need to first find the population of the state during the previous years. We should know the current trend of population of the last five years and by calculating the population, we can come to know what could be the estimated population of New South Wales. Let us look at the population of the last five years. They are as follows.

7.21 Million – 2011

7.29 Million – 2012

7.41 Million – 2013

7.5 Million – 2014

To know the 2015 estimates, we need to take out an average of the year 2011-2014. Therefore, after taking out the average, we get the estimated population of New South Wales in 2015 as 7.57 Million.

Now, we know the population of New South Wales of the last five years. The population of the year 2016 will be calculated on the basis of calculating the population of the past years of New South Wales. After making all the calculations from the data shown above, the population of New South Wales in the year 2016 is 7.64 Million.

After much of calculation from the data given, the population increased from 7.21 Million in 2011 to 7.64 Million in 2016. As estimated.

DEMOGRAPHY OF NEW SOUTH WALES:

The projected population of the state by the 2014 census was 7.5 Million. The state’s population went up by 1.4% over the preceding year. The ancestries of the state are as follows.

Australians comprised of 25%, English were about 24.2%, Irish of 7.2%, Scottish around 6% and a mere 4.3% of Chinese population. Additionally, 63% of the state’s population lives in Sydney.

The state is well known for people living here from around the globe. A large number of Asian population lives here, Indians comprises a good number of them. The different restaurants serving various cuisines from around the globe is a sign that New South Wales has many different ethnic people living here.

POPULATION DENSITY AND GROWTH OF NEW SOUTH WALES:

The population density of New South Wales is 9.3 people per square kilometre. The population of the state grew recently at 1.4 percent and all thanks to the migrants coming from other countries as well as interstate migration. The population has jumper from 7.21 million to 7.5 million from 2011-14. It has had a steady rate of growth and this trend would continue in the coming years. It is estimated that the state would cross around 7.7 million by the year 2016-17.

FACTS ABOUT NEW SOUTH WALES:

  1. It is situated in the south-east side of the continent and also the most populated and industrialized state in the country.
  2. The total area of New South Wales is 10.4% of the country’s total area and incorporates Lord Howe.
  3. Australians celebrate 26th January as the day when founding of the modern Australian nation took place.
  4. Indigenous Australians don’t celebrate 26th January as a day of celebration. They rather mourn and protest. They believe that the found of the modern Australian nation paved way for the disruption of their traditional way of life.

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