Australia - Population in largest city

Population in largest city

The value for Population in largest city in Australia was 4,462,676 as of 2011. As the graph below shows, over the past 51 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 4,462,676 in 2011 and a minimum value of 2,134,673 in 1960.

Definition: Population in largest city is the urban population living in the country's largest metropolitan area.

Source: United Nations, World Urbanization Prospects.

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Year Value
1960 2,134,673
1961 2,183,523
1962 2,233,459
1963 2,284,537
1964 2,336,856
1965 2,390,224
1966 2,444,880
1967 2,498,542
1968 2,553,457
1969 2,609,424
1970 2,666,696
1971 2,725,218
1972 2,782,238
1973 2,840,288
1974 2,899,632
1975 2,960,217
1976 3,022,117
1977 3,071,897
1978 3,122,567
1979 3,174,073
1980 3,226,501
1981 3,279,602
1982 3,317,154
1983 3,355,135
1984 3,393,604
1985 3,432,407
1986 3,471,707
1987 3,511,057
1988 3,550,908
1989 3,591,100
1990 3,631,804
1991 3,672,966
1992 3,713,755
1993 3,754,882
1994 3,796,522
1995 3,838,625
1996 3,881,267
1997 3,929,430
1998 3,978,257
1999 4,027,692
2000 4,077,810
2001 4,128,361
2002 4,160,814
2003 4,193,522
2004 4,226,533
2005 4,259,711
2006 4,293,197
2007 4,326,994
2008 4,360,989
2009 4,395,036
2010 4,428,978
2011 4,462,676

Classification

Topic: Environment Indicators

Sub-Topic: Density & urbanization