How many Thai live in Australia?

How many Thais are there in Sydney?

It’s estimated there are as many as 100,000 people of Thai descent living in Sydney, making it by far the largest concentration in Australia.

How many Thai people live in South Australia?

Estimated Thailand-Born Resident Population, by State, 1996–2016

Region 1996 2016
New South Wales 7,890 28,740
Victoria 4,600 17,210
Queensland 2,360 10,780
South Australia 1,150 2,990

How many Thais are there in Melbourne?

In 2011 the Thailand-born community in Victoria reached 10,766 people, with significant numbers living in the local government areas of Melbourne, Greater Dandenong and Boroondara.

How many Thai people live in Perth?

Thai Community in WA

There are between 5 -10,000 Thai people currently living in Western Australia.

How many Thai people are in New Zealand?

We have around 10,000 Thai people resident in New Zealand with over half living in the Auckland region.

How many Chinese live in Australia?

There are 1.2 million people who have Chinese ancestry in Australia – about 5% of the population.

How many Malaysians are there in Australia?

The latest Census in 2016 recorded 138,364 Malaysia-born people in Australia, an increase of 19.1 per cent from the 2011 Census.

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Are there a lot of Thai in Australia?

The 2016 distribution by State and Territory showed New South Wales had the largest number with 26,719 followed by Victoria (15,979), Queensland (9,978) and Western Australia (7,806). The latest Census in 2016 recorded 66,229 Thailand-born people in Australia, an increase of 45.7 per cent from the 2011 Census.

Why did people move to Thailand?

Because of its relatively prosperous and stable economy, Thailand has attracted millions of migrants from neighbouring countries looking for a better standard of living. Sectors such as fishing, agriculture, hospitality, domestic work and manufacturing are heavily reliant on migrant workers for manpower.