Ranked list of states and territories of Australia
This is a list of Australian states and territories by ranking using Australian Bureau of Statistics population estimates.
|Rank (in order)||State or territory||Population (September 2011)||Population (June 2017)||Change||% of Australian total|
|1||New South Wales||7,317,500||7,861,100||+7.43%||31.96%|
|7||Australian Capital Territory||366,900||410,300||+11.83%||1.67%|
The total Australian population above includes external territories with negligible populations, not listed.
|Rank||State / Territory||Land area (km²)||Land area (mi²)||% of Australia|
|5||New South Wales||800,628||309,124||10.45%|
|8||Australian Capital Territory||2,280||890||0.03%|
By population density
|Rank||State / Territory||Population||Area (km²)||Density (persons per km2)|
|1||Australian Capital Territory||410,300||3642||179.96|
|3||New South Wales||7,861,100||800,628||9.82|
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- Australian Demographic Statistics, Jun 2017, Australian Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 31 December 2017
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