Australians

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For a specific analysis of the population of Australia, see Demography of Australia.wikipedia
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Australian nationality law

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Home to people of many different ethnic origins, religious and national origins, the Australian culture and law does not correspond nationality with race or ethnicity, but with citizenship and loyalty to the country.
Australian nationality law determines who is and who is not an Australian citizen.

Aussie

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Australians, colloquially known as Aussies, are citizens of the Commonwealth of Australia.
Aussie or Ozzie is Australian slang for Australian, both the adjective and the noun, and less commonly, Australia.

Culture of Australia

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Home to people of many different ethnic origins, religious and national origins, the Australian culture and law does not correspond nationality with race or ethnicity, but with citizenship and loyalty to the country.
The culture of Australia is primarily a Western culture, to some extent derived from Britain but also influenced by the unique geography of Australia, the cultural input of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and other Australian people.

Asian Australians

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Immigration from the Middle East, south and east Asia, Pacific Islands, Africa, and Latin America has also been having an impact.
Asian Australians are Australians who trace their ancestry to Asia.

Irish Australians

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In the 2016 Australian census, the most commonly nominated ancestries were English (36.1%), Australian (33.5%), Irish (11.0%), Scottish (9.3%), Chinese (5.6%), Italian (4.6%), German (4.5%), Indian (2.8%), Greek (1.8%), and Dutch (1.6%). The majority of Australians are of British – English, Scottish, Welsh, Cornish, or Manx – and Irish ancestral origin (grouped together as "Anglo-Celtic").
Irish Australians (Gael-Astrálaigh) are an ethnic group of Australian citizens of Irish descent, which include immigrants from and descendants whose ancestry originates from the island of Ireland.

Australia

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Australians, colloquially known as Aussies, are citizens of the Commonwealth of Australia.
New Zealand, Canada and the United Kingdom are the most favourably viewed countries in the world by Australian people, sharing a number of close diplomatic, military and cultural ties with Australia.

Dutch Australians

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In the 2016 Australian census, the most commonly nominated ancestries were English (36.1%), Australian (33.5%), Irish (11.0%), Scottish (9.3%), Chinese (5.6%), Italian (4.6%), German (4.5%), Indian (2.8%), Greek (1.8%), and Dutch (1.6%).
Dutch Australians refers to Australians with full or partial Dutch ancestry.

Anglo-Celtic Australians

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These Australians form a broad ethnic category known as Anglo-Celtic Australians. The majority of Australians are of British – English, Scottish, Welsh, Cornish, or Manx – and Irish ancestral origin (grouped together as "Anglo-Celtic").
Anglo-Celtic Australians are Australians whose ancestors originate wholly or partially in the countries of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.

Manx Australians

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The majority of Australians are of British – English, Scottish, Welsh, Cornish, or Manx – and Irish ancestral origin (grouped together as "Anglo-Celtic").
Manx Australians are Australian citizens of Manx descent or Manx people who reside in Australia.

Chinese Australians

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In the 2016 Australian census, the most commonly nominated ancestries were English (36.1%), Australian (33.5%), Irish (11.0%), Scottish (9.3%), Chinese (5.6%), Italian (4.6%), German (4.5%), Indian (2.8%), Greek (1.8%), and Dutch (1.6%). 2,665,814 persons claimed one of the six most commonly nominated Asian ancestries, namely Chinese, Indian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Korean and Sri Lankan, at the 2016 census.
Chinese Australians are Australian citizens of Chinese ancestry.

Filipino Australians

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2,665,814 persons claimed one of the six most commonly nominated Asian ancestries, namely Chinese, Indian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Korean and Sri Lankan, at the 2016 census.
Filipino Australians (Filipino: Pilipino-Australyano) are Australians of Filipino ancestry.

Vietnamese Australians

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2,665,814 persons claimed one of the six most commonly nominated Asian ancestries, namely Chinese, Indian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Korean and Sri Lankan, at the 2016 census.
Vietnamese Australians (Người Úc gốc Việt) are Australians of Vietnamese ancestry, or people who migrated to Australia from Vietnam.

Indian Australians

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In the 2016 Australian census, the most commonly nominated ancestries were English (36.1%), Australian (33.5%), Irish (11.0%), Scottish (9.3%), Chinese (5.6%), Italian (4.6%), German (4.5%), Indian (2.8%), Greek (1.8%), and Dutch (1.6%). 2,665,814 persons claimed one of the six most commonly nominated Asian ancestries, namely Chinese, Indian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Korean and Sri Lankan, at the 2016 census.
Indian Australians are Australians of Indian descent or heritage.

English Australians

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In the 2016 Australian census, the most commonly nominated ancestries were English (36.1%), Australian (33.5%), Irish (11.0%), Scottish (9.3%), Chinese (5.6%), Italian (4.6%), German (4.5%), Indian (2.8%), Greek (1.8%), and Dutch (1.6%). The majority of Australians are of British – English, Scottish, Welsh, Cornish, or Manx – and Irish ancestral origin (grouped together as "Anglo-Celtic").
English Australians, also known as Australians of English descent or Anglo-Australians, are Australians whose ancestry originates wholly or partly in England.

Greek Australians

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In the 2016 Australian census, the most commonly nominated ancestries were English (36.1%), Australian (33.5%), Irish (11.0%), Scottish (9.3%), Chinese (5.6%), Italian (4.6%), German (4.5%), Indian (2.8%), Greek (1.8%), and Dutch (1.6%).
Greek Australians comprise Australians who have full or partial Greek heritage or people who sought asylum as refugees after the Greek Civil War or emigrated from Greece and reside in Australia.

Hong Kong Australians

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Hong Kong Australians are Australian citizens or permanent residents of Hong Kong descent.

New Zealanders

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As a result of many shared linguistic, historical, cultural and geographic characteristics, Australians have often identified closely with New Zealanders in particular.
New Zealanders also identify closely with Australians, as a result of the two nations' shared historical, cultural and geographic characteristics.

Sri Lankan Australians

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2,665,814 persons claimed one of the six most commonly nominated Asian ancestries, namely Chinese, Indian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Korean and Sri Lankan, at the 2016 census.

White Australia policy

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Abolition of the White Australia Policy in 1957 by the Menzies government, often incorrectly attributed to a later Labor government, led to a significant increase in non-European immigration, mostly from Asia and the Middle East.

Demography of Australia

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Home to people of many different ethnic origins, religious and national origins, the Australian culture and law does not correspond nationality with race or ethnicity, but with citizenship and loyalty to the country.

Citizenship

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Home to people of many different ethnic origins, religious and national origins, the Australian culture and law does not correspond nationality with race or ethnicity, but with citizenship and loyalty to the country.

Multiculturalism

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Australia is a multicultural society and has the world's ninth-largest immigrant population, with immigrants accounting for 29% of the population.

List of sovereign states and dependent territories by immigrant population

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Australia is a multicultural society and has the world's ninth-largest immigrant population, with immigrants accounting for 29% of the population.

Immigration to Australia

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Australia is a multicultural society and has the world's ninth-largest immigrant population, with immigrants accounting for 29% of the population.

List of Australian penal colonies

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Many early settlements were penal colonies, which were home to transported convicts (who often later became ex-convicts) along with free settlers and administrators.