Indians in Australia

Indian Australians are Australians of Indian descent or heritage. Currently, Indians in Australia were the largest overseas migrant cohort in the past decade and have supplanted China as the second-biggest diaspora living Down Under. As a result, Indians currently account for 2.8 percent of the population, compared with China's 2.3 percent, while Britons lead with 3.8 percent. From 2011 to 2021, Indian-born migrants rose by 373,000, followed by 208,000 from China and 118,000 from the Philippines, Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows.

Australia has also been attracting several Indian students over the last many years. In fact, India is Australia’s second largest source of international students. As of December 2021, there were 129,864 Indian student enrolments with Australian institutions. Being an educational hub, Australia has been attracting several Indian youth over the last many years.

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