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Jan 13 2017

Settler Arrivals by Birthplace to Australia

Migration to Australia by Country

Settler Arrivals by Birthplace 1998 to 2009

1998 to 1999 10.4% of arrivals were from the UK, and 32.3% were from Asia
1999 to 2000 10.9% of arrivals were from the UK, and 37.0% were from Asia
2000 to 2001 10.7% of arrivals were from the UK, and 47.6% were from Asia
2001 to 2002 10.4% of arrivals were from the UK, and 40.9% were from Asia
2002 to 2003 14.9% of arrivals were from the UK, and 42.4% were from Asia
2003 to 2004 21.7% of arrivals were from the UK, and 50.3% were from Asia
2004 to 2005 21.7% of arrivals were from the UK, and 57.5% were from Asia
2005 to 2006 27.7% of arrivals were from the UK, and 61.9% were from Asia
2006 to 2007 27.6% of arrivals were from the UK, and 68.3% were from Asia
2007 to 2008 27.6% of arrivals were from the UK, and 75.0% were from Asia
2008 to 2009 25.6% of arrivals were from the UK, and 82.7% were from Asia

The above is sourced from this PDF file: Department of Immigration Settler Arrivals 1998-99 to 2008-09

The figure for Asia comprises Central Asia, South Asia, North East Asia and South East Asia.

Asian Migration into Australia by region of Asia.

South East Asia comprises 35.7% of all Asian migrants for the 1998-2009 period.
North East Asia comprises 31.4% of all Asian migrants for the 1998-2009 period.
South Asia comprises 29.8% of all Asian migrants for the 1998-2009 period.
Central Asia comprises 3.1% of all Asian migrants for the 1998-2009 period.

Six Years Migration Figures 2010-2015

Area No of Migrants % of Total
Asia 412,550 48.93%
Oceania (NZ) 173,690 20.6%
UK 69,510 8.24%
North Africa and the Middle East 65,810 7.81%
Sub-Saharan Africa 53,800 6.38%
Europe (ex UK) 44,240 5.25%
Americas 23,500 2.79%

Sourced from ABS 3401.0 – Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia, Oct 2016. Table 12

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