Language - Languages of the Philippines
Language at a glance: Languages of the Philippines
- In 2011 there were 59,592 people in New South Wales who spoke Languages of the Philippines.
- There was a 22.9% increase in the number of people who spoke Languages of the Philippines since 2006 (from 48,469).
- 21.1% of the population who spoke Languages of the Philippines arrived between 2006 and August 2011.
- There were fewer men who spoke Languages of the Philippines (24,648) than women (34,934).
- 14.9% of the population who spoke Languages of the Philippines were children (under 19 years of age), 42.6% were young adults (aged 20 to 44 years), and 42.5% were older adults (aged 45 years and over).
About language: Languages of the Philippines
Note: 'Languages of the Philippines' is a custom grouping of languages from the Australian Standard Classification of Languages ASCL that includes 'Ilonggo (Hiligaynon)', 'Bikol', 'Tagalog', 'Filipino', 'Bisaya', 'Cebuano', 'IIokano' and 'Pampangan'.
|Language - Top 10 NSW LGAs ranked by size|
|Language - Languages of the Philippines||2011||2006||Change|
|Area||Number||Languages of the Philippines %||Number||Languages of the Philippines %||2006 to 2011|
|Botany Bay City||704||1.8||650||1.8||+54||4|
|New South Wales||59,592||0.9||48,469||0.7||+11,123||40|
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census of Population and Housing (opens a new window) 2006 and 2011. Compiled and presented by .id (opens a new window), the population experts.