Liste der Städte in Australien

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Die Liste der Städte in Australien bietet einen Überblick über die Entwicklung der Einwohnerzahl der größeren Städte des Staates Australien.

Metropolregionen nach Einwohnerzahl[Bearbeiten]

Die größten Metropolregionen in Australien sind (Volkszählung 8. August 2006):

Rang Metropolregion Einwohner Verwaltungseinheit
1. Sydney 4.667.283 New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
2. Melbourne 4.246.345 VictoriaVictoria Victoria
3. Brisbane 2.189.878 QueenslandQueensland Queensland
4. Perth 1.897.548 Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
5. Adelaide 1.277.174 South AustraliaSouth Australia South Australia
6. Gold CoastTweed Heads 590.889 QueenslandQueensland Queensland / New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
7. Newcastle 493.467 New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
8. CanberraQueanbeyan 368.128 Australian Capital TerritoryAustralian Capital Territory Australian Capital Territory / New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
9. Wollongong 263.535 New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
10. Sunshine Coast 209.578 QueenslandQueensland Queensland

Städtische Siedlungen nach Einwohnerzahl[Bearbeiten]

Die folgende Tabelle enthält die städtischen Siedlungen mit mehr als 30.000 Einwohner und Ihren Anteil an der Gesamt Bevölkerung Australiens.[1] Aufgeführt ist auch die übergeordnete Verwaltungseinheit (Bundesstaat, Bundesterritorium, Bundesdistrikt), zu der die Stadt gehört. Die Einwohnerzahlen beziehen sich auf die jeweilige städtische Siedlung – das geographische Stadtgebiet (Urban Centre) nach der Definition des australischen Statistikamtes – nicht auf die Stadt oder Gemeinde im politischen Sinne.
fett = Hauptstädte

Rang Stadt/ Gemeinde Verwaltungseinheit Juni 2012[2] Prozent
1 Sydney New South Wales 4.667.283 20.91%
2 Melbourne Victoria 4.246.345 19.02%
3 Brisbane Queensland 2.189.878 9.81%
4 Perth Western Australia 1.897.548 8.50%
5 Adelaide South Australia 1.277.174 5.72%
6 Gold CoastTweed Heads Queensland/New South Wales 590.889 2.65%
7 NewcastleMaitland New South Wales 418.958 1.88%
8 Canberra (ACT)Queanbeyan Australian Capital Territory/New South Wales 411.609 1.84%
9 Sunshine Coast Queensland 285.169 1.28%
10 Wollongong New South Wales 282.099 1.26%
11 Hobart Tasmania 216.959 0.97%
12 Geelong Victoria 179.042 0.80%
13 Townsville Queensland 171.971 0.77%
14 Cairns Queensland 142.528 0.64%
15 Darwin Northern Territory 131.678 0.59%
16 Toowoomba Queensland 110.472 0.49%
17 Ballarat Victoria 95.021 0.43%
18 Bendigo Victoria 88.668 0.40%
19 Launceston Tasmania 86.109 0.39%
20 AlburyWodonga New South Wales/Victoria 84.982 0.38%
21 Mackay Queensland 81.594 0.37%
22 Rockhampton Queensland 77.704 0.35%
23 Bundaberg Queensland 69.805 0.31%
24 Bunbury Western Australia 67.090 0.30%
25 Coffs Harbour New South Wales 66.610 0.30%
26 Wagga Wagga New South Wales 53.832 0.24%
27 Hervey Bay Queensland 50.431 0.23%
28 MilduraWentworth Victoria/New South Wales 48.783 0.22%
29 SheppartonMooroopna Victoria 48.114 0.22%
30 GladstoneTannum Sands Queensland 44.355 0.20%
31 Port Macquarie New South Wales 43.587 0.20%
32 Tamworth New South Wales 40.832 0.18%
33 TraralgonMorwell Victoria 40.602 0.18%
34 Orange New South Wales 38.516 0.17%
35 Geraldton Western Australia 38.030 0.17%
36 BowralMittagong New South Wales 36.402 0.16%
37 Dubbo New South Wales 35.898 0.16%
38 NowraBomaderry New South Wales 34.798 0.16%
39 Bathurst New South Wales 34.124 0.15%
40 Warrnambool Victoria 33.204 0.15%
41 Kalgoorlie-Boulder Western Australia 32.787 0.15%
42 Busselton Western Australia 32.471 0.15%
43 Albany Western Australia 31.978 0.14%
44 WarragulDrouin Victoria 31.280 0.14%
45 Devonport Tasmania 30.330 0.14%

Quelle: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Significant Urban Areas nach Einwohnerzahl[Bearbeiten]

Die folgende Tabelle enthält alle Significant Urban Areas (SUA), die im Jahr 2012 mehr als 20.000 Einwohnern hatten. Bei den angegebenen Einwohnerzahlen handelt es sich um Schätzungen des australischen Statistikamtes (Australian Bureau of Statistics).

Dieses merkt zu SUAs an: „Significant Urban Areas [...] are used to define and contain major urban and near-urban concentrations of over 10,000 people. They include the urban population, any immediately associated populations, and may also incorporate one or more closely associated Urban Centre and/or Locality (UC/L) and the areas between. [...] Significant Urban Areas do not cover the whole of Australia, and may cross State boundaries.“[3]

Rang Name der SUA 2011 2012 Veränderung Verwaltungseinheit
1. Sydney 4.231.954 4.289.497 1,36 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
2. Melbourne 4.013.111 4.084.993 1,79 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
3. Brisbane 2.055.844 2.097.515 2,03 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
4. Perth 1.771.434 1.831.755 3,41 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
5. Adelaide 1.235.657 1.249.638 1,13 % South AustraliaSouth Australia South Australia
6. Gold CoastTweed Heads 579.909 590.889 1,89 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland / New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
7. NewcastleMaitland 413.962 418.958 1,21 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
8. CanberraQueanbeyan 404.559 411.609 1,74 % Australian Capital TerritoryAustralian Capital Territory Australian Capital Territory / New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
9. Central Coast 314.065 316.472 0,77 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
10. Sunshine Coast 279.870 285.169 1,89 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
11. Wollongong 280.705 282.099 0,50 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
12. Hobart 204.949 205.530 0,28 % TasmanienTasmanien Tasmanien
13. Geelong 177.023 179.042 1,14 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
14. Townsville 167.847 171.971 2,46 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
15. Cairns 139.693 142.528 2,03 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
16. Darwin 113.988 116.093 1,85 % Northern TerritoryNorthern Territory Northern Territory
17. Toowoomba 108.933 110.472 1,41 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
18. Ballarat 93.293 95.021 1,85 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
19. Bendigo 87.219 88.668 1,66 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
20. Launceston 86.008 86.109 0,12 % TasmanienTasmanien Tasmanien
21. AlburyWodonga 84.233 84.982 0,89 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales / VictoriaVictoria Victoria
22. Mackay 79.434 81.594 2,72 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
23. Rockhampton 75.866 77.704 2,42 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
24. Bundaberg 69.016 69.805 1,14 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
25. Bunbury 67.421 69.637 3,29 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
26. Coffs Harbour 66.615 66.610 −0,01 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
27. Wagga Wagga 53.905 53.832 −0,14 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
28. Melton 48.820 51.907 6,32 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
29. Hervey Bay 49.710 50.431 1,45 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
30. MilduraWentworth 48.466 48.783 0,65 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria / New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
31. SheppartonMooroopna 47.549 48.114 1,19 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
32. GladstoneTannum Sands 43.117 44.355 2,87 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
33. Port Macquarie 43.153 43.587 1,01 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
34. Tamworth 40.263 40.832 1,41 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
35. TraralgonMorwell 40.415 40.602 0,46 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
36. Orange 37.849 38.516 1,76 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
37. Geraldton 37.114 38.030 2,47 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
38. BowralMittagong 36.183 36.402 0,61 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
39. Dubbo 35.519 35.898 1,07 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
40. NowraBomaderry 34.605 34.798 0,56 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
41. Bathurst 33.737 34.124 1,15 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
42. Warrnambool 32.947 33.204 0,78 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
43. Ellenbrook 30.173 33.133 9,81 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
44. Kalgoorlie–Boulder 31.880 32.787 2,85 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
45. Busselton 31.164 32.471 4,19 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
46. Albany 31.538 31.978 1,40 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
47. WarragulDrouin 30.323 31.280 3,16 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
48. Devonport 30.236 30.330 0,31 % TasmanienTasmanien Tasmanien
49. Lismore 29.360 29.443 0,28 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
50. Alice Springs 28.449 28.517 0,24 % Northern TerritoryNorthern Territory Northern Territory
51. Mount Gambier 28.313 28.471 0,56 % South AustraliaSouth Australia South Australia
52. BurnieWynyard 28.114 28.096 −0,06 % TasmanienTasmanien Tasmanien
53. Maryborough 26.812 27.125 1,17 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
54. Taree 26.325 26.379 0,21 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
55. Nelson BayCorlette 25.892 26.109 0,84 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
56. Victor HarborGoolwa 24.278 24.635 1,47 % South AustraliaSouth Australia South Australia
57. Ballina 24.422 24.533 0,45 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
58. Armidale 23.578 23.665 0,37 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
59. Ocean GrovePoint Lonsdale 22.859 23.095 1,03 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
60. MorissetCooranbong 22.598 22.718 0,53 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
61. Whyalla 22.489 22.637 0,66 % South AustraliaSouth Australia South Australia
62. Goulburn 22.150 22.429 1,26 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
63. Mount Isa 21.580 22.098 2,40 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
64. Cessnock 20.974 21.274 1,43 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
65. Gympie 19.915 20.308 1,97 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
66. ForsterTuncurry 20.203 20.248 0,22 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
67. EchucaMoama 19.653 19.784 0,67 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
68. Broken Hill 19.125 19.067 −0,30 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
69. Grafton 19.013 19.022 0,05 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
70. GisborneMacedon 18.532 18.871 1,83 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
71. Griffith 18.613 18.700 0,47 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
72. Bacchus Marsh 17.551 18.091 3,08 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
73. Karratha 17.096 17.975 5,14 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
74. Wangaratta 17.899 17.962 0,35 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
75. Highfields 17.078 17.449 2,17 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
76. Yeppoon 16.798 17.429 3,76 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
77. Murray Bridge 17.152 17.401 1,45 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
78. Kurri KurriWeston 16.728 16.972 1,46 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
79. Singleton 16.700 16.856 0,93 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
80. MoeNewborough 16.919 16.716 −1,20 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
81. Batemans Bay 16.300 16.288 −0,07 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
82. Horsham 16.113 16.232 0,74 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
83. Camden Haven 16.152 16.163 0,07 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
84. Torquay 15.387 16.146 4,93 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
85. Port Lincoln 15.682 15.801 0,76 % South AustraliaSouth Australia South Australia
86. Warwick 14.955 15.190 1,57 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
87. Port Hedland 14.487 14.978 3,39 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
88. Ulverstone 14.770 14.766 −0,03 % TasmanienTasmanien Tasmanien
89. Ulladulla 14.638 14.719 0,55 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
90. Sale 14.486 14.567 0,56 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
91. Port Pirie 14.281 14.320 0,27 % South AustraliaSouth Australia South Australia
92. Emerald 13.576 14.296 5,30 % QueenslandQueensland Queensland
93. Port Augusta 14.196 14.209 0,09 % South AustraliaSouth Australia South Australia
94. Broome 13.507 13.945 3,24 % Western AustraliaWestern Australia Western Australia
95. Bairnsdale 13.479 13.622 1,06 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
96. St Georges BasinSanctuary Point 13.076 13.218 1,09 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
97. Lithgow 12.652 12.758 0,84 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
98. Muswellbrook 12.202 12.461 2,12 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales
99. Colac 11.901 11.932 0,26 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
100. DrysdaleClifton Springs 11.924 11.905 −0,16 % VictoriaVictoria Victoria
101. Parkes 11.298 11.382 0,74 % New South WalesNew South Wales New South Wales

Quelle: Australian Bureau of Statistics: Population Estimates by Significant Urban Area, 2011 to 2012 (Excel-Datei). In: 3218.0 Regional Population Growth, Australia, veröffentlicht am 30. April 2013. Abgerufen am 25. Januar 2014.

Siehe auch[Bearbeiten]

Einzelnachweise[Bearbeiten]

  1. Australian Bureau of Statistics: 2006 Census QuickStats by Location
  2. 3218.0 – Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2011–12. Australian Bureau of Statistics. 30. April 2013. Abgerufen am 2. Mai 2013.
  3. Australian Bureau of Statistics: 2011 Census Dictionary >> Glossary >> Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS), abgerufen am 24. Mai 2014.

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