Fijian Australians refers to Australian citizens or residents of Australia who are of ethnic iTaukei or Indian descent. Most Fijians Australians live in New South Wales (Sydney), Queensland (Brisbane) and Victoria (Melbourne).
|23,770 iTaukei and 16,211 Indian (by ancestry, 2011)|
56,979 (by birth, 2011)
|Regions with significant populations|
|Sydney • Brisbane • Melbourne|
|English • iTaukei • Hindi|
|Related ethnic groups|
Australia is home to the largest Fijian population in the world outside Fiji itself.
According to the 2011 Australian census 48,141 Australians were born in Fiji.
Notable Fijian AustraliansEdit
Fijian Australians of iTaukei ethnicityEdit
Fijian Australians of Indian ethnicityEdit
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