Country: India
Languages Spoken: Hindi and English
Fast facts
In the 2011 Census 95,386 people (1.38% of the NSW population) identified their birthplace as India in comparison to 57,156 in the 2006 Census. This makes India the 2nd largest non-English country of birth in NSW.

About the Indian community

Country and community profiles for India and the Indian community in Australia include:

An overview of India-born migrants demographics, permanent and temporary visas granted, permanent departures, and a state and territory summary.

A historical background to India-born people, and their current geographical distribution, age and sex, ancestry, language, religion, arrival, citizenship, median income, qualifications and employment.

A summary of India-born people’s health in Australia, health beliefs and practices, social determinants of health, and utilisation of health services in Australia

Want to work with the Indian community?

The NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service can help.