Domain reports that Victoria’s population had the most rapid rise over the year to March, with recently released figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showing it jumped an estimated 133,500 people. However net interstate migration – at about 12,800 people – dropped 15 per cent annually.
Victoria was second only to Queensland for net interstate migration, with the Sunshine State gaining almost an extra 23,300. Tasmania also saw a much smaller increase of about 2300.
Net losses occurred in NSW (about 22,000 people), Western Australia (8000), the Northern Territory (4300) and South Australia (4000). The Australian Capital Territory experienced no real net change, while everywhere, apart from the Northern Territory, recorded overall population growth.
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