Population of Mildura 2019 - Australia (VIC)

"Victoria's Food Bowl"

The population of Mildura in 2019,  is a diverse city on the News South Wales and Victoria border. Mildura is known as the food bowl of Victoria as it supplies the state with large amount of food produce. In fact 80% of Victoria’s grapes come from Mildura and the surrounding area. This factor is key to why 3.3% of Mildura’s population is employed by the “Grape Growing” Industry. In the figure listed below, the areas of Wentworth and Merbien are included in the population information.

51,473

The official estimation of Mildura’s population is 51,473  people as of the last Government estimate in June 2017. 3218.0 – Regional Population Growth, Australia Estimated Resident Population, Significant Urban Areas, Australia (Government Statistics

 

Other populated areas in Victoria

RankSignificant Urban AreasPopulation
1Melbourne4,850,740
2Geelong260,138
3Ballarat103,481
4Bendigo97,096
5Melton65,423
6Mildura – Wentworth51,473
7Shepparton – Mooroopna51,142
8Traralgon – Morwell41,626
9Warragul – Drouin36,538
10Warrnambool34,912
11Bacchus Marsh21,636
12Gisborne – Macedon21,501
13Echuca – Moama20,851
14Wangaratta19,067
15Moe – Newborough16,726
16Horsham16,426
17Bairnsdale15,155
18Sale14,826
19Colac12,465
20Swan Hill11,061
21Portland10,937

States and territories population

States and TerritoriesPopulation March 2019
Percentage change over 2017-18
New south Wales7,988,2411.5%
Victoria6,460,6752.2%
Queensland5,011,2161.7%
South Australia1,736,4220.7%
Western Australia2,595,1920.8%
Tasmania528,2011.1%
Australian Capital Territory420,9602.2%
Northern Territory247,327-0.1%
*Total Australian Population24,899,1001.6%

*Figure includes other teritorries including Jervis Bay Territory, Norfolk Island, Cocos (Keeling) Island and Christmas Island. 

Mildura / Wentworth

Demographic - Male & Female

The Mildura population is split by 51% female and 49% male. This data was obtain through the most recent Australian government census. 

51%

25,645 Females

49%

24,594 Males

Median Age

Mildura’s populations median age is 40 years old. The biggest age group is 55-59 year olds at 6.7% of the cities population (3,388 People). This data was obtain through the most recent Australian government census

40 Years old

Median weekly household income

The population of Mildura has an average weekly household income of $1,064. However, the average personal income was $554 a week. This data was obtain through the most recent Australian government census. 

$1,064 a week

Median weekly rent

The population of Mildura pays on average $211 a week in rent. The average amount of people per household is 2.4 in Mildura. This data was obtain through the most recent Australian government census

$211 a week

Religious affiliation

The top response for religious affiliation  was “No Religion” at 33%, followed by “Catholic” at 22.7% of Mildura’s population. Its important to note that 10% of the population decided not to state their religion. This data was obtained from the most recent Australian government census. View our article on Types of Religions in Australia.  

Occupation

The Population of Mildura has a variety of occupations, but nearly a quarter of the population are “professionals” at 16.6%. The next highest occupation is “Technicians and Trades Workers” at 13.8% which is slightly higher than the Australian average of 13.5%.  This data was obtained from the most recent Australian government census

Facts about Mildura

  • The Murry river flows through Mildura which is one of the worlds longest navigable rivers in the World.
  • Some street names in Mildura relate to the industy that supports it. Some of the names include orange st, Lemon , Lime and much more.
  •  Mildura is home to the second and third largest packing companies in the world.

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