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One million long-term arrivals entered Australia in 2023

Mike Jeffreys

Mike speaks to Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs, about the IPA’s new research analysing the growth of Australia’s migration program, based on new data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

“The latest data from the ABS reinforces the unprecedented and unplanned size and
growth of Australia’s migration intake. This is placing immense pressure on housing
and our critical infrastructure and has not solved our worker shortage crisis,” says Mr Wild.

The research also established that the share of the Australian population born overseas is now at a record 31%. This is more than double the USA and UK at 15% and 14% respectively, and higher than Canada at 21% and NZ at 29%.

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