Italian Australians comprise the fourth largest ethnic group in Australia, consisting of migrants from Italy as well as their descendants born in Australia of Italian heritage. The 2006 Census counted 199,124 people who were born in Italy. In 2011, 916,100 persons identified themselves as having Italian ancestry, either alone or in combination with another ancestry (4.6%). Italian is the fifth most identified ancestry in Australia behind 'Australian', 'English', 'Irish' and 'Scottish' and just ahead of 'German' (according to the ABS 2011 Census). Italian is the second most utilised language at home, with 316,900 speakers (or 1.6% of the Australian population). Since the arrivals, the Italo-Australian Dialect came into note in the 1970s by Italian linguist Tullio De Mauro.

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  • Italian Australians comprise the fourth largest ethnic group in Australia, consisting of migrants from Italy as well as their descendants born in Australia of Italian heritage. The 2006 Census counted 199,124 people who were born in Italy. In 2011, 916,100 persons identified themselves as having Italian ancestry, either alone or in combination with another ancestry (4.6%). Italian is the fifth most identified ancestry in Australia behind 'Australian', 'English', 'Irish' and 'Scottish' and just ahead of 'German' (according to the ABS 2011 Census). Italian is the second most utilised language at home, with 316,900 speakers (or 1.6% of the Australian population). Since the arrivals, the Italo-Australian Dialect came into note in the 1970s by Italian linguist Tullio De Mauro. (en)
  • La inmigración italiana en Australia ha sido constante y numerosa en el transcurso del siglo XIX, XX y en la actualidad. Los ítalo-australianos son uno de los mayores grupos étnicos en Australia. (es)
  • Un Italo-australiano è un cittadino australiano di origini italiane. (it)
  • 意大利裔澳洲人(英语:Italian Australian)是澳大利亚最大的族群之一。 (zh)
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  • Italian Australians comprise the fourth largest ethnic group in Australia, consisting of migrants from Italy as well as their descendants born in Australia of Italian heritage. The 2006 Census counted 199,124 people who were born in Italy. In 2011, 916,100 persons identified themselves as having Italian ancestry, either alone or in combination with another ancestry (4.6%). Italian is the fifth most identified ancestry in Australia behind 'Australian', 'English', 'Irish' and 'Scottish' and just ahead of 'German' (according to the ABS 2011 Census). Italian is the second most utilised language at home, with 316,900 speakers (or 1.6% of the Australian population). Since the arrivals, the Italo-Australian Dialect came into note in the 1970s by Italian linguist Tullio De Mauro. (en)
  • La inmigración italiana en Australia ha sido constante y numerosa en el transcurso del siglo XIX, XX y en la actualidad. Los ítalo-australianos son uno de los mayores grupos étnicos en Australia. (es)
  • Un Italo-australiano è un cittadino australiano di origini italiane. (it)
  • 意大利裔澳洲人(英语:Italian Australian)是澳大利亚最大的族群之一。 (zh)
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  • Italian Australians (en)
  • Inmigración italiana en Australia (es)
  • Italo-australiani (it)
  • 意大利裔澳洲人 (zh)
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  • Italian Australians (en)
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