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Australian Capital Territory - ACT

  1. Canberra

New South Wales - NSW

  1. Sydney (Capital)

  2. Albury-Wodonga (NSW-Victoria border)

  3. Armidale

  4. Bathurst

  5. Broken Hill

  6. Cessnock

  7. Coffs Harbour

  8. Bourke

  9. Dubbo

  10. Gosford

  11. Goulburn

  12. Grafton

  13. Lake Macquarie

  14. Lismore

  15. Maitland

  16. Newcastle

  17. Nowra

  18. Orange

  19. Port Macquarie

  20. Tamworth

  21. Tweed Heads (NSW-Queensland border)

  22. Wagga Wagga

  23. Wollongong

Northern Territory

  1. Darwin (Capital)

  2. Alice Springs

  3. Palmerston

Queensland

  1. Brisbane (Capital)

  2. Bundaberg

  3. Coolangatta

  4. Charters Towers

  5. Coolangatta (NSW-Queensland border)

  6. Gladstone

  7. Gold Coast

  8. Gympie

  9. Hervey Bay

  10. Ipswich

  11. Mackay

  12. Maryborough

  13. Mount Isa

  14. Redcliffe

  15. Rockhampton

  16. Sunshine Coast

  17. Toowoomba

South Australia

  1. Adelaide (Capital)

  2. Whyalla

  3. Mount Gambier

  4. Port Augusta

  5. Port Pirie

  6. Port Lincoln

  7. Victor Harbor

Tasmania

  1. Hobart (Capital)

  2. Burnie

  3. Devonport

  4. Launceston

The State of Victoria

  1. Melbourne (Capital)

  2. Albury-Wodonga (NSW-Victoria border)

  3. Ballarat

  4. Bendigo

  5. Geelong

  6. Latrobe Valley

  7. Mildura

  8. Shepparton

Western Australia

  1. Perth (Capital)

  2. Albany

  3. Bunbury

  4. Fremantle

  5. Kalgoorlie

  6. Port Hedland

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia

Rank Population Centre Estimated population in 2000 (Aust. Bureau of Statistics)
1 Sydney (incl. Central Coast), New South Wales 4,085,600
2 Melbourne, Victoria 3,466,000
3 Brisbane, Queensland 1,626,900
4 Perth, Western Australia 1,381,100
5 Adelaide, South Australia 1,096,100
6 Newcastle, New South Wales 483,300
7 Gold Coast-Tweed, Queensland/New South Wales 404,300
8 Canberra-Queanbeyan, Australian Capital Territory/New South Wales 350,100
9 Wollongong, New South Wales 264,400
10 Hobart, Tasmania 194,200
11 Sunshine Coast, Queensland 178,000
12 Geelong, Victoria 157,900
13 Townsville, Queensland 130,000
14 Cairns, Queensland 115,600
15 Launceston, Tasmania 98,300
16 Albury-Wodonga, New South Wales/Victoria 94,800
17 Darwin, Northern Territory 90,000
18 Toowoomba City, Queensland 87,600
19 Ballarat, Victoria 82,000
20 Burnie-Devonport, Tasmania 78,100
21 Bendigo, Victoria 77,200
22 Bathurst-Orange, New South Wales 74,200
23 Latrobe Valley, Victoria 73,400
24 Mackay, Queensland 66,200
25 Rockhampton, Queensland 63,900
26 Hastings (Port Macquarie), New South Wales 62,900
27 Coffs Harbour, New South Wales 60,500
28 Bundaberg, Queensland 56,300
29 Wagga Wagga, New South Wales 55,700
30 Mildura, Victoria 44,100
31 Greater Taree, New South Wales 44,100
32 Shepparton, Victoria 43,300
33 Lismore, New South Wales 43,000
34 Gladstone, Queensland 39,600
35 Dubbo, New South Wales 37,800
36 Tamworth, New South Wales 35,700
37 Kalgoorlie/Boulder, Western Australia 32,000

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