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Sydney Suburbs Where English Not Mostly Spoken

Name the suburbs in Sydney (with over 10,000 population) where the most common language spoken at home is not English
Source: Census 2021
Smaller suburbs with <10,000 people are given here for free (orange)
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English Speakers
Most Popular Languages
Sydney Suburb
12.2%
Mandarin (14.1%), Nepali (12.6%)
Auburn
12.7%
Vietnamese (43.3%)
Cabramatta
15.8%
Arabic (16.7%)
Fairfield
16.0%
Vietnamese (38.3%)
Canley Vale
16.3%
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic (19.9%)
Fairfield Heights
16.6%
Bengali (18.5%)
Lakemba
17.7%
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic (24.6%)
Greenfield Park
17.9%
Vietnamese (42.1%)
Canley Heights
18.0%
Mandarin (24.3%)
Haymarket
18.0%
Vietnamese (20.3%), Arabic (19.3%)
Bankstown
18.4%
Mandarin (26.1%)
Hurstville
19.1%
Vietnamese (40.9%)
Cabramatta West
19.8%
Mandarin (32.1%)
Burwood
20.0%
Mandarin (21.5%)
Campsie
20.5%
Vietnamese (24.6%)
Fairfield East
20.9%
Vietnamese (23.9%)
St Johns Park
21.0%
Mandarin (30.2%)
Rhodes
22.0%
Arabic (34.8%)
South Granville
22.3%
Arabic (33.7%)
Punchbowl
22.7%
Arabic (23.5%)
Villawood
23.4%
Arabic (26.9%)
Yennora
23.5%
Vietnamese (27.4%)
Bonnyrigg
25.1%
Arabic (40.8%)
Old Guildford
25.5%
Arabic (30.2%)
Guildford
26.7%
Arabic (38.7%)
Greenacre
27.1%
Arabic (49.0%)
Mount Lewis
28.8%
Arabic (30.2%)
Condell Park
33.0%
Vietnamese (34.1%)
Lansvale
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