South Australia's Multicultural Story
A long history of migration to South Australia has shaped the size and composition of its population, which comprises people from approximately 200 birthplace groups, who speak approximately 180 languages at home and observe more than 95 religions.
This web-based resource developed by the Hugo Centre in collaboration with Multicultural Affairs, Department of the Premier and Cabinet South Australia, interactively explores the post World War II history of migration to South Australia and the characteristics of the migrants who have made South Australia their home.
This online resource is best viewed on a desktop/laptop computer, using an updated internet browser. Recommended internet browsers include: Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer 11 (compatibility view not supported) and Safari.
A summarised print-friendly version is available for download for those unable to access the interactive website.