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Slovak Australian

Slovak Australian
Total population
c. 12,000
Regions with significant populations
Sydney and Melbourne
Languages
Australian English ·
Religion
Roman Catholic, Protestant, Irreligion
Related ethnic groups
Slovaks · Czechs · Hungarians · Poles

Slovak Australians are Australian citizens of full or partial Slovak ancestry or a person born in Slovakia who resides in Australia.[1] Approximately 12,000 residents in Australia report to have Slovak ancestry.[2]

Notable Slovak Australians

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