Did you know? Almost half or 46,159 of the 115,687 Filipino emigrants en route to Australia from 1988 to 2018 originated from Metro Manila alone. Districts II and IV produced the most Filipino emigrants within the region at 18,449 or 39.97% and 14,413 or 31.23%, respectively. Meanwhile, Districts I and III listed 8,329 emigrants at 18.04% and 4,968 at 10.76%.

The Top 2 province of origin after Manila was Cebu, comprising 7.65% of all Australia-bound Filipino emigrants. It was followed closely by Pampanga at 5.19% or 6,006, Cavite at 4.47% or 5,167, and Laguna at 3.83% or 4,429. Other central provinces of origin included Rizal, Bulacan, Batangas, Bataan, and Davao del Sur, which altogether accounted for 13.51% of the Filipino emigrant population bound for Australia from 1988 to 2018.

Reference data covers 1988-2018.