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The corresponding rate in the total Australian population was 48.4 per cent.Produced by the Community Relations Section of DIAC All data used in this summary is sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics Census of Population and Housing.At the 2011 Census, 34 per cent of the Afghanistan-born aged 15 years and over had some form of higher non-school qualifications compared to 55.9 per cent of the Australian population.Of the Afghanistan-born aged 15 years and over, 24.1 per cent were still attending an educational institution.Some of them were Baluchis from an area in present day Pakistan.The Afghan camel trains provided transport to the mid-central regions of Australia, supplying the new gold mining communities and the remote sheep and cattle stations.At the time of the 2011 Census, the median individual weekly income for the Afghanistan-born in Australia aged 15 years and over was 2, compared with 8 for all overseas-born and 7 for all Australia-born.The total Australian population had a median individual weekly income of 7.
Afghan men married local women as they were not allowed to bring Afghan women to Australia.
The first Afghans to arrive in Australia were camel drivers hired in 1859 to participate in the ill-fated Burke and Wills expedition.
More Afghans arrived over the next 40 years and worked in the carting business.
The median age of Afghanistan-born in 2011 was 30 years compared with 45 years for all overseas born and 37 years for the total Australian population.
The age distribution showed 10 per cent were aged 0-14 years, 26.7 per cent were 15-24 years, 43.5 per cent were 25-44 years, 16.7 per cent were 45-64 years and 3.1 per cent were 65 years and over.