What is The National Religion of Australia?

Australia has no official state religion and people are free to practice any religion they choose. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Christianity is the most commonly practiced religion i

n Australia with 61.14% of Australians practicing it. 2.21% of the population practices Islam and 1,28% practice Hinduism. A whopping 22.3% of the population considers themselves Non Religious.

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