Australian census results at a glance

The first 2016 Australian census results have been released.

The census shows Australia reached a "tipping point" in 2016 where only slightly more than half its residents had two Australian-born parents.

The latest census data has been collected and analysed.

The latest census data has been collected and analysed.

Australia's population has grown by 8.8 per cent to 24.4 million people since the last time the national clock was measured in 2011.

Here are the key take outs: