Is Thornleigh multicultural?

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KaTra Mar 01, 2016
@ChristineB2 There are no comments about multiculturism on the suburb reviews but it might be of interest anyway.
www.homely.com.au/thornleigh-hornsby-sydney-greater-new-south-wales
According to the 2011 Census Australian-born residents still dominate the area. See below for more detail. Hope this helps.

Just over two-thirds, (67%) of Thornleigh residents were born in Australia, the national average of 70%; another 4.4% came from England, 3.1% from China and 2.9% from India. However, only 26% identify their ancestry as Australian, which is the largest group; the next most common self-identified ancestries were English 24.1%, Irish 7.6%, Chinese 6.4% and Scottish 6.3%. Nearly three-quarters (74%) of people only spoke English at home; other languages spoken at home included Arabic 3.8%, Mandarin 3.4%, Cantonese 2.7%, Korean 1.3% and Hindi 1.3%.
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