Top baby names in Australia for 2019
Number one isn't surprising!
By Chadielle Fayad
September 20 2019
If you're looking to update your list of baby names in the notes on your phone, why not look to the top baby names in Australia for 2019?
Depending on whether you'd like to avoid giving your child the same name everyone else, or if you're just looking for inspiration, this comprehensive list collected by McCrindle.com.au, is worth consulting.
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Unsurprisingly, the most popular female name for 2019 is Charlotte.
The name has been number one for four years straight, with a smashing 1,673 baby girls being given the name last year.
According to McCrindle.com.au, the trend is highly influenced by the names famous faces choose - in particular, royalty.
After the birth of Princess Charlotte in 2015, the name rose to the top spot and has remained there.
Olivia, Amelia, Ava, Mia and Isla also feature in the top five baby girl names.
In a similar fashion, Oliver has maintained the top spot in boys names for the sixth year in a row (2,134 boys were named Oliver last year).
Jack, William, Noah and Henry also made the top five.
The name Henry hadn't been in the top 10 for over 6 years but re-entered the top 10 most popular names for a boy in 2019.
Archie is currently the 29th most popular boy's name and after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose the name for their son, the name is likely to rank higher next year.
See the rest of the names below:
Top girls names in Australia
Top boys names in Australia
Originally published as Top baby names in Australia for 2019