In the 1980s a number of Taiwanese migrants entered Australia under the Business Migration Program. The Taiwan-born population rose from 2056 in 1986 to 12,528 in 1991.

The 2016 Census recorded 46,822 Taiwan-born people in Australia, an increase of 63.6 per cent from the 2011 Census.

Queensland had the largest number with 15,592 followed by New South Wales (13,493), Victoria (9,900) and Western Australia (4,670).

Have you ever wanted to pull on your national jumper and represent your country?

Playing Footy 9s gives you an opportunity to do just that! It’s a fun and exciting new sport, with both full contact (tackling) and non-contact (no tackling) options to choose from.

If you are keen to represent Taiwan, please contact us.

Taiwan in Melbourne