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Is Brisbane Really Bigger than London
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A lot of people think that Brisbane is a small city, but in fact, it is actually quite large, although with a small population when compared to London for example.
Greater Brisbane v Metropolitan London
Greater Brisbane at 15,842 km2, is about twice the size of Metropolitan London at 8,382 km2.
However, the population of Greater Brisbane, at 2,270,800, is much smaller than Metropolitan London’s 14,040,163.
Greater Brisbane v Greater London
The Greater Brisbane area is about ten times the size of the Greater London area of 1,572 km2 or 607 sq miles, but with a population of 2,270,800 (2016) being just one quarter of the Greater London population of 8,787,892.
Population of Brisbane in the 2016 Census:
2,270,800 Greater Brisbane Code 3GBRI (GCCSA)
2,192,720 Brisbane Significant Urban Area Code 3001 (SUA)
1,131,155 Brisbane LGA Code LGA31000 (LGA)
163,886 Brisbane Suburb Code CED304 (CED)
Population of London:
14,040,163 Metropolitan London in 8,382 km2 (3,236 sq mi)
9,787,426 Urban London in 1,737.9 km2 (671.0 sq mi)
8,787,892 Greater London in 1,572 km2 (607 sq mi)
9,401 City of London in 2.90 km2 (1.12 sq mi)