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South Australia has changed the way it presents its top names. Instead of a Top 100 for boys and a Top 100 for girls, it gives the Top 100 names for the state, which includes both boys and girls. For some reason, this doesn’t compute to 50 names for each gender, but rather, 51 girls names and 49 boys names. It also doesn’t offer a search function any more, all you see is a plain list of names. In other words, it’s more like Western Australia’s data, and less like New South Wales’ data. I understand if any South Australians are distressed by this news, as many names must remain a mystery to us now.

GIRLS

  1. Charlotte
  2. Ruby
  3. Emily
  4. Amelia
  5. Chloe
  6. Ella
  7. Olivia
  8. Sophie
  9. Mia
  10. Ava
  11. Grace
  12. Lily
  13. Isabella
  14. Sienna
  15. Sophia
  16. Matilda
  17. Scarlett
  18. Isla
  19. Hannah
  20. Maddison
  21. Zoe
  22. Ivy
  23. Lucy
  24. Zara
  25. Summer
  26. Lilly
  27. Madison
  28. Emma
  29. Alexis
  30. Evie
  31. Jasmine
  32. Layla
  33. Mackenzie
  34. Alice
  35. Georgia
  36. Holly
  37. Imogen
  38. Isabelle
  39. Sarah
  40. Abigail
  41. Eva
  42. Chelsea
  43. Savannah
  44. Harper
  45. Eliza
  46. Stella
  47. Amber
  48. Jessica
  49. Hayley
  50. Annabelle
  51. Paige

BOYS

  1. Jack
  2. William
  3. Oliver
  4. Lucas
  5. Ethan
  6. Riley
  7. James
  8. Noah
  9. Charlie
  10. Mason
  11. Lachlan
  12. Thomas
  13. Harrison
  14. Jacob
  15. Liam
  16. Tyler
  17. Henry
  18. Max
  19. Joshua
  20. Harry
  21. Alexander
  22. Jayden
  23. Samuel
  24. Cooper
  25. Xavier
  26. Sebastian
  27. Hunter
  28. Daniel
  29. Blake
  30. Jackson
  31. Jaxon
  32. Isaac
  33. Jordan
  34. Oscar
  35. Patrick
  36. Hudson
  37. Ryan
  38. Angus
  39. Connor
  40. Levi
  41. Mitchell
  42. Elijah
  43. Flynn
  44. Braxton
  45. Jake
  46. Logan
  47. Archer
  48. Eli
  49. Benjamin

Data from South Australian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages

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