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Canberra's annual [[Floriade (Canberra)|Floriade]] festival features a large display of flowers every Spring in [[Commonwealth Park]]. The organisers of the event have a strong environmental standpoint, promoting and using [[green energy]], "green catering", [[sustainability|sustainable paper]], the conservation and saving of water.<ref name="floriadeaustralia">{{cite web|url=|title=Environmental care||accessdate=9 March 2015|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=|archivedate=26 February 2015|df=dmy-all}}</ref> The event is also smoke-free.<ref name="floriadeaustralia" />
{{main article|Demographics of Canberra}}
[[File:Old bus depot markets.jpg|right|thumb|Shopping at the weekly Old Bus Depot Markets, [[Kingston, Australian Capital Territory|Kingston]]]]
At the {{CensusAU|2016}}, the population of Canberra was 395,790,<ref name="Census2016">{{Census 2016 AUS|id=UCL802001|name=Canberra - Queanbeyan (Canberra Part)
|accessdate=29 October 2017|quick=on}}</ref> up from 355,596 at the {{CensusAU|2011}}<ref name="Census2011">{{Census 2011 AUS|id=UCL802001|name=Canberra - Queanbeyan (Canberra Part)
|accessdate=29 October 2017|quick=on}}</ref> and 322,036 at the {{CensusAU|2006}}.<ref name="2006census">{{Census 2006 AUS|id=UCL800200|name=Canberra - Queanbeyan (Canberra Part)|accessdate=29 October 2017}}</ref> The 2016 census showed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people made up 1.6% of Canberra's population, while 32.1% of the population were born overseas. The largest group of people born overseas came from the United Kingdom (3.2%) and then China (2.9%). Significant numbers of immigrants have also come from Germany, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Vietnam, India, New Zealand and the Philippines. Most locals only speak [[Australian English|English]] at home (72.7%); other languages spoken at home include Mandarin, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Hindi and Spanish.<ref name = "Census2016" />
Canberrans are relatively young, highly [[Population mobility|mobile]], and well educated. The median age is 35 years, and only 12.7% of the population is aged over 65 years.<ref name = "Census2016" /> Between 1996 and 2001, 61.9% of the population either moved to or from Canberra, which was the second highest mobility rate of any Australian capital city.<ref>{{cite web |publisher=[[Australian Bureau of Statistics]] |date=5 June 2003 |accessdate=7 June 2010 |url= |title=Australian Demographic Statistics, Dec 2002 }}</ref> According to statistics collected by the [[National Australia Bank]] and reported in ''The Canberra Times'', Canberrans on average give significantly more money to charity than Australians in other states and territories, for both dollar giving and as a proportion of income.<ref>{{cite news|title=Sweet charity: territory leads in giving|date=4 November 2013|url=|newspaper=The Canberra Times|publisher=Fairfax Media|archiveurl=|archivedate=4 November 2013}}</ref>
As at May 2017, 43% of ACT residents (25–64) had a level of educational attainment equal to at least a [[bachelor's degree]], significantly higher that the national average of 31%.<ref>{{cite web|publisher=[[Australian Bureau of Statistics]]|date=6 November 2017|accessdate=8 December 2017|url=|title=6227.0 – Education and Work, Australia, May 2017}}</ref> On census night in 2016, approximately 50.0% of ACT residents described themselves as Christian (excluding not stated responses), the most common denominations being Catholic and [[Anglican]]; 36.2% described themselves as having no religion.<ref name = "Census2016" />
{{As of|2016}} the most common crimes in the ACT are property related crimes, unlawful entry with intent and [[motor vehicle theft]]. They affected 2,304 and 966 people (580 and 243 per 100,000 persons respectively). [[Homicide]] and related offences—murder, attempted murder and manslaughter, but excluding driving causing death and conspiracy to murder—affect 1.0 per 100,000 persons, which is below the national average of 1.9 per 100,000. Rates of [[sexual assault]] (64.4 per 100,000 persons) are also below the national average (98.5 per 100,000).<ref>{{cite web |
publisher=[[Australian Bureau of Statistics]] |date=6 July 2017 |accessdate=7 December 2017 |url= |title=4510.0 – Recorded Crime – Victims, Australia, 2016 }}</ref><ref>{{Census 2016 AUS|id=8|name=Australian Capital Territory|accessdate=7 December 2017|quick=on}}</ref><ref>{{Census 2016 AUS|id=0|name=Australia|accessdate=7 December 2017|quick=on}}</ref>
{{Main article|Education in the Australian Capital Territory}}
[[File:ANU School of Art, Canberra.jpg|thumb|right|[[Australian National University|ANU]] School of Art (formerly the Canberra High School)]]
TheDe twoto mainvigtigste tertiaryvideregående institutionsuddannelsesinstitutioner are theer [[Australian National University]] (ANU) ini [[Acton, Australian Capital Territory|Acton]] and theog [[University of Canberra]] (UC) ini [[Bruce, Australian Capital Territory|Bruce]], withmed overhenholdsvis mere end 10,.500 andog 8,.000 fullfuldtids-time-equivalent students respectivelystuderende.<ref>{{cite web|url= |archivedate=11. Decemberdecember 2011|archiveurl=|title= University of Canberra |publisher=[[Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations]] |accessdate=23. Aprilapril 2010}}</ref><ref name=anu>{{cite web|url= |archiveurl=|archivedate=27. Septemberseptember 2011|title= Australian National University |publisher=[[Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations]] |accessdate=23. Aprilapril 2010}}</ref> Established in 1946,{{sfn|Gibbney|1988|pp=258-262}} the ANU has always had a strong research focus and is ranked among the leading universities in the world and the best in Australia by ''[[The Times Higher Education Supplement]]'' and the Shanghai Jiao Tong World University Rankings.<ref name=anu/><ref>{{cite web|publisher=Institute of Higher Education, Shanghai Jiao Tong University |year=2004 |url= |title=Academic Ranking of World Universities 2004 |accessdate=13 May 2010 |archiveurl= |archivedate=27 November 2007 |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref> There are two religious university campuses in Canberra: Signadou in the northern suburb of [[Watson, Australian Capital Territory|Watson]] is a campus of the [[Australian Catholic University]];<ref>{{cite web | url= | title=Canberra Campus | publisher=[[Australian Catholic University]] | date=5 May 2010 | accessdate=13 May 2010|archiveurl=|archivedate=27 January 2010}}</ref> St Mark's Theological College in [[Barton, Australian Capital Territory|Barton]] is part of the secular [[Charles Sturt University]].<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Canberra School of Theology |publisher=[[Charles Sturt University]] |accessdate=23 April 2010 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl= |archivedate=30 April 2010 |df=dmy-all }}</ref>
The [[Australian Defence Force Academy]] (ADFA) and the [[Royal Military College, Duntroon]] are located in the inner-northern suburb of [[Campbell, Australian Capital Territory|Campbell]].<ref>{{cite web|url= |archivedate=8 August 2013|archiveurl=|title=Australian Defence College |publisher=[[Australian Defence College]] |accessdate=23 April 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Campbell |publisher=North Canberra Community Council |accessdate=23 April 2010|archivedate=23 April 2011|archiveurl=}}</ref> ADFA teaches military undergraduates and [[Quaternary education|postgraduates]] and includes UNSW@ADFA, a campus of the [[University of New South Wales]];<ref>{{cite web|url=|archiveurl=|archivedate=27 August 2013|title=The Program |publisher=[[Australian Defence Force Academy]] |accessdate=23 April 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Introduction |publisher=[[Australian Defence Force Academy]] |date=2 April 2009 |accessdate=23 April 2010|archiveurl=|archivedate=12 November 2009}}</ref> Duntroon provides [[Australian Army]] [[officer (armed forces)|officer]] training.<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Officer Training |publisher=Defence Jobs |accessdate=23 April 2010}}</ref> Tertiary level vocational education is also available through the multi-campus [[Canberra Institute of Technology]].<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Campus Maps |archivedate=23 August 2010|archiveurl=|publisher=[[Canberra Institute of Technology]] |date=25 February 2010 |accessdate=23 April 2010}}</ref>