Oliver and Charlotte were the most popular baby names in Australia in 2017.
There were 2063 boys named Oliver and 1687 girls named Charlotte last year, according to analysis by demographers McCrindle.
Oliver has held the top spot since 2014 after overtaking Jack and before that William.
In 2017, Oliver was the top boy’s name in all states except in the Northern Territory where Jack is still number one.
Charlotte took out the top baby girl name in every state and territory except Western Australia, where it’s number three, beaten by Mia and Isla at number one.
About one in 10 of Australia’s 300,000 babies born in the last year were given one of the top 10 baby names:
Arthur makes a first entrance in the modern era into the top 100 baby names at 83rd along with Bodhi (93rd), Jude (94th), Asher (97th) and Leon (100th).
Aaron (98th) made a comeback into the top 100 after exiting the list in 2016 and Harley (99th) has only just continued his position in the top 100 this year, coming in at 99th.
Chase, Nathan, Christian, John, Lewis, Maxwell, Marcus and Hayden fell out of the top 100.
For girls, names making the top 100 for the first time include Freya (66th), Luna (83rd), Harlow (85th), Elena (94th) and Millie (96th).
These names enter at the expense of Paige, Alyssa, Hayley, Thea, Molly, Eve, Aisha, Alexandra, Brooklyn and Sadie.
Freya made a grand entrance in the Top 100 for the first time in six years, debuting at 66th.
Luna also made an appearance at 83rd. Luna entered not long after the birth of musician John Legend and model Chrissy Teigen’s daughter in April 2016.
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