Advertisement

The Most Popular Baby Names In Australia For 2019 Have Been Revealed

Want to give your baby a 'unique' name? Maybe don't go for these in 2020.

Depending on how you look at it, the lists, released by Baby Centre, could be a source of inspiration for what's trending or names to stay clear of if you don't want your child share the same name as others in their grade.

The data was collected from names parents visiting the website had registered as their top baby name picks and named the top 100 names for girls as well as boys.

"This year's list reflects how fickle Australian parents can be in their choices," the website stated.

We've also studied the movers and shakers in the chart to uncover which boys' and girls' names are hot, or not, with Australian parents in 2019.

Amelia has been named in the number one spot, taking the position away from last year's winner, Ava, which fell to number three.

Isla came in second with the ever popular Charlotte, showcasing our royal inspiration, took number three in 2019.

Life

READ MORE

The 20 'Worst' Baby Names Of 2019 (That Parents Actually Gave Their Kids)

Shots have been fired about the 'worst' names parents have given their children this year.

Sophia, which was named globally as last year's most popular girls' name, sits at number nine in Australia.

Olivia fell slightly from their positions last year but still held a spot in the top 10, with Olivia coming in at number five and Mia at number six.

Lily, Willow and Zoe also rose in popularity when compared to last year to take spots in the top 10 as well.

You can see the full girls' list below:

Top 100 girls' names of 2019 according to babycenter.com.au

  1. Amelia
  2. Isla
  3. Charlotte
  4. Ava
  5. Olivia
  6. Mia
  7. Lily
  8. Willow
  9. Sophia
  10. Zoe
  11. Evie
  12. Ivy
  13. Harper
  14. Ella
  15. Ruby
  16. Isabella
  17. Layla
  18. Isabelle
  19. Matilda
  20. Chloe
  21. Sophie
  22. Aria
  23. Zara
  24. Grace
  25. Sienna
  26. Evelyn
  27. Mila
  28. Lucy
  29. Emily
  30. Frankie
  31. Scarlett
  32. Riley
  33. Abigail
  34. Mackenzie
  35. Charlie
  36. Maddison
  37. Georgia
  38. Audrey
  39. Hazel
  40. Madeline
  41. Poppy
  42. Lyla
  43. Aaliyah
  44. Hannah
  45. Ayla
  46. Eva
  47. Emma
  48. Violet
  49. Eleanor
  50. Hayley
  51. Elsie
  52. Alice
  53. Ariana
  54. Florence
  55. Aurora
  56. Ellie
  57. Penelope
  58. Millie
  59. Piper
  60. Daisy
  61. Luna
  62. Marley
  63. Maya
  64. Indie
  65. Freya
  66. Kiara
  67. Sadie (new)
  68. Macie
  69. Skylar
  70. Annabelle
  71. Eliza
  72. Hallie (new)
  73. Stella
  74. Savannah
  75. Billie
  76. Aubrey
  77. Claire
  78. Summer
  79. Harriet
  80. Remi (new)
  81. Imogen
  82. Jasmine
  83. Olive
  84. Lola
  85. Mikayla
  86. Nora (new)
  87. Bonnie
  88. Eden (new)
  89. Lara (new)
  90. Everly (new)
  91. Lexi
  92. Maggie (new!)
  93. Maia
  94. Thea
  95. Eloise
  96. Alexis
  97. Addison
  98. Harlow
  99. Indiana
  100. Paige

When it comes to boys' names, Oliver has kept its position at the number one baby name for an incredible eight year in a row.

Names beginning with the letter "L" showed great popularity, including Leo, Lucas and Luca.

Life

READ MORE

The Wild List Of Baby Names That'll Be Popular In 2020 Has Been Revealed

You probably haven't heard of most of them but having a unique baby name is clearly still a top priority for a number of expectant parents.

Noah, Charlie and Henry also took out top positions and rose in popularity when compared to last year.

While maintaining positions in the top 10, Jack, William and Thomas fell in popularity from their spots in 2018.

You can see the full boys' list below:

Top 100 boys' names of 2019 according to babycenter.com.au

  1. Oliver
  2. Noah
  3. Leo
  4. Lucas
  5. Jack
  6. Charlie
  7. William
  8. Henry
  9. Luca
  10. Thomas
  11. Jackson
  12. Liam
  13. Mason
  14. Max
  15. Elijah
  16. Harrison
  17. Hunter
  18. Hudson
  19. Ethan
  20. James
  21. Archie
  22. Isaac
  23. Levi
  24. Archer
  25. Xavier
  26. Oscar
  27. Lachlan
  28. Harvey
  29. Connor
  30. George
  31. Logan
  32. Lincoln
  33. Alexander
  34. Theodore
  35. Arlo
  36. Harry
  37. Sebastian
  38. Riley
  39. Aiden
  40. Eli
  41. Cooper
  42. Louis
  43. Carter
  44. Finn
  45. Jacob
  46. Kai
  47. Samuel
  48. Arthur
  49. Benjamin
  50. Joshua
  51. Theo
  52. Jordan
  53. Hugo
  54. Kayden
  55. Jayden
  56. Michael
  57. Ashton
  58. Sonny
  59. Ryan
  60. Patrick
  61. Flynn
  62. Zayn
  63. Muhammad
  64. Austin
  65. Hamish (new)
  66. Beau
  67. Kobe (new)
  68. Ollie
  69. Bodhi
  70. Elliot
  71. Ezra
  72. Angus
  73. Owen (new)
  74. Tyler
  75. Jasper
  76. Miles (new)
  77. Parker
  78. Spencer
  79. Ari
  80. Dominic (new)
  81. Nate
  82. Fletcher (new)
  83. Luke (new)
  84. Wyatt
  85. Edward
  86. Mateo (new)
  87. Zac
  88. Darcy
  89. Grayson
  90. River (new)
  91. Xander
  92. Blake
  93. Leon (new)
  94. Toby
  95. Christian (new)
  96. Felix (new)
  97. Phoenix (new)
  98. Alex (new)
  99. Asher
  100. Caleb

Notable newcomers for the girls' were Sadie, Hallie, Remi, Nora, Eden, Lara and Everly, while for the boys' Hamish, Kobe, Owen, Miles, Dominic, Fletcher and Luke.

Featured image: Getty