Australia’s Top 100 Baby Names in 2019According to data collected by McCrindle.com.au

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 It seems like we’re going to meet at least two Charlottes and Olivers in our lifetime.

The recent results released by McCrindle Research showed that Charlotte and Oliver has been at the top spot for names that parents give to their babies in the last three consecutive years. Just this year, 2,063 boys were named Oliver and 1,687 baby girls were given the name Charlotte.

Some names that made it to the top 100 were highly influenced by the British royalty as the study observed.

The baby name trends study which is done each year aims to observe how baby name trends change and the factors that influence it as this will help describe a particular era in the future.

Are you wondering if your name or bub’s name made it to the top 100? Scroll down below for the list!

Unusual but not weird baby names | Stay at Home Mum
via amazon.com

Top 100 Baby Names for Girls

1. Charlotte

2. Olivia

3. Amelia

4. Ava

5. Mia

6. Isla

7. Grace

8. Harper

9. Chloe

10. Willow

11. Zoe

12. Ella

13. Matilda

14. Emily

15. Sophie

16. Ruby

17. Isabella

18. Ivy

19. Evie

20. Evelyn

21. Sophia

22. Lily

23. Georgia

24. Aria

25. Lucy

via jeevesfloridarentals.com

26. Mila

27. Hannah

28. Sienna

29. Scarlett

30. Layla

31. Zara

32. Isabelle

33. Abigail

34. Emma

35. Audrey

36.Alice

37. Eva

38. Hazel

39. Violet

40. Ellie

41. Poppy

42. Stella

43. Emilia

44. Frankie

45. Florence

46. Sofia

47. Daisy

48. Elsie

49.  Aurora

50 Eleonor

via buzzfeed.com

Annabelle

Maya

Maddison

51. Penelope

52. Savannah

53. Elizabeth

54. Mackenzie

55. Piper

56. Rose

57. Phoebe

58. Maya

59. Ayla

60. Freya

61. Imogen

62. Luna

63. Jasmine

64. Summer

65. Harriet

66. Billie

67. Annabelle

68. Lola

69. Alexis

70 Madison

71. Maddison

72. Sarah

73. Anna

74. Indiana

75. Eloise

Unisex Baby Names | Stay at Home Mum
via womansday.com

76. Claire

77. Thea

78. Quinn

79. Olive

80. Elena

81. Eden

82. Adeline

83. Bella

84. Bonnie

85. Charlie

86. Ariana

87. Eliza

88. Addison

89. Lara

90. Victoria

91. Aaliyah

92. Chelsea

93. Heidi

94. Alyssa

95. Harlow

96. Hayley

97. Madeleine

98. Pippa

99. Millie

100. Clara

via snuglo.com

Top 100 Baby Names for Boys

1. Oliver

2. William

3. Jack

4. Noah

5. Thomas

6.James

7. Lucas

8. Henry

9.Ethan

10.Mason

11. Charlie

12. Leo

13. Harrison

14. Liam

15. Alexander

16. Hunter

17. Lachlan

18. Samuel

19. Hudson

20. Levi

21. Harry

22. Max

23. Oscar

24. Harvey

25. Elijah

Unique Unisex Baby Names | Stay At Home Mum
via sheknows.com

26. Xavier

27. Isaac

28. Cooper

29. Logan

30 Jacob

31. Benjamin

32. Joshua

33. Archie

34. Archer

35. George

36. Ryan

37. Sebastian

38. Theodore

39. Lincoln

40. Arlo

41. Jackson

42. Eli

43. Finn

44. Riley

45. Patrick

46. Daniel

47. Hugo

48. Connor

49. Jaxon

50. Luca

2017 Baby Boy Trending Names
via onmed.gr

51. Edward

52. Tyler

53. Jordan

54. Flynn

55. Kai

56. Michael

57. Zachary

58. Austin

59. Matthew

60. Darcy

61. Ashton

62. Jayden

63. Joseph

64. Aiden

65. Nate

66. Jasper

67. Caleb

68. Dylan

69. Carter

70. Luke

71. Angus

72. Hamish

73. Louis

74. Jake

75. Charles

via kidstart.co.uk

76. Owen

77. Toby

78. Blake

79. Adam

80. Beau

81. Muhammad

82. Gabriel

83. Arthur

84. Nicholas

85. Ali

86. Sonny

87. Spencer

88. Ryder

89. Parker

90. Felix

91. Fletcher

92. Vincent

93. Bodhi

94. Jude

95. Nathaniel

96. Dominic

97. Sher

98. Aaron

99. Harley

100. Leon

If you want to know more about the study, click here.

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