Victoria’s population has hit 6 million, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today. （过去分词作后置定语）
ABS acting director of demography Phil Browning says that in the year ending March 31, 2016, Victoria grew by 1.9 per cent, adding an extra 114,900 people to the population.（第一个doing 是现在分词作后置定语；第二个doing 是分词作伴随状语，补充说明）
“This is the fastest population growth for Victoria since 2009 and is well above Australia’s growth rate of 1.4 per cent,” he says.
“New South Wales was the next fastest state, increasing by 1.4 per cent. Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory were not far behind, with both growing at 1.3 per cent.”（ with 伴随结构）
Net overseas migration was the main contributor to growth(PTE大作文essay因果类文章) in Victoria, adding 62,800 people to the population over the year. The remainder of Victoria’s population change was explained by(PTE大作文essay因果类文章经典句式) natural increase (+37,600) and net interstate migration (+14,500).
“The last time Victoria was growing this fast, back in 2009, the breakdown of Victoria’s growth was different, with net overseas migration at 84,200, natural increase 34,600 and a net interstate migration inflow of just 500 people.” （with 结构，补充，省略句）
The Victorian population is projected to reach （PTE口语对将来的预测）7 million in 2024.
Overall, Australia’s population grew by 327,600 people (1.4 per cent) to reach 24 million by the end of March 2016.
Net overseas migration added 180,800 people to the population (2 per cent higher than the previous year) and accounted for 55 per cent of Australia’s total population growth（(PTE口语Describe Image比例类）.
Natural increase contributed 146,800 additional people to Australia’s population, （省略句，省略了 which was）made up of 304,300 births (1.6 per cent lower than the previous year) and 157,500 deaths (1.7 per cent higher).
Over the year, net overseas migration was the major contributor to population change in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania, whilst natural increase was the major contributor in all other states and territories. (whilst 比较正式)