Top 100 Baby Names in 2017

Top 100:
Top 100 Boy and Girl names of 2015 in Australia
Top 100 Boy and Girl names of 2014 in Australia
Top 100 Boy and Girl names of 2013 in Australia


Top 10:
Australia's Top 10 baby names by state recorded for 2015
Click here to see the most frequently used baby names in the year 2014 in Australia

Top Movers
Baby names: top movers of 2014



Here are some of our other lists we have compiled:
* 8 top baby name trends for 2015
* Australia's top baby names of 2013
* Unusual Baby Names of 2013
* Baby names inspired by TV and movies of 2013
* Top Baby Names of babies born in Australia in 2012
* Top baby name predictions for 2012
* Top Baby Names of babies born in Australia in 2011
* Top Baby Names of babies born in Australia in 2010
* Top Baby Names of babies born in Australia in 1980
* Top Baby Names of babies born in Australia in 1940

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Baby names out of action in just a generation or two

Suzi Catchpole The names you grew up with are now missing in action. Where are all the babies named Melissa and Mark?

Top 100 boy and girl baby names of 2015

Staff writers From Oliver to Fletcher, Charlotte to Peyton, here are the most popular baby names for 2015.

Most unusual baby names of 2015

Staff writers There is no danger of these names knocking monikers of the moment like Charlotte, Olivia or William out of top place, that's for sure.

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The bias behind 'unisex' baby name trends

KASEY EDWARDS It used to just be one of those quirks reserved for celebrities, but now giving baby girls a traditional boy name is on trend.

The 26 most popular names of geniuses

AMY CROFFEY Researchers found that Mary and John are the most popular male and female names of academics.

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Irish baby names

Suzi Catchpole Having a March baby? Got Irish heritage? We've got Irish baby names, from the quirky to the traditional, plus our top picks just for you.

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8 top baby name trends for 2015

LETITIA ROWLANDS The Anzac Centenary and the birth of a royal baby will be among the events that are likely to inspire parents facing the job of naming their baby this year.

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Baby names: top movers of 2014

Staff writers The top 10 baby names list may not have changed much since 2013, but the rest of the top 100 has had a shake-up.

Traditional vs unique

Richie Young Are traditional names a thing of the past? Following in the celebs' footsteps, more and more parents are being daring when naming their babies. How do you decide which way to go?

Baby names on the verge of the top 1000

Pamela Redmond Satran What about the baby names right below the top 1000, hiding just out of sight?

Rock 'n' roll baby! Musical names for your baby

Suzi Catchpole If it's a cool musical name you're after for your baby, stop right here.

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Hot baby name trends for 2014

LETITIA ROWLANDS Pregnant and looking for a name for your baby, or just interested in the latest naming fashions? You might like to check out our predictions for the baby naming trends of 2014.

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The quest for a baby name

KATE FRIDKIS I spent the entire evening on my computer, reading lists of thousands of names. My daughter needed a name!

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Top baby names from around the world in 2013

We've collected the most popular baby names for boys and girls from around the world in 2013.

A no-stress guide to baby names

MCT There's no way around it - every baby needs a name. It isn't always an easy decision, but with these tips it can be a fun one.

Bizarre, cruel and strangely sweet Puritanical names

Joseph Norwood Fly-fornication, Humiliation, Dust, and Jolly ... perhaps the Puritans' greatest gift to history is their wonderfully strange taste in names.

Top 100 boy and girl baby names of 2014

Staff writers From Adam to Xavier, Aaliyah to Zoe, here are the most popular baby names for 2014.

Size does matter for baby names

NICKY PHILLIPS Your name may have been chosen by your parents, but a new study says there's a chance evolution had a say too.

Unusual celebrity baby names

Celebrities love to use their imaginations when it comes to naming their kids! Here's a gallery of some of the most memorable monikers in show biz families.

Symmetry is the latest baby name trend

Melody McCabe The new word for all I-want-my-baby's-name-to-be-different parents is 'palindrome appellation'. In plain English, that's a name that reads the same backwards as forwards.

Baby name checklist

Richie Young Whilst your child can change their name by deed poll in the future, it's probably not what you want to envision when thinking suitable names. Here's six points to consider as you're narrowing down your shortlist.

Beating baby name anxiety

Donna Webeck For some parents, naming a baby is a challenging but fun process. For others, it just brings anxiety and stress. But there are ways to cope with the indecision and decide on a name you're happy with.

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Search thousands of baby boy and baby girls names online with Essential Baby. With over 22,000 baby names to choose from, Essential Baby offers all the information and resources you need to find the perfect baby name to suit your family. Some of the current popular and traditional baby names that have consistently appeared in the Australian top 100 lists of baby names over the years include Jack, William, Joshua, Lachlan, Thomas, James and Cooper for boy names and Mia, Chloe, Charlotte, Isabella, Emily, Olivia, Sophie, Jessica and Hannah for girls names.

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'My mum doesn't seem that interested in my baby'

Q: My mother and I have always been close, but now that I have a baby, she has not helped out as much as I thought she would.

This mum has donated over 2,000 litres of breast milk

The mother-of-two was diagnosed with hyper-lactation.

New guidelines: "Bottle-feeding mums need support too"

Breast is best, but mums who can't, or choose not to breastfeed need support too.

Call to teach kids about breastfeeding at school

The aim is to increase breastfeeding rates and reduce stigma.

Dads also struggle to 'have it all', study finds

Men and women both experience work-family conflict.

'Working for nothing': Childcare crisis pushes Sydney parents to the brink

Most parents are experiencing substantial difficulties with the financial burden and lack of availability of childcare, as costs have more than doubled for some families in just over a decade.

Language development may start in the womb

Study found babies can recognise foreign languages before birth.

Paying $2.50 for a babycino? This is why...

Aren't babycinos just a bit of froth? Not so, it seems...

I'm a stay-at-home mum who's an awful housewife

"Hey, come here a second," my mum said as she replaced the book in my hands with a wooden spoon covered in what I prayed was red sauce. Together, we walked into the kitchen and hovered over the skillet like we were peering into a crystal ball. Looking into my future, I saw me eating a lot of take away.

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