|Australia at the|
2018 Commonwealth Games
|CGA||Commonwealth Games Australia|
| Medals |
|Commonwealth Games appearances (overview)|
Australia first competed at the Games, then titled the British Empire Games, in 1930; and is one of only six countries to have sent athletes to every Commonwealth Games. The others are Canada, England, New Zealand, Scotland, and Wales. Australian athletes competed for Australasia at the 1911 Festival of the Empire, the forerunner to the British Empire Games.
Five of the 21 games have been hosted by Australia, with the city of Gold Coast hosting the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Australia has placed first at 13 out of the 21 games (compared with England 7 and Canada 1) and has been in the top three for all meets except the first games in 1930.
In all but one of the 18 Commonwealth Games held so far (excluding the 1978 Games), the Australian flag bearer has gone on to win a gold medal.
Australia has hosted the Commonwealth Games on four occasions but have only won once via an international vote. That vote was for the host of the 2018 games, won by the Gold Coast.
Sydney 1938 was simply awarded.
Perth 1962 was a contest between Adelaide and Perth which Adelaide originally won at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia. Adelaide first won 13 votes to Perth's 3. Two years later that was overturned by the Australian Commonwealth Games Association prior to the 1958 British Empire Games in Cardiff, Wales. A New Vote awarded Perth with a 9 to 7 vote.
Brisbane 1982 was awarded after Lagos, Nigeria; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Birmingham, England all withdrew prior to the Bid vote that took place in Montreal, Quebec, Canada during the 1976 Summer Olympics.
Melbourne 2006 was awarded to the city after Wellington, New Zealand withdrew their bid prior to the Bid Lodgement Deadline.
|Year||Host City, State||Years Between|
|2018 Commonwealth Games||Gold Coast, Queensland||12|
|2006 Commonwealth Games||Melbourne, Victoria||24|
|1982 Commonwealth Games||Brisbane, Queensland||20|
|1962 British Empire and Commonwealth Games||Perth, Western Australia||24|
|1938 British Empire Games||Sydney, New South Wales||-|
|Year||Australian Candidate City||Winning City||Vote Tally|
|1974 Commonwealth Games||Melbourne||Christchurch||2-36|
|1998 Commonwealth Games||Adelaide||Kuala Lumpur||25-40|
Positions are calculated by the number of gold medals earned, then the number of silvers is taken into consideration and then the number of bronze.
Figures from Commonwealth Games Foundation website.Those represented in bold are the highest scoring medal tally for each individual medal.
The 2006 Games saw the highest overall medal tally, including the highest number of silver and bronze medals. The 1994 Games remains the Games with the highest number of gold medals won for Australia.
|Games||Gold||Silver||Bronze||Total||Rank||Competitors||Officials||Flag Bearer Opening||Flag Bearer Closing||Che de Mission/General Manager|
|1911 London||2||2||4||8||7||1||Richard Coombes|
|1930 Hamilton||3||4||1||8||5||9||2||Bobby Pearce||Hugh Weir|
|1934 London||8||4||2||14||3||17||2||Noel Ryan||Herbert Maxwell|
|1938 Sydney||25||19||22||66||1||158||11||Edgar 'Dunc Gray||Wilfred Kent Hughes|
|1950 Auckland||34||27||19||80||1||148||20||Mervyn Wood||Harold Wikes|
|1954 Vancouver||20||11||17||48||2||78||13||Dick Garrard||Jim Eve|
|1958 Cardiff||27||22||17||66||2||105||14||Ivan Lund||Jim Eve|
|1962 Perth||38||36||31||105||1||208||30||Tony Madigan||Edgar Tanner|
|1966 Kingston||23||28||22||73||2||101||23||David Dickson||Bill Young|
|1970 Edinburgh||36||24||22||82||1||107||25||Pam Kilborn||Michael Wenden||Arthur Tunstall|
|1974 Christchurch||29||28||25||82||1||168||34||Michael Wenden||Bill Young|
|1978 Edmonton||24||33||27||84||3||148||42|| Remo Sansonetti and |
|Tracey Wickham||Les Martyn|
|1982 Brisbane||39||39||29||107||1||208||54||Rick Mitchell||Lisa Curry||Jim Barry|
|1986 Edinburgh||40||46||35||121||3||235||69||Michael Turtur||Gael Martin||Arthur Tunstall|
|1990 Auckland||52||54||56||162||1||247||68||Lisa Curry-Kenny||Phillip Adams||Arthur Tunstall|
|1994 Victoria||87||52||43||182||1||241||92||Ian Hale||Gary Neiwand||Arthur Tunstall|
|1998 Kuala Lumpur||80||61||57||198||1||311||130||Kieren Perkins||Susan O'Neill||Don Stockins|
|2002 Manchester||82||62||63||207||1||355||131||Damian Brown||Ian Thorpe||Don Stockins|
|2006 Melbourne||84||69||68||221||1||425||168||Jane Saville||Leisel Jones||John Devitt|
|2010 Delhi||74||55||48||177||1||368||179||Sharelle McMahon||Alicia Coutts||Steve Mongehetti|
|2014 Glasgow||49||42||46||137||2||409||184||Anna Meares||Mark Knowles||Steve Mongehetti|
|2018 Gold Coast||80||59||59||198||1||Mark Knowles||Kurt Fearnley||Steve Mongehetti|
|2022 Birmingham||Future event||Petria Thomas|
Note - 1911 Games includes medals won by all Australasia athletes
Overall total of medals achieved for each individual Commonwealth Games sporting area from 1911-2018. Includes 1911 Festival of the Empire.
|Totals (29 nations)||936||777||713||2426|
|Commonwealth Games Progressive Medal Tally|
Note - 1911 Games includes medals won by all Australasia athletes
This list shows the total number of athletes, male and female, and the total sports they were selected to compete in.
Australia has won gold in the following events for each consecutive Games since the beginning of each individual streak.
Record Types listed follow this Key:
This list shows a summary of known Australian records and totals for each year and overall. A world record also covers all other records (Commonwealth, Australian and Games) but is not included in each individual tally. This also goes for each other section overlapping. The hierarchy is defined by the record key.
|WR||Cycling||4,000 m Team Pursuit (Qualifying)||Team: Graeme Brown, Peter Dawson, Mark Renshaw, Luke Roberts||4:04.034|
|WR||Cycling||4,000 m Team Pursuit||Team: Graeme Brown, Peter Dawson, Mark Renshaw, Luke Roberts||3:59.583|
|WR||Swimming||50 m Freestyle Multi Disability (Heat)||Ben Austin||27.48|
|WR||Swimming||100 m Freestyle Multi Disability (Heat)||Ben Austin||1:00.21|
|WR||Swimming||100 m Freestyle Multi Disability (Final)||Ben Austin||1:00.27|
|WR||Swimming||400 m Freestyle||Ian Thorpe||3:40.08|
|GR||Athletics||Men's 20 km Walk||Nathan Deakes||1:25.35 (hours)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 20 km Walk||Jane Saville||1:36.34 (hours)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 4 × 400 m Relay||Australia||3:25.63 (mins)|
|GR||Athletics||Men's 50 km Walk||Nathan Deakes||3:52.40 (hours)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's Marathon||Kerryn McCann||2:30.05 (hours)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's Pole Vault||Tatiana Grigorieva||4.35 (meters)|
|GR||Athletics||Men's shot put||Justin Anlezark||20.91 (meters)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's 20 km Scratch Race||Graeme Brown||24:14.660 (mins)|
|GR||Cycling||Women's 25 km Points Race||Katherine Bates||37 (points)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's 4000 m Individual Pursuit||Bradley "Brad" McGee||4:16.358 (mins)|
|GR||Cycling||Women's 500 m Time Trial||Kerrie Meares||35.084 (seconds)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's Road Race (187.2 km)||Stuart O'Grady||4:43:17 (hours)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's Road Time Trial (46.8 km)||Cadel Evans||1:00:53.50 (hours)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's Team Sprint||Australia||44.506 (seconds)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's 25 m Standard Pistol (Ind)||Lalita Yauhleuskaya||686.8 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's 25 m Standard Pistol (Team)||Australia||1150 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Men's 50 m Free Rifle-3 Position (Team)||Australia||2297 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's 50 m Rifle Prone (Ind)||Kim Frazer||588 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Skeet (Ind)||Lauryn Ogilvie||93 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Skeet (Team)||Australia||95 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Men's Trap (Team)||Australia||187 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Trap (Team)||Australia||90 (points)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 100 m Backstroke||Matt Welsh||0:54.72 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 100 m Butterfly||Geoff Huegill||0:52.36 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 100 m Butterfly||Petria Thomas||0:58.57 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 100 m Freestyle||Ian Thorpe||48.73 (seconds)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 100 m Multi Disability Freestyle||Ben Austin||(mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 200 m Butterfly||Justin Norris||1:56.95 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 200 m Freestyle||Ian Thorpe||1:44.71 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 400 m Freestyle||Ian Thorpe||3:40.08 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 400 m Individual Medley||Justin Norris||4:16.95 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 4 × 100 m Freestyle Relay||Australia||3:16.42 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 4 × 100 m Freestyle Relay||Australia||3:40.41 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 4 × 100 m Medley Relay||Australia||3:36.05 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 4 × 100 m Medley Relay||Australia||4:03.70 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 4 × 200 m Freestyle Relay||Australia||7:11.69 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 50 m Backstroke||Matt Welsh||25.65 (seconds)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 50 m Backstroke||Dyana Calub||28.98 (seconds)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 50 m Butterfly||Geoff Huegill||23.57 (seconds)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 50 m Butterfly||Petria Thomas||26.66 (seconds)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 50 m Multi Disability Freestyle||Ben Austin||(seconds)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Women's 75 kg+ Snatch||Caroline Pileggi||100.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 77 kg Snatch||Damian Brown||147.5 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 94 kg Snatch||Alex Karapetyn||167.5 (kg)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 10 km Road Walk||Jane Saville||43:57 (mins)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's 184 km Road Race||Jay Sweet||4:31:56 (hours)|
|GR||Cycling||Women's 24 km Points Race||Alayna Burns||34 (points)|
|GR||Cycling||Women's Road Race (28 km)||Anna Wilson||37:34 (mins)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's Sprint||Darryn Hill||10.533 (seconds)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Air Pistol (Ind)||Annemarie Forder||480.6 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Air Pistol (Team)||Australia||748 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Men's Smallbore Rifle 3 Position (Ind)||Timothy Lowndes||1235.3 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Smallbore Sport Rifle 3 Position (Ind)||Susan McCready||667.3 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Smallbore Sport Rifle Prone (Team)||Australia||1174 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Sport Pistol (Team)||Australia||1140 (points)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 200m Butterfly||Susie O'Neill||2:06.60 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 200m Individual Medley||Matthew Dunn||2:00.26 (mins)|
|GR||Tenpin Bowling||Women's Doubles||Australia||3678 (points)|
|GR||Tenpin Bowling||Mixed Doubles||Australia||3605 (points)|
|GR||Tenpin Bowling||Women's Singles||Cara Honeychurch||6406 (points)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 77 kg Clean and Jerk||Damian Brown||187.5 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 77 kg Combined||Damian Brown||327.5 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 94 kg Clean and Jerk||Kiril Kounev||205.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 94 kg Combined||Kiril Kounev||370.0 (kg)|
|GR||Athletics||Men's Marathon Wheelchair||Paul Wiggins||1:37.33 (hours)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's 10 Mile||Stuart O'Grady||18:50.520 (mins)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's 100 km Team Time Trial||Australia||1:53:19.13 (hours)|
|GR||Cycling||Women's 25 km Team Time Trial||Australia||1:04:03.20 (mins)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's 4000 m Team Pursuit||Australia||4:10.485 (mins)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's 40 km Points Race||Brett Aitken||38 (points)|
|GR||Cycling||Women's Road Race||Kathryn "Kathy" Watt||2:48:04.73 (seconds)|
|GR||Shooting||Fullbore Rifle Queens Prize - Open (Pair)||Australia||593 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Men's Running Target (Ind)||Bryan Wilson||657.9 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Smallbore Rifle Prone (Team)||Australia||1160 (points)|
|GR||Shooting||Women's Sport Pistol (Ind)||Christine Trefry||679.4 (points)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 100 m Breaststroke||Samantha Riley||1:08.02 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 100 m Freestyle S9||Melissa Carlton||1:09.61 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 1500 m Freestyle||Kieren Perkins||14:41.66 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 200 m Breaststroke||Samantha Riley||2:25.53 (mins)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 108 kg + Clean and Jerk||Stefan Botev||200.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 108 kg + Combined||Stefan Botev||360.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 108 kg + Snatch||Steven Kettner||165.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 108 kg Clean and Jerk||Nicu Vlad||220.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 108 kg Combined||Nicu Vlad||405.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 108 kg Snatch||Nicu Vlad||185.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 64 kg Combined||Sevdalin Marinov||277.5 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 76 kg Clean and Jerk||Damian Brown||182.5 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 83 kg Clean and Jerk||Kiril Kounev||200.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 83 kg Combined||Kiril Kounev||352.5 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 83 kg Snatch||Kiril Kounev||152.5 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 91 kg Clean and Jerk||Harvey Goodman||200.0 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 91 kg Combined||Harvey Goodman||362.5 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 91 kg Snatch||Harvey Goodman||162.5 (kg)|
|GR||Athletics||Men's Hammer Throw||Sean Carlin||75.66 (meters)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's Heptathlon||Jane Flemming||6695 (points)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's 50 km Points Race||Robert Burns||81 (points)|
|GR||Cycling||Women's Road Race (72 km)||Kathryn "Kathy" Watt||1:55:11.60 (hours)|
|GR||Shooting||Men's 50 m/Free Pistol (Team)||Australia||1106 (points)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 400 m Individual Medley||Hayley Lewis||4:42.65 (mins)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 75 kg Clean and Jerk||Ronald Laycock||177.5 (kg)|
|GR||Athletics||Men's 30 km Road Walk||Simon Francis Baker||2:07.47 (hours)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's shot put||Gael Martin (née Mulhall)||19.00 (meters)|
|GR||Rowing||Men's Eight Oared Shell||Australia||5:44.42 (mins)|
|GR||Rowing||Women's Eight Oared Shell||Australia||6:43.69 (mins)|
|GR||Rowing||Men's Lightweight Single Sculls||Peter Antonie||7:16.43 (mins)|
|GR||Rowing||Women's Lightweight Single Sculls||Adair Ferguson||7:45.49 (mins)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's Road Race (117 miles)||Phillip Anderson||4:22:34.41 (hours)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 800 m Freestyle||Tracey Wickham||8:24.62 (mins)|
|GR||Cycling||Men's Road Race (114 miles)||Clyde Sefton||5:07:16.87 (hours)|
|GR||Athletics||Men's 20 Mile Walk||Noel Freeman||2:33:33 (hours)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 110 kg + Combined||Raymond Rigby||500 (kg)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 52 kg Combined||George Vasiliades||290 (kg)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 100 Yard Dash||Dianne Burge||10.6 (seconds)|
|GR||Athletics||Men's 100 Yard Dash||Michael Van Der Velde||10.1 (seconds)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 440 Yard Run/Quarter Mile||Judith Pollock||53.0 (seconds)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 4x110 Yard Relay||Australia||45.3 (seconds)|
|GR||Athletics||Men's 880 Yard Run/Half-Mile||Noel Clough||1:46.9 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 110 Yards Breaststroke||Ian O'Brien||1:08.2 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 110 Yards Freestyle||Michael Wenden||54.0 (seconds)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 220 Yard Backstroke||Peter Reynolds||2:12.0 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 220 Yards Breaststroke||Ian O'Brien||2:29.3 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 440 Yards Freestyle||Robert Windle||4:15.0 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 440 Yards Freestyle||Kathryn Wainwright||4:38.8 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 440 Yards Freestyle Relay||Australia||3:35.6 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 440 Yards Individual Medley||Peter Reynolds||4:50.8 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 880 Yards Freestyle Relay||Australia||7:59.5 (mins)|
|GR||Weightlifting||Men's 82.5 kg Combined||George Vakakis||925.5 (pounds)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 880 Yard Run/Half-Mile||Dixie Willis||2:03.7 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 110 Yards Butterfly||Kevin Berry||0:59.5 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 110 Yards Freestyle||Dawn Fraser||0:59.5 (seconds)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 1650 Yards Freestyle||Murray Rose||17:18.1 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 220 Yards Butterfly||Kevin Berry||2:10.8 (mins)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 220 Yard Dash||Marlene Mathews-Willard||23.6 (seconds)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 80 m H||Norma Thrower||10.7 (seconds)|
|GR||Rowing||Men's Singles Sculls||Stuart Mackenzie||7:20.1 (mins)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 440 yard relay||Australia||47.9 (seconds)|
|GR||Athletics||Women's 660 Yard Relay||Australia||1:13.4 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Men's 1500 Yards Freestyle||Noel Ryan||18:25.4 (mins)|
|GR||Swimming||Women's 200 Yards Breaststroke||Clare Dennis||2:50.2 (mins)|
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