Circumcision rates of infants vary enormously from state to state. For example, according to Medicare stats, rates for under 6 month olds, vary from less than 2% in Tasmania up to 20% in Queensland and around 40% in Brisbane. Overall the average in Australia is about 13%. Rates tend to be higher in rural areas.
Note that the percentage of circumcised living males in Australia is a very different figure at around 50% due to most men born in the 1970s and earlier being cicumcised at birth.
The Circumcision Information Australia website
http://www.circinfo.org/ suggest in their leaflet than a national enquiry should be held to account for this variation.
Why are there such big differences between states?
What does everything think?