New research has revealed Australia's most popular and least popular birthdays, and the results may shock you.
For the first time ever the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed the most common day for babies to be born in Australia.
The day was revealed as September 17.
The data was taken from ten years of birth data from 2007 to 2016, indicating the festive season is the most popular time to conceive.
Three of the five most common birthdays also fell in September.
The least popular birthday was revealed as Christmas Day, December 25. However, this result was excluding February 29, which only occurs every four years on the leap years.
ABS Director of Demography, Beidor Cho, said: 'These trends are similar in New Zealand, England and Wales, and the United States.'
'More babies are likely to be conceived around the Christmas/New Year holidays, resulting in more babies born in September and October. Fewer babies are born on public holidays, possibly a result of doctors scheduling deliveries on non-public holidays,' he continued.
Four of the five least popular birthdays, again excluding February 29, are public holidays.
Australia's 5 most popular birthdays:
1. September 17
2. April 8
3. September 23
4. September 24
5. October 1
Australia's 5 least popular birthdays:
1. February 29
2. December 25
3. December 26
4. January 1
5. January 26