Refugee and asylum seeker policy has been dividing the Australian public and our political class for decades.
Meanwhile, the government is keen for us to know as little as possible about "on water matters".
Do these countries have more or less refugees living in them per capita than Australia?
Guess which one had more refugees per capita in 2014 (excluding asylum seekers applying for refugee status).
Australia has more refugees.
The United States are home to more than 267,000 refugees, but in a population of over 300 million, that's less than 1 per 1000 people.
Russia has more refugees.
Russia has 1.64 refugees living in it per 1000 people.
Germany has more refugees.
Germany was home to almost 217,000 refugees in 2014, or 2.6 per 1000 people.
The United Kingdom has more refugees.
With 117,000 refugees, the United Kingdom has around 1.9 refugees per 1000 people.
Armenia has more refugees.
Armenia has a refugee population of 5.95 per 1000 people.
Norway has more refugees.
Norway has even more refugees living in it: 9.6 per 1000 people.
Lebanon has more refugees.
Lebanon has the highest population of refugees per capita in the world, with more than 265 refugees per 1000 people in the country.
Belgium has more refugees.
Belgium is less generous than that, but still has around 2.7 refugees per 1000 people.
Iraq has more refugees.
Iraq's refugee population is high, there are more than 271,000 refugees living there, around 8.75 per 1000 people.
Nauru has more refugees.
Nauru has a tiny population, but still had 389 refugees in 2014. That's 38.8 refugees per 1000 people.