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Three boat arrivals were reported from October 11 to 18, Operation Sovereign Borders Commander Australia, Maj. Gen. Angus Campbell said.
Last Friday, a boat carrying 79 people arrived at the Cocos (Keeling) Islands from Sri Lanka.
The Australian Associated Press said the Immigration Department determined none had presented reasons for coming to Australia which "required further consideration".
Some 73 had been returned to Sri Lanka and the remaining six would be returned as soon as they were deemed fit to fly.
Another 53 people from a second boat were moved to Christmas Island on Saturday, along with a further 41 from a third vessel that arrived on Thursday.
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