Most couples spent around 11 minutes on foreplay, and the average length of our love-making is 12.2 minutes - while the average Australian has had 10 different sexual partners.
One in 10 Australians also wait until they're hitched before having sex - but almost the same amount of people have sex on the first date.
"There's a huge amount of variety," said sexologist Jacqueline Hellyer.
"But some of the statistics in this survey are interesting - for instance, the number of people who do unusual things like swinging or so forth are in the single-digit percentages, and about 30 per cent of people actually wanted more tenderness."
Making the move
According to the survey, 58 per cent of people would like their partner to initiate sex more frequently.
"It's so nice to feel desired and wanted by your partner, so if you're the one who's always initiating, you never get to experience that," Hellyer said.
"If you're the partner who isn't initiating so much, I always say that you don't have to be 'in the mood' to initiate. What you're initiating is a connection.
"A lot of people think they have to wait for that horny feeling and then they'll initiate. But you can initiate by spending time and connecting intimately. Then the mood can grow."
More laughter in the bedroom
The results from the survey also revealed that people wanted more laughter in the bedroom.
"Sex is playtime for grown-ups," Hellyer said.
"It's a time where you release and you can let go and have fun with your partner. That's why it's called play."
This article originally appeared on 7News