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Australia Overview

Australia is the only country in the world that is both a country and a continent. Australia spans three time zones, and is the world’s sixth largest country with an area almost as large as the United States, and 17 times larger than Sweden. Capital: Canberra Biggest city: Sydney State: federal monarchy within the Commonwealth […]

Lord Howe Archipelago (World Heritage)
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Lord Howe Archipelago (World Heritage)

The archipelago, 700 km northeast of Sydney, is of volcanic origin. It has extensive coral reefs and a large number of endemic plant species. The important bird sanctuary with the extremely rare Lord Howe wood rail, a flightless bird that only occurs there, is subject to strict nature conservation rules. Visit health-beauty-guides.com for Oceania climate. Lord […]

Australia Economy Overview
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Australia Economy Overview

ECONOMY: GENERAL INFORMATION Having long remained a land of exploitation that supplied agricultural and mining products to Great Britain, over the years Australia has created more solid structures; although it has not entirely lost its character as a land of colonization (exports are still largely represented by unprocessed products such as iron and coal, meat, […]

Australia Agriculture
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Australia Agriculture, Forestry, Livestock and Fishing

As a country located in Oceania according to itypeauto, Australia constitutes a federal state within the Commonwealth British; It is made up of 6 federated states (one of which is insular, Tasmania), in addition to the Northern Territory and the Federal District in which the capital is located and Jervis Bay. The islands Ashmore and […]

Australia Culture Overview
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Australia Culture Overview

PREHISTORY Two lithic traditions distinguish Australia’s oldest prehistory. The first, called ” Core-tool and scraper Tradition ” (Core-tool and scraper Tradition), is characterized by artifacts obtained essentially from pebbles (choppers and chopping tools, nucleiform scrapers and splinters of varying sizes), exemplified by industry from the lower levels of the Lake Mungo site. Blades and splinters […]

Australia Environment
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Australia Environment

TERRITORY: ENVIRONMENT From the floristic point of view, as a country located in Oceania according to globalsciencellc, Australia is home to characteristic and unique species, the result of specific adaptations as well as long isolation from other continental areas; the biogeographical border with southern Asia, with which it communicates through the Australian island bridge, corresponds […]

Australia Morphology
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Australia Morphology and Hydrography

TERRITORY: MORPHOLOGY While representing just 5% of the land surface, as a country located in Oceania according to holidaysort, Australia has a structure substantially the same as that of the continents. That is, it has an archaic shield, rigid and stable, originating from the fragmentation of Gondwana, formed by crystalline rocks (granite and gneiss) and […]

Australia Population
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Australia Population

TERRITORY: HUMAN GEOGRAPHY. THE POPULATION Australia has not given fossil remains of Hominids presapiens to date ; rare are also the bone finds prior to the third millennium BC. C., despite the multiplication of the discoveries of prehistoric sites with remarkable lithic industry equipment, the oldest of which dates back to ca. 36,000 years ago […]

Australia Population and Language
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Australia Population and Language

Australia is sparsely populated and the residents are very unevenly spread geographically. Two thirds of the country is largely uninhabited and a significant area is sparsely populated rural. Four-fifths of the residents live in cities and towns along the east and south coasts and around Perth in the southwest. After a downturn in the 1990s, […]

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Transportation in Melbourne

Public transportation Melbourne’s network of public transport from bus, tram and train connections is called Metlink (Tel: 13 16 38, only in Australia; Internet: www.metlinkmelbourne.com.au) There are uniform tickets for all three modes of transport. Most residents use the extensive tram network. Trams stop at numbered stops, which are often on platforms in the middle of the street. To […]