Australia country information
Australia is a very large island with thousands of secondary islands.
Australia is bordered by the Indian and Pacific oceans. It is separated from Indonesia by the Arafura and Timor seas and from New Zealand by the Tasmanian sea.
To the west there is a vast sloping plateau, marked by a few mountain ridges, which reaches the central plains called Great Artesian Basin, Murray and Darling Basin, Lake Eyre Basin.
The Great Dividing Range in Australia borders Australia on the east side, separating a low coastal plain from the rest of the country. The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef stretching across greater Queensland.
Australia has 6 states named as follows:
- New South Wales
- South Australia
- Western Australia
Australia is a country with an area close to 7686850 km² and a population of just over 21515754 people. Australia belongs to the continent of Oceania. Its ALPHA2 code is AU and ALPHA3 code is AUS.
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