Is Australia east or west of Australia?
Australia is in Australia. And therefore neither east nor west of itself. If that makes any sense. It's abundantly clear that your question does not.
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From the most eastern point of Australia, Cape Byron in New South Wales, to the most western point of Australia, Steep Point in Western Australia, is a distance of almost 4,00…0km (2485 miles). See the related link for the source.
Yes it can. It can because the Earth is round and it depends which way you are looking at it.
Australia is in the Southern and Eastern hemispheres.
From Australia's easternmost point of Cape Byron to its westernmostpoint of Steep Point is a distance of almost 4000 km, which isaround 2485 miles.
It's about a 5 hour flight.
Indian Ocean to the west and south, and to the east-Pacific.
If you look at a flat picture of a map of the world it is west.
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Its in Australia in New South Wales
Neither. Melbourne is on the southern coast of Australia. It lies in the southeastern quadrant of the continent.
From Australia's easternmost point of Cape Byron to its westernmost point of Steep Point is a distance of almost 4000 km.
Generally South-West, most directly.