Is Australia east or west of Australia?

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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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What is the width of Australia from east to west?

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 4,000km (2485 miles). See the related link for the source.

North east corner of Australia?

The state in the northeastern quadrant of Australia is Queensland.Brisbane is the biggest city in Queensland, and, like the US stateof Florida, Queensland is known as the "Sunshine State".

What is the time difference between the east and the west of Australia?

On standard time, Western Standard Time is 2 hours behind Eastern Standard Time. During Daylight Saving Time, the different states vary widely in the time difference because some observe it, and others don't. Also, the start and end dates vary between states, so there is no one answer.

How wide is Australia east to west and north to south?

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 4100 kilometres.. From the most northerly point in Australia, the tip of Cape York in Queensland, to the southernmost point of the Aust (MORE)

Why is there South Australia and Western Australia but no North Australia or East Australia?

When Captain Cook charted the eastern coast of Australia in 1770,it never occurred to him to call it Eastern Australia, because thename "Australia" had not even been thought of yet. He named it NewSouth Wales, as it reminded him of southern Wales. When theVictorian and Queensland colonies separated (MORE)

Who gets the most rain the east or west coast of Australia?

Australia's east coast gets considerably more rain than the western coast. This is the same as several other major continents. The east coast of Australia faces the Pacific Ocean, which has warmer sea temperatures than the Indian Ocean in the west. The simplest explanation here is that rain forms t (MORE)

What is the east coastline in Australia?

The East coastline of Australia is made up of Victoria's coast in the south then New South Wales and ending with the coast of Queensland in the north. the east coast looks onto the Pacific ocean also called the Tasman sea in this area.

How long is the east coastline of Australia?

The eastern coastline of mainland Australia is approximately 3180km in length, from Cape York in the far north to South Point in thesouth. This does not include the eastern coast of Tasmania.

Is Australia east or west of prime meridian?

The prime meridian divides the earth into eastern and westernhemispheres, just as the equator divides it into northern andsouthern hemispheres. Australia is to the east of the primemeridian and is considered to be in the eastern hemisphere.

Is Australia east of west of of the prime meridian?

Since the earth is shaped like a sphere (a ball), you can get anywhere you want to be by going either direction from the Prime Meridian. In the case of Australia, the trip will a little shorter if you head to the east.

The north east capital of Australia?

There is no "north east" capital of Australia. However, the capital of Queensland, which makes up much of the northeast quadrant of the country, is Brisbane.

What is east of Australia?

The only thing directly east of Australia, apart from the Pacific Ocean, is New Caledonia. . However, New Zealand lies slightly south-east from the eastern coast of Australia, across the Tasman Sea which separates the two land masses. This is, most likely, the answer you are looking for.

Who were the first men to cross Australia from east to west?

Aborigines some 40 000 years ago However, if the question refers to the first European explorers, credit is generally given to Edward John Eyre, who crossed from South Australia to Albany in the west in 1840-1841. He was the one who made the first overland crossing, in horrendous conditions, with (MORE)

Who were the first explorers to cross Australia from east to west?

Credit for the first European explorers to cross Australia fromeast to west is generally given to Edward John Eyre, who crossedfrom South Australia to Albany in the west in 1840-1841. He was theone who made the first overland crossing, in horrendous conditions,with just one loyal aboriginal guide, a (MORE)

How did Australia help east timor?

With defence infrastructure ETC However Australia makes more Out of East timor then it lets on Nd has never been one to do them any sincere favours.

Is Australia east of the prime meridian?

Since the earth is shaped like a sphere (a ball), you can get anywhere you want to be by going either direction from the Prime Meridian. In the case of Australia, the trip will a little shorter if you head to the east.

Is Sydney Australia in east coast Australia?

Yes. Sydney is located in Port Jackson, on the eastern coast ofAustralia. It is the capital of New South Wales, and was the siteof the first official European settlement on the continent.

What is north south east west of Australia?

West of Australia is the Indian Ocean and to the east is the Pacific Ocean . . South of Tasmania and Australia's southern coastline is the Southern Ocean . . North of Australia are the Timor and Arafura seas . To the southeast, between Australia and New Zealand, is the Tasman Sea . To (MORE)

Is Australia a far east country?

Australia is a country and a continent to the south east of Asia. . Australia is located in the Southern Hemisphere, lying to the south of Southeast Asia, and dividing the Indian and South Pacific Oceans.