What does Australia have?
Australia has many things:
- A population of just 23 million in a continent that covers about 7 659 861 sq km.
- The largest number of native marsupials of any continent.
- Six states, two mainland territories and seven external (offshore) territories.
- The world's only monotremes, or egg-laying mammals, the platypus and the echidna (Papua New Guinea also has a species of echidna)
- Unusual features such as Uluru/Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta and Mt Augustus.
- Over 208 species of frogs but no native toads.
- Introduced animals, such as the rabbit, cane toad, fox, feral cat, camel, feral pig, etc which have caused endless destruction of native habitats and the decimation of native fauna and flora species.
- Unique man-made features such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.
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Australia is located in the southern hemisphere: that is why it is sometimes called "Down Under". The Australian continent is positioned between the Pacific and the Indian Oce…ans, south of Asia. It is south of Papua New Guinea, northwest of New Zealand and north of Antarctica. It is surrounded by numerous oceans and seas: . 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 the northeast is the Coral Sea
Australia is an island continent of 7,686,850 sq km. It is divided into six states and two territories (Tasmania being an island state). The country of Australia fits exactly …into the continent of Australia. Australia has no borders with any other country and does not contact any other continent. It is a mostly arid continent and the majority of the population lives along the east and south-east coasts, where the water is. Australia's nearest neighbours are New Zealand to the east, Papua New Guinea to the north and Indonesia to the west. Australia is a part of the geographical region known as Oceania which also includes New Zealand, Papua and many of the south-west Pacific island nations. Australia is on the Australian continent. The nation bears the same name as the continent, and is the only country on that actual continent. Australia is a country. As of 2014, the estimated population ofAustralia is 23,493,715.
Fraser island climb the sydney harbour bridge botony bay kings canyon outback brisbane melbourne sydney opra house view from sydney tower tallest building in sydney caines gre…at barrier reaf have your picture taken with a kowala picnic in national parks sydney's botanical gardens and lots more Basically the same things you can do in any western country As well as visit the Australian countryside and sea side where we have some of the worlds most unique wild life Forrest's, Deserts and sea life. It is a great place for everything from an adventure with real risks to a comfortable holiday among people that are friendly and used to dealing with persons from many different cultures.
Kangaroos and Wombats, People, big buildings, roads - you choose Don't forget Dingos, Wallabies, Crows, Red Back Spiders, Pubs, Beer...
different culture and sport thy do so it is different
Australia, an ally of the US, sent troops to Vietnam.
people from australia are called Australians, like the US australiais a melting pot of different cultures, mostly decendants of POME'S(Prisoners Of Mother England, criminals s…ent to Australia in the16th and 17th century due to the overcrowded jails) The originalpeople of australia were the Aboriginals, many were murdered whenthe english landed, and the mixed race children were taken away, itis really interesting, the aboriginals were looked down on, i alsorecommend watching 'the sapphires' an australian movie about anaboriginal banmd during the vietnam war, it glosses overalot ofthese themes.
Australia has many things which are not found elsewhere. This includes animals such as platypuses, wombats, potoroos, pademelons, bettongs, quokkas, marsupials moles and so on…. it includes bis such as lyrebirds, bowerbirds, rosellas, brolgas and lorikeets. it also includes many species of venomous snakes. Other things which are not found anywhere else include both natural and man-made landmarks such as Uluru, Kata-Tjuta, the Bungle Bungles, Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Pacific; Southern Hemisphere
By ship and by areoplane are the most logical ways. . Admittedly, bark canoe has been attempted.
1) Monotremes- egg laying mammals. There are only two of these in the world, and they are both native to Australia - the echidna and the platypus.
Australia has many things that are not found anywhere else: . native marsupials such as koalas, wombats, kangaroos, potoroos, Tasmanian devils, quokkas, bilbies, etc . nati…ve monotremes such as the platypus and the short-beaked echidna . unique sea creatures such as the leafy seadragon . land features such as the world's two largest monoliths (Uluru and Mt Augustus) . Man-made features such as the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge . Certain plants such as the Sturt Desert Pea, Sturt desert Rose and Kangaroo Paw
platypuses . bilbies . quokkas . lyrebirds . Uluru (Ayers Rock) . The Sydney Opera House . The Sydney Harbour Bridge . The Great Barrier Reef . Stockman's Hall of Fa…me (Longreach)
In New Zealand
Australia has vast tracts of sandy desert and stony desert. It alsohas cities with over one million people, which New Zealandoesn'tnot have. It has native marsupials such as …koalas, wombats, marsupial moles,Tasmanian devils and numbats. It also has the world's only twomonitremes, or egg-laying mammals: the platypus and the echidna. Australia has numerous venomous snakes, and scorpions, neither ofwhich are seen in New Zealand.
We have Australia now because it was colonised by the British in1788.