Was New Zealand once a name for Australia?
No. An early name for Australia was New Holland. It is thought that the name New Zealand may have been a reference to this as both Holland and Zealand (Zeeland) are parts of what is now called the Netherlands.
The Tasman Sea is the name of the stretch of ocean between Australia and New Zealand.
James Cook only travelled to New Zealand and Australia once.
Australia and New Zealand are separated by the Tasman Sea
There is no New Zealand "aborigine". The aboriginal people are native to Australia. The people native to New Zealand are Maori.
Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Ireland were all once part of the British Empire, as they were British colonies. Australia, New Zealand and Canada are now all members of the Commonwealth of Nations. Ireland is not a member of the Commonwealth of nations.
What were New Zealand and Australia for the British
No, Australia discovered New Zealand.
The name given collectively to Australia, New Zealand and surrounding islands is Oceania. It is not considered a continent but instead is a region or the world.
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They were once all part of the British empire
The name of water in between New Zealand and Australia is the Tasman Sea.
Non. There are no countries in those countries. The countries of New Zealand an Australia occupy all the land area of the continent and island of that name.
New Zealand is not in a continent: it is an island country. Australia is a nation and a continent, but the continent of Australia does not incorporate New Zealand. New Zealand is part of the mostly submerged continent Zealandia, which is not commonly recognised as one of the continents of the world, precisely because it is submerged. The continent of Australia is a recognised continent. The region including Australia and New Zealand is sometimes referred… Read More
No. Australia and New Zealand are different countries.
Both Australia and New Zealand were once British colonies They are both within the region of Australasia and Oceania (neither of which are continents) Both have very unique wildlife (marsupials in Australia and birds in New Zealand) Both countries have English as their official language
Yes the Australasian shoveler, kuruwhengu, New Zealand shoveler, Anas Rhynchotis (or whatever name you like to call it) is native to New Zealand as well as Australia.
Yes, New Zealand is a close neighbour of Australia.
In Australia we consider New Zealand to be another country.
Australia is a lot closer to New Zealand.
No, New Zealand is not a part of Australia. I know this because New Zealand wouldn't have a capital if it were part of Australia. though, New Zealand is part of Oceania, which, includes Australia, and many other islands far and near between them. New Zealand and Australia are different countries and are separated by the Tasman Sea.
It was once joined to Africa, Antartica, Australia and maybe some more
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no new zealand is not in Australia whoever asked that question is a dimwit 1 they spelt Australia wrong and 2 its pretty obvios that new zealand is not in Australia
"Australasia" combines NZ, Australia and some Pacific Islands.
new zealand is on it own about 3hours flight from Australia
Australia is very large in area relative to New Zealand.
No. Australia is the continent of Australia, and no other country. New Zealand is not part of the Australian continent.
No. You could drop New Zealand in the middle of Australia and nobody come across it for weeks. New Zealand is about 1/30th the size of Australia.
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Australia or New Zealand
New Zealand was never a state of Australia. New Zealand was briefly (for one year: 1840) a dependency of the colony of New South Wales in Australia, but this was before either New Zealand or Australia were regarded as separate nations. The Commonwealth of Australia was established in 1901. New Zealand declined to become a member, and became a British Dominion in 1907.
Most of them do. There are some that belong to New Zealand and once you go close to Paupa New Guinna then they don't belong to Australia.
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The Tasman Sea lies between Australia and New Zealand.
New Zealand is east-southeast from Australia.
The Tasman sea lies between Australia and New Zealand.
Australia is 7,692,024 km2 in area while New Zealand is 270,467 km2. This means Australia is about 28.5 times larger than New Zealand.
In general, New Zealand is more mountainous and geologically active than Australia. New Zealand is much smaller than Australia, and has no deserts.
New Zealand Answer: Australia occupies the entire continent. New Zealand is a separate country, not part of Australia.
New Zealand is generally south east of Australia. About 3,000Ks south east of Australia.
It is known as the Southern Ocean, and lies between Australia and the Antarctic.
No. Emus are native to Australia, and New Zealand is not part of Australia. New Zealand is better known for flightless birds such as the kiwi and the kakapo.
New Zealand and Australia have distinct currencies. Australia has the Australian Dollar and New Zealand has the New Zealand Dollar. They are not interchangeable or usable in both countries and they have differing values.
New Guinea is 150 km from mainland Australia. New Zealand is 1250 km from mainland Australia.
Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea
* England (once) * Australia (twice) * South Africa (twice) * New Zealand (once)
New Zealand was once part of the supercontinent Gondwanaland, along with Australia, New Guinea, Africa, South America, Antarctica, Madagascar, Arabia and the Indian subcontinent.
New Zealand is closer to the South Pole than is Australia.
Yes. New Zealand is a separate country which lies to the southeast of Australia.