What is the famous coach service that operated in inland Australia from 1853 to 1924?
This coach service was known as Cobb & Co.
Charles Sturt was sure there had to be an inland sea in Australia. Even though he solved the riddle of the westward-flowing rivers (which, unlike rivers on other continents, did not flow towards the coast), and found that the inland river system did not lead to an inland sea, this was something Sturt continued to search for. Fifteen years after his major expedition which traced the Murray River, Sturt still believed there had to be…
No. Charles Sturt could not find something that did not exist. Australia has no inland sea. Sturt remained convinced for most of his life that Australia's interior should hold an inland sea. After all, the other major continents had inland seas. Australia could only boast extensive salt lakes and salt pans.
The most drought-prone areas are the areas inland from the coast. Drought hits all areas of Australia (including the coast) but drought is more prevalent in inland Queensland, NSW, Victoria, Northern Territory and throughout South Australia and Western Australia. Even Tasmania can be subject to drought.
The seas around Australia include: the Tasman Sea, to the southeast, between Australia and New Zealand the Timor Sea, to the north-northwest the Arafura Sea to the north Coral Sea, to the northeast There are no inland seas in Australia, despite the attempts of many explorers in the 1800s to find an inland sea, which they were sure must exist.
John Flynn (1880-1951) Reverend John Flynn was a minister of the church who worked as a missionary in outback South Australia and was in charge of the Australian Inland Mission. The Mission's aim was to bring church services and medical care to the people of outback Australia, many of whom lived far from towns. In the late 1920s, Flynn organised planes to bring doctors to sick people and the Royal Flying Doctor Service was born…
There are no "famous" cities in Australia, as it is a young country. Some of the larger, more well-known cities, would be: Melbourne Sydney Brisbane Canberra Adelaide Perth Hobart Darwin In January 2011, Toowoomba was in the news (hence, "famous") for a flash flood which swept through the city, at the same time another flash flood, or inland tsunami. swept down the Toowoomba range, killing people in the towns below with torrent of water.