What is the surrounding lifestyle like in South Wales Australia?
South Wales is in Wales not Australia
New South Wales is a state in Australia, originally named by Lieutenant James Cook as it reminded him of southern Wales. The entire eastern coast of Australia was given this name, but now New South Wales refers to just one of the states in the eastern half of the continent. The capital city of New South Wales is Sydney.
New South Wales - 148,200 Queensland - 146,400 Western Australia - 77,900 Northern Territory - 66,600 Victoria - 30,800 South Australia - 26,000 Tasmania - 16,900 Australian Capital Territory - 4,000 While all Australian Aborigines identify with a particular tribe, the only remaining aboriginal tribes are in the Northern Territory of Australia, parts of Western Australia and the far north of South Australia. None of these tribes still live a traditional lifestyle, but a semi-traditional…
It depends on whether the question refers to population or area. As of late 2010, the population of New South Wales was estimated to be 7,253,000 and the population of South Australia was an estimated 1,648,000. However, the area of New South Wales is only 800,628 sq km, while the area of South Australia is around 978 810 sq km.