Which Australian state has the most islands?
Tasmania...known as the 'Apple Isle'
It has the most island in Australia
Australia has three mainland territories: the Northern Territory (except for governmental particulars, a state), the Australian Capital Territory (Canberra), and the Jervis Bay Territory (adjacent to the capital territory and likewise administered by the national government). There are also seven offshore territories: Norfolk Island Heard & MacDonald Islands Ashmore & Cartier Islands Christmas Island Cocos (Keeling) Islands Coral Sea Islands Territory Australian Antarctic Territory
Australia has six states and two mainland territories. These two territories are Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory. The Australian Capital Territory was formed from land previously in the state of New South Wales, to contain the administrative Capital of Australia, Canberra. The Northern Territory occupies a large portion of the central northern mainland. There are also seven external (offshore) territories, which are: Cocos (Keeling) Islands Christmas Island Ashmore and Cartier Islands Coral Sea Islands…
In Australia, two examples of a territory are the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory. Offshore, there are numerous external territories, such as Christmas Island, Norfolk Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Sea Islands, Heard & McDonald Islands, Ashmore & Cartier Islands and the Australian Antarctic Territory.
Australia's two mainland territories are the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory. There is a mistaken belief that Jervis Bay, which is the seaport for the ACT is a separate territory. It is not separate, as it is part of the ACT. In addition, there are seven offshore territories: Cocos (Keeling) Islands Christmas Island Heard and MacDonald Islands Coral sea Islands Territory Australian Antarctic Territory Ashmore and Cartier Islands Norfolk Island