New Guinea is the second largest actual island, just behind Greenland.
The second largest island in the world is technically Africa, (after Eurasia) but continents, including Australia and Antarctica, are not defined as islands although they are surrounded by oceans.
Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia are the three major island groups of the Oceania region. These island groups are located in the central and southern parts of the Pacific Ocean.
If the Australia-New Guinea continent is included, then the highest point is Puncak Jaya in Papua at 4,884 meters (16,024 ft.), it's elevation is 5030 meters.
the highest elevation point in Canada is
Almost all tropical rain forests are between two imaginary lines of latitude. These latitude lines are the Equator and the Tropic of Cancer.
Over 80% of Australians live in coastal cities or settlements.
The main population centers are on the eastern and southeastern coast, incorporating coastal Queensland, down through eastern New South Wales, and in southern Victoria.
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The Great Barrier Reef.
No the Western Desert is located in Australia, the Sahara is located in north Africa
The lowest elevation in Oceania is Lake Eyre in Australia at 52' below sea level.
Hawaii, mount waialeale gets 460 inches of rain all year
Papua New Guinea is north of Australia.
About east by south-east of Tasmania.
Australia is in the Southern Hemisphere
They all have tropical/humid climate.
No, there are other rainforests in central Africa, southern Asia and northern Australia.
Mount Kosciuszko is the highest point in the country of Australia, while Lake Eyre is the lowest point in the same country and continent.