- Australia is the smallest continent and one of the largest countries on Earth which contain so many states.
- The country boasts of its unbelievable natural wonders which are world-famous because of their beautiful and baffling view includes the Pink lake, Lake Eyre, lake Bambunga, and many more.
- Australia is home to natural wonders and deep connections to aboriginal culture and communities, there is plenty of Australians who love to eat outside and enjoys Australians rich culture.
- The country has a wide variety of landscapes and climates with deserts in the center, tropical rainforests in the northeast, and mountain ranges in the southeast.
- Australia has 19 listed world heritage properties including Sydney opera house and Sydney Harbor bridge.
- The country is known for its mining (coal, iron, gold, diamonds, and crystals), its production of wool, and as the world’s largest producer of bauxite.
Major Cities:- Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, Darwin.
Population:- 25,758,900 (Estimation)
(Australia has one of the most urbanized and coast-residence populations in the world. More than 80 % of Australians live within 100 kilometers of the coast.
Currency:- Australian Dollar
Australia has 34 international airports, Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport, Brisbane International Airport, and Melbourne International Airport, these are the largest airport in the country.
Australia Is Known For
- Sydney opera house is the most iconic sight in the country, the performance arts center is famous for its spherical sectioned shells, it is also listed in UNESCO’s world heritage site.
- Sydney Harbor Bridge also attracts tourists to Australia.
- The country is famous for being one of the world’s best surfing destinations. The sport is an important part of the Australian lifestyle, even it is also popular among tourists who visit.
- The country is famous worldwide for two species of animals- koalas and kangaroos kangaroo is the national animal of the country.
- The Country is full of rainforests, mountains, national parks, and open plains which are perfectly suitable for hiking.
Australia shares its borders with East Timor, Indonesia, New Zealand, Papua, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and the Island of New Caledonia.