Australia

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Australia

Australia flaunts a portion of the world's most excellent normal ponders, for example, the Great Barrier Reef - the world's biggest coral reef framework, the Heritage Listed Ayers Rock (Uluru), the Bungle Bungles in Western Australia, the Twelve Apostles along the Great Ocean Road. Man-influenced symbols to incorporate the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.

The number of inhabitants in Australia in 2011 was 21,507,717 with the most populated states being New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Canberra is the Nations' capital is an intriguing city that is home to the Parliament House, Old Parliament House and the War Memorial.

The geology of Australia ranges from deserts, rugged, tropical islands, rain timberlands, lakes and waterways. The longest waterway in Australia is the Murray River which is 2375 kilometers in length.

The Murray River starts in New South Wales, at that point goes through Victoria lastly South Australia where the Murray Mouth meets the Southern Ocean. The Murray River is home to an assortment of natural life, for example, platypus, Murray cod, brilliant roost, trout and cod. The stream is likewise well known for its oar steamers and there are paddle steamers that journey along the waterway for a few days.

There are numerous wonderful lakes in Australia with Lake Eyre in South Australia covering a surface zone of 9500 square kilometers, when the lake is full it is the biggest lake in Australia. Another lake that pulls in numerous guests is Lake St Clair in Tasmania. Lake St Clair is the most profound lake in Australia that covers a region of 430 square meters and structures some portion of Cradle Mountain. Lake Argyle is the biggest fake lake which covers a surface zone of 1000 square kilometers. Situated in Western Australia close Kununurra the essential inflow of Lake Argyle originates from the Ord River. Lake Argyle is extremely lovely and a journey is an extraordinary method to encounter the lake.

The atmosphere in Australia shifts with tropical atmosphere in the northern parts, subtropical in the south and mild in the south east and south west. Canberra can be extremely cool in winter and the coldest temperature recorded was - 14.60 degrees in 1971 while Stanthorpe in Queensland holds the record for the most reduced temperature in the state. Precipitation in Australia is for the most part occasional with the most noteworthy precipitation happening at Mount Lofty in South Australia and the least in the desert districts. The fluctuated climate in Australia considers an assortment of outside games, for example, cruising, skiing, climbing and shake climbing.

The Australia including its territories

Capital Largest city National language Religion Demonym
Canberra 35°18′29″S 149°07′28″E Sydney English[N 2] List of religions Australian Aussie (colloquial)[4][5]
Government Legislature Independence from the United Kingdom Area Population
Federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy
• Monarch  - Elizabeth II
• Governor-General  - Sir   Peter Cosgrove
• Prime Minister  - Scott   Morrison
• Chief Justice  - Susan Kiefel
• Senate President  - Scott   Ryan
• House Speaker  - Tony   Smith

Parliament

• Upper house  - Senate
• Lower house  - House of   Representatives

• Federation, Constitution - 1 January 1901
• Statute of Westminster Adoption Act - 9 October 1942   (with effect from 3 September 1939)
• Australia Act - 3 March 1986
• Total - 7,692,024 km2   (2,969,907 sq mi) (6th)
• Water (%) - 0.76
• 2018 estimate -   25,093,600[6] (51st)
• 2016 census -   23,401,892[7]
• Density - 3.3/km2   (8.5/sq mi) (236th)
GDP (PPP) GDP (nominal) Gini (2012) HDI (2017) Currency

• Total - $1.313 trillion[8] (19th)
• Per capita - $52,191[8] (17th)

• Total - $1.500 trillion[8] (13th)
• Per capita - $59,655[8] (10th)
44.9[9] medium · 26th Increase 0.939[10] very high · 3rd Australian dollar (AUD)
Time zone Date format Driving side Calling code ISO 3166 code Internet TLD
UTC+8 to +10.5 (Various[N 3])

• Summer (DST) - UTC+8 to +11 (Various[N 3])

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