Australia Continent, Australia Facts

Australia is a lonely continent on the surface of the earth. It is the world's smallest continent whose total area is 7,682,300 square kilometers. Australia is a highly diverse continent. It has extremes of weather, a stunning variety of flora and fauna, snow-capped mountains, vast stretches of deserts, frightening marshes and fertile flatland. It has been home to races and people creating socio-culture diversity matching its bio-diversity. It has had as many languages as the communities inhabiting here but English is the official language of Australia. The Common Wealth of Australia is comprises of six states, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Vitoria and Western Australia and two territories_ the Australian capital territory and the Northern territory. Its more than ideal geographic location which exercises a profound influence on its economy. Tasmania, one of the finest lakes in the world, contributes significantly to its economy by attracting a lot of tourists. Its distinct position on the earth determines its climate and topography. Australia occupies four different climate zones, Sub equatorial, Tropical, Subtropical and Temperate. Two-thirds of the Australia is arid and doesn't support vegetation. Its climatic diversity gives rise to natural hazards in the form of thunderstorm, droughts, occasional floods and frequent bushfires.

The predominant country on this continent is Australia which is a high metropolitan country with has multi-diverse cultures and languages, rich in valuable treasure of wildlife and exotic beaches. It is the world 18th most urbanized country of the earth. Being the most developed countries of the world, Australia is also the most popular country on this continent .It is the world's 12th largest economy and has the world's 5th highest per capita income. Australia is emerging as a nation due to its moderate polices such as quality education, health facilities, civic liberties, economic freedom and political rights. Canberra is the capital of Australia.

Posted By Isac Sep 20, 2015

The Australian continent is not only famous for its natural beauty but also for a large number of unique animals and plants found in different parts of the region. Constituents of the enormous variety of wildlife...

Posted By Maria Sep 19, 2015

Australia is home to 43 Universities. With at least one main campus in each state, the country is pulling a lot of international students each year. The main reason why students from all over the world are ...

Posted By Maria Sep 18, 2015

Australia is one of the largest mixed economies of the world. Its GDP for the year 2014 has been $1.57 trillion US Dollars. The total wealth of the continent amounts to US $6.4 trillion. In the fiscal year 2012,...

Posted By John Sep 16, 2015

Australia as a nation is obsessed with different kinds of sports. They are avid followers of a variety of games. In fact, it will be apt to say that Australians are one of the sportiest nations. The...

Posted By Isac Sep 16, 2015

The continent of Australia is marked by a dry environment. Sources of fresh water are a few in number. In general, the rivers in Australia have a low flow of water which varies along the course of...

Posted By John Sep 11, 2015

Australia – the smallest continent and the largest country on the planet – is full of wonderful attractions for tourists. From ancient natural landmarks to spectacular modern architecture,...

Posted By Maria Sep 09, 2015

The Australian continent is known for its enormous natural beauty which comes from a diverse landscape. Among various natural landmarks, several attractive lakes enhance the charm of the region...