is the capital city of Australia and with a population
of just over 325,000 is Australia's largest inland city.
The city is located at the northern end of the Australian
Capital Territory, 300 kilometres (190 mi) southwest
of Sydney. MORE... |
officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is a country
in the Southern Hemisphere comprising the world's smallest
continent and a number of islands in the Southern, Indian
and Pacific Oceans. MORE...
Gippsland extends from the western watershed of the
Mitchell and Thomson River catchments east and north
to the New South Wales border. Rugged terrain makes
farming difficult, even with fertilisers, and the major
industry of the region is forestry. MORE...
Great Ocean Road stretches along the South Eastern coast
of Australia between the Victorian cities of Geelong
& Warrnambool. It was built during the Great Depression,
between World War I and World War II by returned servicemen.
House is the name given to two purpose-built buildings
in Canberra, the capital of Australia, where the Parliament
of Australia has met since 1927. In 1901, when the six
British colonies in Australia federated to form the
Commonwealth of Australia.
is the largest national park in New South Wales (Australia),
354 km southwest of Sydney. It is named for Mount Kosciuszko,
which it contains, and which is in turn named for the
Polish hero Tadeusz Kosciuszko. The park has an alpine
climate and an alpine flora. MORE... |
Entrance is a tourist resort and fishing port in eastern
Victoria, Australia, population 6000 (2001). It is situated
320 kilometres east of Melbourne near a man-made channel
connecting the Gippsland Lakes to Bass Strait. MORE...
National War Memorial In Canberra has some of the most
interesting artifacts in Australian Military History.
Did you know it houses a recovered Japaneese Mini Sub
And Many Other Artifacts From WW1? MORE... |
is the state capital and largest city in the Australian
state of Victoria, and the second-largest city in Australia,
with a population of approximately 3.7 million. Melbourne
is the southernmost city in the world to have a over one
million people. MORE...
Snowy River is a major river in south-eastern Australia.
The Snowy River drains the eastern slopes of the Snowy
Mountains in New South Wales. The main branch rises on
the slopes of Mount Kosciuszko, Australia's highest peak.
Ballarat East goldfield, which consists of three distinct
areas known as Ballarat East, Ballarat West and Nerrena,
has produced over 1.9 million ounces of gold from vein
systems and over 16 million ounces from adjacent alluvial
deposits. MORE... |
Harbour Bridge is one of the major landmarks of Sydney,
connecting the Sydney central business district (CBD)
with the North Shore commercial and residential areas,
both of which are located on Sydney Harbour.
City of Sydney comprises the Sydney central business district
and surrounding Inner West suburbs of the greater metropolitan
area of Sydney, Australia. It is a Local Government Area
Promontory or Wilson's Promontory is a peninsula that
forms the southernmost part of the Australian mainland
and is located at 39°02'S 146°23'E. South Point,
is the southernmost tip of Wilsons Promontory. MORE...
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