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Australia is made up of numerous pieces, with the mainland Australia, as well as smaller surrounding islands such as the island of Tasmania. Australia is the sixth largest country in the world by area, with an area of 7,617,930 square kilometers (that’s 2,941,300 square miles). Home to the world’s thirteenth largest economy, Australia is a very highly developed country, also having the world’s eight highest Human Development Index. The total population of Australia is 25 million, with about 85% of this population living near the east coast.

The ten most populated cities are as follows: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Adelaide. With an average population density of 3.4 people per square kilometer, Australia is one of the most sparsely populated countries. Australia is a highly urbanized country, with 67% of the total population living within metropolitan areas. As stated previously, a vast majority of the population is located near the coast due to the tropical climate.Since Australia is one of the driest countries on Earth, they have water restrictions in place, meaning that water shall not be wasted. This is a response to population increases as well as droughts that occur all throughout Australia. Typically, floods occur following droughts. This causes river systems to be flushed out, dams to be overflowed, as well as majorly affecting flood plains, which causes ecosystem changes for animals.

Although a great percentage of the land is desert, Australia is an extremely biodiverse country. For one, it is home to the Great Barrier Reef, which is the largest coral reef in the world, as it extends over 2000 km (1,200 miles). 85% of flowering plants, 84% of mammals, more than 45% of birds, and 89% of fish found in Australia are endemic, meaning that they are only found in Australia. Many regions within Australia are at very high risk due to human activity, global warming as well as new species. Because of this, Australia has one of the highest animal extinction rates in the world. Currently, there are over 1,800 animals and plants on Australia’s list of threatened species.

Politically, Australia has maintained its liberal democratic political system since 1901, making it one of the oldest in the world. Along with this, Australia is also home to one of the oldest federations in the world, stating that all power is divided amongst the federal and state/territory powers. Along with this, Australia is a federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy, with Elizabeth II being queen. However, this federal government is led by the Prime Minister, who is currently Scott Morrison.

When it comes to the economy, Australia has been the country with the highest average wealth amongst the population since 2018. Australia is also home to relatively low rates of unemployment and poverty. Did you know that Australia was the only country with an advanced economy to not experience a recession during 2008-9? Australia has been able to generate an income from numerous sources, such as mining exports, services, banking, manufacturing, agriculture, as well as international education.

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Old Maps of Australia
Explore our collection of Old Maps of Australia.

Australia is made up of numerous pieces, with the mainland Australia, as well as smaller surrounding islands such as the island of Tasmania. Australia is the sixth largest country in the world by area, with an area of 7,617,930 square kilometers (that’s 2,941,300 square miles). Home to the world’s thirteenth largest economy, Australia is a very highly developed country, also having the world’s eight highest Human Development Index. The total population of Australia is 25 million, with about 85% of this population living near the east coast.

The ten most populated cities are as follows: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Adelaide. With an average population density of 3.4 people per square kilometer, Australia is one of the most sparsely populated countries. Australia is a highly urbanized country, with 67% of the total population living within metropolitan areas. As stated previously, a vast majority of the population is located near the coast due to the tropical climate.Since Australia is one of the driest countries on Earth, they have water restrictions in place, meaning that water shall not be wasted. This is a response to population increases as well as droughts that occur all throughout Australia. Typically, floods occur following droughts. This causes river systems to be flushed out, dams to be overflowed, as well as majorly affecting flood plains, which causes ecosystem changes for animals.

Although a great percentage of the land is desert, Australia is an extremely biodiverse country. For one, it is home to the Great Barrier Reef, which is the largest coral reef in the world, as it extends over 2000 km (1,200 miles). 85% of flowering plants, 84% of mammals, more than 45% of birds, and 89% of fish found in Australia are endemic, meaning that they are only found in Australia. Many regions within Australia are at very high risk due to human activity, global warming as well as new species. Because of this, Australia has one of the highest animal extinction rates in the world. Currently, there are over 1,800 animals and plants on Australia’s list of threatened species.

Politically, Australia has maintained its liberal democratic political system since 1901, making it one of the oldest in the world. Along with this, Australia is also home to one of the oldest federations in the world, stating that all power is divided amongst the federal and state/territory powers. Along with this, Australia is a federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy, with Elizabeth II being queen. However, this federal government is led by the Prime Minister, who is currently Scott Morrison.

When it comes to the economy, Australia has been the country with the highest average wealth amongst the population since 2018. Australia is also home to relatively low rates of unemployment and poverty. Did you know that Australia was the only country with an advanced economy to not experience a recession during 2008-9? Australia has been able to generate an income from numerous sources, such as mining exports, services, banking, manufacturing, agriculture, as well as international education.

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