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Australia – The Eastern Highlands

Australia – The Eastern Highlands

In most of the maps of Australia the so-called Great Dividing Range is eminently represented. The eastern highlands of Australia determine the watershed between the coastal side and the one that goes west to Lake Eyre and the mouth of the Murray. But the heights, examined closely, show that they do not constitute a chain at all, but a series of separate elements of very different origin. The watershed coincides with an orographic line important only in the area of…

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Australia Demographics 1933

Australia Demographics 1933

Population. – According to the census of June 1933, the population of the Commonwealth amounted to 6,629,839 residents, compared to 6,284,394 in 1928, with an absolute increase in the five-year period of 345,445 residents, and an annual percentage increase of 1.09. If we look at the figures of the individual states, it appears that the most conspicuous annual increases occurred in Northern and Central Australia (2.8%) and in the Federal Territory (2.3%), followed by Western Australia (1.9) and Tasmania (1.6),…

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Australia Guide

Australia Guide

Country data Location: Central between the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific Ocean, Europe Time zone: CET – 7 to – 9 (during summer time CET – 8 to – 10) Total area: 7,741,220 km² Land area: 7,682,300 km² Water area: 58,920 km² Length of the state border: 0 km Coastline: 25,760 km Capital: Canberra > Territories (with capital): 8 New South Wales (Sydney / Canberra), Northern Territory (Darwin), Queensland (Brisbane), South Australia (Adeleide), Tasmania (Hobart), Victoria (Melbourne), Western Australia…

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