Australia: Travel/Tourist Information Guide

Australia is the world's 6th largest country with a population of approximately 20 million, but the smallest continent and is officially known as the Commonwealth of Australia. The current currency of Australia is called the AUD or Australian Dollar and the main language spoken is English. The weather in Australia is pretty pleasant throughout the year. The spring and summer months are from September to February, while the autumn and winters months run from march through August. Australia is a Western capitalist economy that seem to have avoided recent recessions in the Northern Hemisphere making it less of a bargain than it once was.  

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New South Wales

The most historic and populous state in Australia. The capital is Sydney.

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South Australia

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Western Australia

Western Australia

Northern Territory

Some interesting facts about Australia include:

It is home to some 40 million kangaroos - that's more kangaroos than people! They also have the longest fence in the world called the 'Dingo Fence' and is 3,437 miles long and the longest straight road too at 92 miles. Some things to consider when visiting. 

Probably the two most popular cities visited by tourists Sydney  and   Melbourne . These two cities are often called the heart and soul of Australia and are two destinations highly recommended.