Facts About the Geography of Australia

Geography of Australia

Australia is often described as the world’s smallest continent or the Earth’s largest island, and it is the sixth largest country in the world. AIP Visa Experts has helped many people who want to immigrate to this lovely country.

The country is also called The Land Down Under and it is located northwest of New Zealand, in the Southern Hemisphere below Indonesia.

Australia is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on the east, the Indian Ocean on the west, and the Southern Ocean to the south.


There are six states that make up Australia:


New South Wales



South Australia

Western Australia

and two territories: Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory.

Known for her 10,000 beautiful beaches, rugged deserts, diversity of animal and plant species and other beautiful natural landmarks, Australia boasts scenic mountains, rushing rivers, and majestic waterfalls.

Other landmarks of nature in Australia include the massive monolith known as Ayers Rock that is located in the “Red Center” of the North Territory, and the Great Barrier Reef found on the northeast coast of the country.

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