Study in Australia
About Study in AustraliaIf someone ever told you “Why don’t you study in Australia? It’s an educational hub”, the first thought that would pop in your mind is “Let me find out more about this country”. Well, Australia is a unique geographical entity. This island is a country as well as a continent, located in Oceania between the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific Ocean. Its capital is an island called Canberra and other major cities are Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Adelaide which are coastal cities. The major attractions of this country are Sydney Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Tasmanian Wilderness, a vast interior desert wilderness called the Outback, and a wide variety of distinctive flora and fauna. Australia has a diverse culture and is deemed as a safe and internationally recognized environment for higher education, innovative research, and development. Moreover, Australia has been globally acknowledged as one of the leading providers of quality education to students from all over the world. Being the world’s smallest continent yet the sixth-largest country, Australia encompasses a wide variety of geographical regions, with an estimated land area of 7,686,850 square kilometers (2,967,910 sq mi) (including Lord Howe Island and Macquarie Island). The Australian mainland stretches over a total coastline of 35,877 km (22,293 mi) with an additional 23,859 km (14,825 mi) of island coastlines. There are 758 estuaries around the country most of which are located in the tropical and sub-tropical zones. Australia has the largest area of ocean jurisdiction in the world with no land borders. The current population of Australia is 24,774,248 as of 21st December 2017, the Australian Bureau of Statistics found in its study. In Australia, English is the official language. It is one of the least populous countries in the world. Australians take pride in their friendliness and cultural diversity. The population lives in a generally safe, friendly, sophisticated, and harmonious society. It is predominantly a Christian country; however, Australians are tolerant of all religions. Churches, mosques, temples are located in most major cities; hence all religions are well represented in Australian society. The population of Australia is concentrated along the eastern and southeastern coasts. The country is blessed with extremely diverse geography, ranging from the snow-capped mountains of the Australian Alps and Tasmania to large deserts, tropical and temperate forests. Australian cities tend to have mild climates in comparison to other cities in English-speaking countries. Australia has a low average annual rainfall but high falls occur in the north. Australia is divided politically into 6 states and two territories. The six states and two territories and their capitals are as below respectively: New South Wales (NSW) – Sydney, Queensland(QLD) – Brisbane, South Australia(SA) – Adelaide Tasmania (TAS) – Hobart Victoria (VIC) – Melbourne Western Australia(WA) – Perth Australian Capital Territory (ACT) – Canberra Northern Territory(NT) – Darwin
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