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Places in Australia

Find information on almost all places in Australia. Whether you are looking for information on regions in Australia or information on cities and places in Australia, this website is the right place in the web to start your search.

Facts and figures about Australia at a glance

Australia is a sovereign country on the continent of Oceania. Australia covers a total area of 7,686,850.0 km2 and has a population of approximately 21,515,754 people.

The capital of Australia is Canberra (Canberra) with a population of 367,752 people.

Facts and figures about Australia
AustraliaAU7,686,850.0 km221,515,754 people2.8

Population density in Australia
Population density
2.8 p/km2 (extremly low)
Extremly low population density in Australia
Australia: Extremly low population density

Compare the facts and figures of Australia with other countries in Oceania.

Map of Australia

Map of Australia

Hotels in Australia

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Hotels in Australia

Information on Australia

Information on Australia
NameOfficial nameCodeStatusRegionsCapitalContinent
AustraliaCommonwealth of AustraliaAUSovereign country8 Canberra CanberraOceania

Time in Australia

Time in Australia
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Thu, 30 Mar 2023 - 10:53pmIn effect (+1 hour)Thu, 30 Mar 2023 - 9:53pmUTC +12.0Australia/Sydney

Currency in Australia

Currency in Australia

Languages in Australia

Languages in Australia

Neighbouring countries of Australia

Neighbouring countries of Australia
Neighbouring countries

Telecommunication in Australia

Telecommunication in Australia
International calling codeInternet top level domain (TLD)

Latitude & Longitude of Australia

Latitude & Longitude of Australia
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map25°00'00.0"S (-25.0000000°)135°00'00.0"E (135.0000000°)

Regions in Australia

Regions in Australia
There are 8 primary administrative regions in Australia. Have a closer look at the regions in Australia.

Largest places in Australia

There are 17 places in Australia with a population of more than 100,000 people.
Largest places in Australia
Sydney Sydney1.4,627,345
Melbourne Melbourne2.4,246,375
Brisbane Brisbane3.2,189,878
Perth Perth4.1,896,548
Adelaide Adelaide5.1,225,235
Gold Coast Gold Coast6.591,473
Canberra Canberra7.367,752
Newcastle Newcastle8.308,308
Logan City Logan City9.282,673
Geelong Geelong10.226,034
Hobart Hobart11.216,656
Townsville Townsville12.196,219
Cairns Cairns13.153,075
Toowoomba Toowoomba14.131,258
Darwin Darwin15.129,062
Launceston Launceston16.106,153
Bendigo Bendigo17.100,617

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Countries or territories in connection with Australia

There are 4 countries or territories connected with Australia.
Countries or territories in connection with Australia
Countries or territories
Christmas Island, Cocos Islands, Heard Island and McDonald Islands, Norfolk Island

External sources of information on Australia

Australia on Wikipedia

Search places in Australia by name

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Search places in Australia by first letter

If you prefer you can search any place in Australia by first letter. Just click on the respective first letter in the index of places in Australia. All places in Australia starting with this letter will be listed. Also sometimes the full name of a certain place maybe unknown. Then this search option may also be usefull for searching such places in Australia.

Follow the hierarchy in Australia

You can click your way through the hierarchy starting from the continent Oceania, over a region in Australia to a certain place or city in Australia, as all places and cities in Australia are linked hierarchically to each other. The actual hierarchy is always displayed in the breadcrumb navigation, so you can always see exactly where you are.