Interesting Facts about Australia
FACT#1. Australia is the only place where you will see 350 years old lungfish.
FACT#2. It is the only national island of 20 million people in the world.
FACT#3.It is the Most Interesting Fact of Australia. It has the highest number of migrant settlers compared to any developed country, more than 25% of Australians have been born in another country.
FACT#4. The Australian Friendly Society, with the principle of “advance Australia”, was an Australian Native Association (ANA), established in 1871 Victoria.
FACT#5. Australia is a multicultural country where indigenous people also live and people from around 200 countries have come to live here.
FACT#8. It is the sixth-largest country in the world, spread over 7.6 million square kilometers.
FACT#9. It is the third-largest ocean area in the world and three oceans spread over an area of 12 million square kilometers.
FACT#10. Vegetation covers 7 million square kilometers of Australia and about 91% of the area.
FACT#12. Most of Australia’s flora and fauna do not appear to us anywhere else in the world.
FACT#14. The first Australian of the Year award was given to Professor McFarlane Burnett, who also won the Nobel Prize in 1960 for groundbreaking physiology research.
FACT#15. There are a total of 16 World Heritage Sites in Australia, including historical settlements, cities, and landscapes.
FACT#17. Australia is believed that the tribal game Mangrook is a game influenced by the rules of Australian football, while it was discovered in Sydney but it was famous in Victoria.
FACT#18. Australia is the second country in the world in which women were also given the right to vote in 1902.
FACT#19. Australia Day is a celebration of the diversity and tolerance of Australian society, embracing religious backgrounds, racial differences, and political perspectives.
FACT#20. About 1.35 trillion bottles of wine are produced each year in Australia.
FACT#21 Canberra was made the capital of Australia because the dispute between Sydney and Melbourne to become the capital was not over.
FACT#22. Australia is the only place that is simultaneously considered a continent, a nation, and an island.
FACT#23. About 50,000 years ago before the British settlement in the British 18th century, there were indigenous Australians living in Australia, who usually spoke the language divided into 200 groups.
FACT#24. Australia’s economy is the 13th largest economy in the world and according to Capita Income Australia’s economy is the ninth-largest economy in the world. With the second-highest Human Development Index.
Fact#25. Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is a country located on the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and many small islands.
Fact#26. The life, health, education, economy, freedom, and political rights of this country are also the highest among all countries.