Australia Geography

Australia Geography

Oceania
Australia is a state on the continent of the same name. The outer areas under his administration are Norfolk Island and Christmas Island, Macquarie Islands, Cocos Islands and many more. With a total area of ​​around 7.7 million square kilometers, Australia is also the sixth largest country in the world, the smallest continent and around 21 times larger than Germany. The national nature of Australia is mostly flat. Only in the outskirts of the coastal regions are there larger elevations, including the MacDonnell Ranges in the center with 1,510 meters and the Musgrave Rangesat 1,513 meters are the exceptions. Based on its surface shape, Australia can be divided into three large geographic landscapes: the East Australian Highlands, the Central Australian Lowlands and the West Australian Tableland. The East Australian Highlands…
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Climate in Southern Australia

Climate in Southern Australia

Oceania
South Australia (Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Nullarbor Plain) The climate in the state of South Australia can be divided into two zones. On the one hand the climate around Adelaide and Kangaroo Island, on the other hand the coastal area around the desert area Nullarbor Plain. The weather in the area around Adelaide and Kangaroo Island is Mediterranean. In summer you can also look forward to dry days without much rainfall. The average summer temperature in Adelaide is 27 ° C, during this time there are an average of four rainy days. The water temperature is refreshing at 19 degrees. The best time to travel to Adelaide is therefore in the months of October to April. But Adelaide is also worth a trip in autumn and winter. At this time the…
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