Awstralya

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Commonwealth of Australia
Bandera sa Australya Sagisag sa Australya
Bandera Sagisag
Nasodnong Awit: Advance Australia Fair Plantilya:Ref
Lokasyon sa Australya
Kapital Canberra
35°18′ S 149°08′ E
Kinadak-ang dakbayan Sydney
Opisyal nga (mga) pinulongan Ingles (de facto Plantilya:Ref)
Gobyerno Parliamentary democracy (federal constitutional monarchy)
 - Monarch Queen Elizabeth II
 - Governor-General Michael Jeffery
 - Prime Minister Julia Gillard
Independence from the United Kingdom 
 - Constitution 1 January 1901 
 - Statute of Westminster 11 December 1931 (adopted 9 September 1939
 - Australia Act 3 March 1986 
Arya  
 - Katibuk-an 7,741,220 km² (6th)
  2,988,888 sq mi 
Populasyon  
 - 2007 21,050,000[1] (53rd)
 - Sensus sa 2006 19,855,288
 - Densidad 2.6/km² (224th)
6.7/sq mi 
GDP (PPP) Banabana sa 2007
 - Katibuk-an US$718.4 billion (IMF) (17th)
 - Per capita US$34,359 (IMF) (14th)
HDI (2004) 0.957 (3rd) – high
Kwarta Australian dollar (AUD)
Sona sa oras various Plantilya:Ref (UTC+8 to +10.5)
 - Summer (DST) various Plantilya:Ref (UTC+8 to +11.5)
Internet TLD .au
Kodigong pangtawag +61


Ang Komonwelt sa Awstralya usa sa mga nasod sa Habagatang Hemisper. Kini gitibuok sa kontinente sa samang ngalan ug sa pipila ka pulo sa Habagatang Kadagatan, Kadagatang Indiyan ug Kadatang Pasipiko. Silingan sa Australya ang mga nasod nga Papua New Guinea, Sidlakang Timor, Indonesya, New Zealand, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, ug New Caledonia.

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Dugang Impormasyon

  1. Gillespie, R. (2002). Dating the first Australians. Radiocarbon 44:455-472

Smith, L. (1980), The Aboriginal Population of Australia, Australian National University Press, Canberra

  1. Tatz, C. (1999). Genocide in Australia, AIATSIS Research Discussion Papers No 8, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra
  2. Windschuttle, K. (2001). The Fabrication of Aboriginal History, The New Criterion Vol. 20, No. 1, September 20.
  3. Bean, C. Ed. (1941). Volume I - The Story of Anzac: the first phase, First World War Official Histories 11th Edition.
  4. Australian Electoral Commission (2000). 1999 Referendum Reports and Statistics
  5. Parliamentary Library (1997). The Reserve Powers of the Governor-General
  6. Australian Government. (2005). Budget 2005-2006
  7. Department of the Environment and Heritage. About Biodiversity
  8. Macfarlane, I. J. (1998). Australian Monetary Policy in the Last Quarter of the Twentieth Century. Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin, October
  9. Parham, D. (2002). Microeconomic reforms and the revival in Australia’s growth in productivity and living standards. Conference of Economists, Adelaide, 1 October
  10. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Labour Force Australia. Cat#6202
  11. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Year Book Australia 2005
  12. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2003). Advancing the National Interest, Appenidix 1
  13. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Population Growth - Australia’s Population Growth
  14. Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affiars. (2005). The Evolution of Australia's Multicultural Policy
  15. Australian Bureau of Statistics. 2001 Census, A Snapshot of Australia
  16. Parliament of Australia, Senate (2005). Inquiry into Australian Expatriates
  17. NCLS releases latest estimates of church attendance, National Church Life Survey, Media release, 28 February 2004
  18. Australian Film Commission. What are Australians Watching?, Free-to-Air, 1999-2004 TV

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