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Commonwealth of Australia
Bandera sa Australya Sagisag sa Australya
Bandera Sagisag
Nasodnong Awit: Advance Australia Fair N1
Lokasyon sa Australya
Lokasyon sa Australya
Kapital Canberra
35°18′ S 149°08′ E
Kinadak-ang dakbayan Sydney
Opisyal nga (mga) pinulongan Ingles (de facto N2)
Gobyerno Parliamentary democracy (federal constitutional monarchy)
 - Monarch Queen Elizabeth II
 - Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove
 - Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
Independence from the United Kingdom 
 - Constitution 1 January 1901 
 - Statute of Westminster 11 December 1931 (adopted 9 September 1939
 - Australia Act 3 March 1986 
 - Katibuk-an 7,741,220 km² (6th)
  2,988,888 sq mi 
 - 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 N3 (UTC+8 to +10.5)
 - Summer (DST) various N3 (UTC+8 to +11.5)
Internet TLD .au
Kodigong pangtawag +61

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Dugang Impormasyon

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  9. Department of the Environment and Heritage. About Biodiversity
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  13. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Year Book Australia 2005
  14. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2003). Advancing the National Interest, Appenidix 1
  15. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Population Growth - Australia’s Population Growth
  16. Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affiars. (2005). The Evolution of Australia's Multicultural Policy Archived 2006-02-19 at the Wayback Machine
  17. Australian Bureau of Statistics. 2001 Census, A Snapshot of Australia Archived 2007-10-01 at the Wayback Machine
  18. Parliament of Australia, Senate (2005). Inquiry into Australian Expatriates Archived 2008-07-08 at the Wayback Machine
  19. NCLS releases latest estimates of church attendance, National Church Life Survey, Media release, 28 February 2004
  20. Australian Film Commission. What are Australians Watching?, Free-to-Air, 1999-2004 TV Archived 2006-11-29 at the Wayback Machine

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