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Commonwealth of Australia


Country profile:

Location: Oceania.
Borders: No land borders.
Capital: Canberra.
Area: 7,692,024 km2.
Population: 24,410,600.
Currency: Australian Dollar AUD.
Independence from United Kingdom: year 1901.

Travel articles about Australia

Best wildlife travel photos – Images of wild animals

Best wildlife travel photos - Images of wild animals

Best Wildlife Photos Animals are amazing. Wild and Beautiful. Everyone loves animal photos and wildlife pictures, so on this page, I assemble a few photos of the Best Wildlife images I made during my travels. I will update this page with more photos very soon. I hope you enjoy. NOTE: All these wildlife photos were never taken inside a zoo. All the animal photos on this page were either shot at an animal rescue center, animal orphanage or just in the wild – in their natural habitat. I discourage and do not approve the commercial use of animals for shows and entertaining performances. Best Wildife Photos Atlantic Puffin » Photo of Adorable Atlantic PUFFIN in Latrabjarg, Iceland. Leopard Seal » Photo of LEOPARD SEAL smiling in Antarctica. Zebra » Photo of ZEBRA in South Africa. Magellanic Penguin » Photo of MAGELLANIC PENGUIN – bad ass looking face, Argentina. Sea Lion »…

Inspiring Places to Visit in Oceania – Travel Guide

Oceania Travel Guide

Oceania Travel Guide “Oceania is an incredible continent to visit. It has 14 countries with a total population of 37 million. The most prevalent languages in Oceania are English, Fijian, Hindi, Maori, and Samoan.” Inspiring Places to Visit in Oceania On this page is a list of Oceania’s Best Destinations. 1- Visit Sydney, Commonwealth of Australia Have you already heard that Sydney is the most beautiful city of all cities? Well, it’s quite possibly true! With an astounding cityscape, the multicultural Sydney was built around the world’s largest natural harbors, which I’m sure you’ve seen pictured before. The highlight here is the Sydney Opera House, an iconic modern building recognized everywhere. In the Rocks harbor-side district, where the first Europeans arrived in 1788, the cobblestone streets tell a tale of the area’s age. Other paramount features of Sydney include: the beaches and anything coast-related (the world-renowned Bondi Beach is a must…

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