Federation of Australia

Eureka AussieCoA


"Advance Australia"


"Advance Australia Fair"

Largest City

English, indigenous languages, Mandarin.




Federal Parliamentary

Constitutional Monarchy

- Monarch A Person
- Prime Minister Jonathan Baker
- Chief Justice Malcolm Vickers
Legislature Parliament
- Upper house Senate
- Lower house House of Representatives
- Federation 1901
- Australia Act 1986
- 2030 census Upwards of 50 Million

7,692,024 sq km

2,969,907 sq mi

UD$ 2.6 trillion
HDI 0.935

very high


Australian Dollar (AUD)

Date format


Drives on the


Internet TLD


Australia, formally known as the Federation of Australia, is a very large nation in Oceania that consists of mainland Australia and its territories (see below for details). Australia's mainland is the largest island in the world and a continent within itself.

Australia is a former colony of Britain and a former penal colony. In 1901, due to increasing Chinese immigration, the states of Australia banded together into a federation. Australia is a regional power and a federal parliamentary democracy with a highly urbanized population of 50 million.

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Government Edit

Australia is a federal parliamentary democracy comprised of six states and 7 territories. The government of Australia is a combination of parliamentary and congressional democracies. Australia's legislature is comprised of the House and Senate, but within a parliamentary framework.

The Prime Minister is the leader of the Australian government and the Cabinet. The Chief Justice is the highest judicial officer in the Australian government and the presiding justice of the High Court of Australia.

Military Edit

The military of Australia is small but remarkable. The Australian Defense Force (ADF) is comprised of the Navy, the Air Force, and the Army.

The ADF has 100,000 active personnel and a wide range of capabilities. It is an advanced military force that is highly capable of defending the Australian mainland and can deploy forces across its borders. Furthermore, Australia's military is generally agreed to be one of the most powerful in southeastern Asia.

Australia's military is administered by the Department of Defense, which is in turn led by the Minister for Defense.

Foreign Relations Edit

Australia has good diplomatic relations with the majority of the world's countries and has a developed aid program. Australia's government operates a number of embassies and consulates across the world to secure relations and assist Australian tourists and visitors.

Australia's relations with Germany have soured following Germany's discriminatory policies against non-Christians, thus leading to an embargo and the lackluster diplomatic status between the two countries.

Territory Edit

Australia governs the continent of Australia (excluding Papua New Guinea) as well as several outlying islands in Oceania. Australia's territory consists of 6 states, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia the Northern Territory, and the Australian Capital Territory, though the latter two territories act like states.

Some states are directly administered by the Australian government, however. These territories are the following:

  • Ashmore and Cartier Islands
  • Coral Sea Islands
  • Jarvis Bay Territory
  • Australian Antarctic Territory
  • Heard Island and McDonald Islands
  • Cocos (Keeling) Islands
  • Christmas Island

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Economy Edit

Australia has a vibrant and stable economy with a GDP of 2.6 trillion dollars. The currency of Australia is the Australian Dollar (AUD). Australia's economy is fueled by a variety of natural resources as well as agricultural products. The majority of Australia's economy is taken up by the service sector, but such a predominance might end in the near future.

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