Australian Bureau of Statistics
1309.0 - Australia at a Glance, 2008
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 07/02/2008
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Australia comprises a land area of almost 7.7 million square kilometres. This land area is almost as great as that of the United States of America (excluding Alaska), about 50% greater than Europe (excluding the former USSR), and 32 times greater than the United Kingdom. The longest river is the Murray River (2,520 kilometres), which forms a natural border between New South Wales and Victoria. The highest mountain is Mt Kosciuszko, (2,228 metres) which is situated in New South Wales.
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This page last updated 6 February 2008