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Land boundaries: 0 km
Coastline: 25,760 km
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Numbering Plan of Australia

phone system

local calls ?

national long distance
national prefix: ?
area code: --- ??
(always ? digits)
number: --- ---- ??
(always ?digits)

international calls
international prefix: 00
II
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calling from Australia
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usefull numbers
australian operator I2455
inpossible to call the operator from
outside Australia
international operator
(call from inside Australia)
?
Fire ?
Police ?


calling from abroad

to Australia
+6I


map of Australia

area code indicate the States to which they belong
there is no central number I,
2 stands for East coast
3 for the very South
7 for Queensland
and 8 for the Center and the West Coast

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Commonwealth
of Australia

Capital: Canberra

Head of States
Governor General
representing the
Queen Of England

Prime Minister

Government of Australia

languages
English

economy
GNP/2000 $ 446 billion
GNP/person $ 23,200/year
currency: I Austral $ = I00 cents

home to 0 out of the I00
home to 7 out of the 500
largest companies of the World

national holidays:
Australia Day Jan 26 (I788)


Mount Kosciuszko 2229m, highest Mountain of Australia
Mount Kosciuszko 2,229 m


 
 


6 States and 2 Territories
and some Islands



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