The Australian Continent: A Brief Overview

Australia, the smallest continent and the sixth-largest country globally, lies in the Southern Hemisphere. The Australian mainland is the world’s largest island, bordered by the Indian and Pacific oceans. The country comprises six states—New South Wales (NSW), Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, and Tasmania—and two territories—the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and the Northern Territory. …

How was Australia Found? The Brief History of Australia

The Australian continent was first populated by humans at least 65,000 years ago, though the first inhabitants may have arrived considerably earlier, up to 125,000 years ago. These people were hunter-gatherers with a complex economy and social structure. Over the millennia, the Australian Aboriginal people developed a unique lifestyle and adapted to the harsh conditions …

The History of Geography

Geography is the study of the world and all of its phenomena. This includes the physical features of the earth, the environment, the people who live on it, and how these things interact with each other. Geography is the study of the world and all of its phenomena Geography has been studied since ancient times, …