Australian Capital Territory
Australias capital city is Canberra and is the only inland city in the nation. The ACT is just 2, 360 sq km with a population of 308,000 people. It lies in the temperate zone on Lake Burley Griffin and is 10 hours ahead of GMT.
New South Wales
NSW is the most populated state of Australia with a population of 6.3 million. It comprises an area of 800,640 sq km and the whole state is located within the temperate zone. Sydney is the capital city and the state is 10 hours ahead of GMT.
The Northern Territory is Australias 3rd largest state in terms of landsize covering 1.3 million sq km with the smallest population share of just 190,000. Over 80% of the territory is located within the tropical zone with Darwin at the Top End
Queensland is Australia's 3rd largest state in terms of population with 3.4 million people. It is the 2nd largest state in terms of landsize covering an area of 1.7 million sq km.
South Australia is the 5th largest state in Australia with a population of 1.4 million. Covering an area of 983,000 sq km the entire state is located within the temperate zone.
Tasmania is Australias southern-most state and comprises less than 1% of the nation in terms of landsize covering just 68,000 sq km. However with 472,000 people it outsizes the NT and ACT in terms of population.
Victoria is the 2nd largest state in terms of population with 4.6 million people, although the landsize is comparatively small at 227,000 sq km. The entire state is located within the temperate zone with Melbourne the capital city on Port
Western Australia, the largest state, comprises 2.5 million sq km. With a population of 1.8 million it is the 4th most populated state in Australia. 40% of the state is located within the tropical zone - the rest is in the temperate zone where