Map of Australia 2013 - Up-to-date zoomable map of Australia - Australia Map - 澳大利亚 2013
 
A zoomable map of Australia, Australia map showing Roads, States and Territories, Cities and Villages.

Australia is the world's sixth-largest country covering an area of 2,941,299 sq miles. The biggest cities of Australia are Perth (Western Australia), Canberra (Capital Territory), Melbourne, Sydney (New South Wales), Cairns, Brisbane, Townsville (Queensland), Alice Springs, Darwin (Northern Territory), Adelaide (South Australia), and Hobart (Tasmania). Australia is dotted with lakes - Lake Austin, Lake Bairee, Lake MacLeod, Lake Carnegie, Lake Gregory, Rason Lake, Lake Eyre, Lake Gairdner, Lake Blanche, and Lake Fame are some of the best known lakes of the western and South regions. The west-central regions are largely deserted and some of the best-known points of interest in the country are the Sydney Opera House, Kangaroo Island, Mungo National Park, Kakadu, and Hobart.

Australia takes up the entirety of the world's smallest continent or the world's largest island, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on its eastern coast and the Indian Ocean on its west. Australia is a vast country, ranking sixth on the list of largest countries in the world. The majority of Australia is the arid desert known as the outback, but other climates in Australia are found around the coast, including tropical rainforests, grasslands, and temperate coastlines.

Each capital city forms its own Greater Capital City Statistical Area (GCCSA), which according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) represents a broad socioeconomic definition of each of the eight state and territory capital cities.[1] These correspond to the more common and international usage of metropolitan areas. Significant Urban Areas are similarly defined but include cities which are not capital cities. In Australia the population of the GCCSA/SUA is the most-often quoted figure for that city's population. The following ranks GCSSAs and SUAs which are not included within the GCCSAs with populations of over 30,000.

 

 

 

 

 

Greater Capital City Statistical Areas are in bold, the remainder are Significant Urban Areas.

Rank GCCSA/SUA State/Territory June 2012[2]
1 Sydney New South Wales 4,667,283
2 Melbourne Victoria 4,246,345
3 Brisbane Queensland 2,189,878
4 Perth Western Australia 1,897,548
5 Adelaide South Australia 1,277,174
6 Gold Coast-Tweed Queensland/New South Wales 590,889
7 Newcastle-Maitland New South Wales 418,958
8 Canberra-Queanbeyan Australian Capital Territory/New South Wales 411,609
* Australian Capital Territory Australian Capital Territorya 374,658
9 Sunshine Coast Queensland 285,169
10 Wollongong New South Wales 282,099
11 Hobart Tasmania 216,959
12 Geelong Victoria 179,042
13 Townsville Queensland 171,971
14 Cairns Queensland 142,528
15 Darwin Northern Territory 131,678
16 Toowoomba Queensland 110,472
17 Ballarat Victoria 95,021
18 Bendigo Victoria 88,668
19 Launceston Tasmania 86,109
20 Albury-Wodonga New South Wales/Victoria 84,982
21 Mackay Queensland 81,594
22 Rockhampton Queensland 77,704
23 Bundaberg Queensland 69,805
24 Bunbury Western Australia 67,090
25 Coffs Harbour New South Wales 66,610
26 Wagga Wagga New South Wales 53,832
27 Hervey Bay Queensland 50,431
28 Mildura-Wentworth Victoria/New South Wales 48,783
29 Shepparton-Mooropna Victoria 48,114
30 Gladstone-Tannum Sands Queensland 44,355
31 Port Macquarie New South Wales 43,587
32 Tamworth New South Wales 40,832
33 Traralgon-Morwell Victoria 40,602
34 Orange New South Wales 38,516
35 Geraldton Western Australia 38,030
36 Bowral-Mittagong New South Wales 36,402
37 Dubbo New South Wales 35,898
38 Nowra-Bomaderry New South Wales 34,798
39 Bathurst New South Wales 34,124
40 Warrnambool Victoria 33,204
41 Kalgoorlie-Boulder Western Australia 32,787
42 Busselton Western Australia 32,471
43 Albany Western Australia 31,978
44 Warragul-Drouin Victoria 31,280
45 Devonport Tasmania 30,330

 

Former National highways

New South Wales introduced a new alphanumeric route numbering system in 2013, which no longer includes national highways.

Canberra to Sydney

Route Former route Road name Destinations Distance (km)

M23

National Highway 23
Federal Highway Canberra to Goulburn 73

M31

National Highway 31
Hume Highway/Hume Motorway Goulburn to Sydney 187
260 kilometres

Canberra to Melbourne

Route Former route Road name Destinations Distance (km)

A25

National Highway 25
Barton Highway Canberra to Yass 52

M31

National Highway 31
Hume Highway Yass to Albury 294

National Highway M31
Hume Freeway Wodonga to Melbourne (Thomastown) 290

National Highway M80
Western Ring Road Melbourne 15
651 kilometres

Sydney to Melbourne

Route Former
route
Road name Destinations Distance (km)
    Hume Motorway/Hume Highway Sydney to Albury 539
  Hume Freeway Wodonga to Melbourne (Thomastown) 290
  Western Ring Road Melbourne 15
844 kilometres

Sydney to Adelaide

Route Former
route
Road name Destinations Distance (km)
    Hume Motorway/Hume Highway Sydney to Tarcutta 392
    Sturt Highway Tarcutta to Buronga 597
  Mildura to Hewett 370
Gawler Bypass Hewett to Willaston 3
  Northern Expressway Willaston to Waterloo Corner 23
  Port Wakefield Road Waterloo Corner to Adelaide 13
1403 kilometres

Sydney to Brisbane

Route Former
route
Road name Destinations Distance (km)
    Pacific Motorway Sydney to Newcastle 127
    New England Highway Newcastle to Wallangarra 581
  Wallangarra to Warwick 95
Cunningham Highway Warwick to Ipswich 127
  Ipswich Motorway Ipswich to Brisbane 14
944 kilometres

Melbourne to Brisbane

Route Former
route
Road name Destinations Distance (km)
  Western Ring Road Melbourne 15
  Hume Freeway Melbourne (Thomastown) to Seymour 89
  Goulburn Valley Freeway Seymour to Shepparton (except Nagambie) 45
  Goulburn Valley Highway Shepparton to Tocumwal (including Nagambie) 110
    Newell Highway Tocumwal to Goondiwindi 1062
  Leichhardt Highway Goondiwindi to North Goondiwindi 21
Gore Highway North Goondiwindi to Toowoomba 202
  Warrego Highway Toowoomba to Ipswich 97
  Ipswich Motorway Ipswich to Brisbane 14
1655 kilometres

Melbourne to Adelaide

Route Road name Destinations Distance (km)
  Western Ring Road Melbourne 15
  Western Freeway Melbourne (Deer Park) to Ballarat 115
  Western Highway Ballarat to VIC/SA Border 314
Dukes Highway VIC/SA Border to Tailem Bend 189
  Princes Highway Tailem Bend to Murray Bridge 25
  South Eastern Freeway Murray Bridge to Crafers 66
Adelaide-Crafers Highway Crafers to Adelaide 10
719 kilometres

Adelaide to Darwin

Route Road name Destinations Distance (km)
  Main North Road Adelaide to Gepps Cross tba
Port Wakefield Road Gepps Cross to Snowtown tba
Princes Highway Snowtown to Port Augusta tba
  Stuart Highway Port Augusta to SA/NT Border tba
  Stuart Highway SA/NT Border to Daly Waters tba
  Stuart Highway Daly Waters to Darwin tba
3,035 kilometres

Perth to Adelaide

Route Road name Destinations Distance (km)
  Great Eastern Highway Perth to Redcliffe tba
Great Eastern Highway Bypass Redcliffe to Hazelmere tba
Roe Highway Hazelmere to Midvale tba
Great Eastern Highway Midvale to Coolgardie tba
Coolgardie-Esperance Highway Coolgardie to Norseman tba
  Eyre Highway Norseman to Eucla tba
  Eyre Highway Eucla to Port Augusta tba
Princes Highway Port Augusta to Snowtown tba
Port Wakefield Road Snowtown to Gepps Cross tba
Main North Road Gepps Cross to Adelaide tba
2700 kilometres

Perth to Darwin

 

  • Roe Highway Midvale (Perth) to Middle Swan (Perth)
  • Great Northern Highway Middle Swan (Perth) to Port Hedland

 

  • Great Northern Highway Port Hedland to Wyndham
  • Victoria Highway Wyndham to Katherine
  • Stuart Highway Katherine to Darwin

Brisbane to Darwin

 

  • Ipswich Motorway Brisbane to Ipswich

 

  • Warrego Highway Ipswich to Morven
  • Landsborough Highway Morven to Cloncurry
  • Barkly Highway Cloncurry to Camooweal

 

  • Barkly Highway Camooweal to Tennant Creek

 

  • Stuart Highway Tennant Creek to Daly Waters

 

  • Stuart Highway Daly Waters to Darwin

Brisbane to Cairns

 

  • Bruce Highway Brisbane to Cooroy

 

  • Bruce Highway Cooroy to Cairns

Hobart to Burnie

 

  • Brooker Highway Hobart to Granton
  • Midland Highway Granton to Launceston
  • Bass Highway Launceston to Burnie

State highways

    • Gateway Motorway, Queensland
    • Pacific Motorway, Queensland
    • Monash Freeway, Victoria
    • West Gate Freeway, Victoria
    • Princes Freeway, Victoria
    • CityLink, Victoria
  • Southern Expressway, South Australia
    • Eastern Freeway, Victoria
    • EastLink, Victoria
  • Princes Highway, South Australia; Victoria
  • Princes Highway, South Australia
    • Brand Highway, Western Australia
    • Canning Highway, Western Australia
    • Carpentaria Highway, Northern Territory
    • Captain Cook Highway, Queensland
    • Coolgardie-Esperance Highway, Western Australia
    • Great Eastern Highway, Western Australia
    • Great Northern Highway, Western Australia
    • Gulf Developmental Road, Queensland
    • Kennedy Highway, Queensland
    • Kwinana Freeway, Western Australia
    • Leach Highway, Western Australia
    • North West Coastal Highway, Western Australia
    • Old Coast Road, Western Australia
    • Pacific Highway, New South Wales; Queensland
    • Princes Highway, New South Wales
    • Savannah Way, Northern Territory; Queensland
    • South Coast Highway, Western Australia
    • South Western Highway, Western Australia
  • Bass Highway, Tasmania
  • Gold Coast Highway, Queensland
  • Tasman Highway, Tasmania
    • Burnett Highway, Queensland
    • D'Aguilar Highway, Queensland
    • New England Highway, Queensland
    • Reid Highway, Western Australia
    • Roe Highway, Western Australia
  • Isis Highway, Queensland
  • Esk Highway, Tasmania
  • Capricorn Highway, Queensland
    • Lasseter Highway, Northern Territory
    • Tonkin Highway, Western Australia
    • Anzac Highway, South Australia
    • Lake Highway, Tasmania
  • Leichhardt Highway, Queensland
  • Stirling Highway, Western Australia
    • Davey Street, Tasmania
    • Huon Highway, Tasmania
    • Macquarie Street, Tasmania
    • Southern Outlet, Tasmania
  • Flinders Highway, Queensland
  • Canning Highway, Western Australia
  • West Tamar Highway, Tasmania
    • Carnarvon Highway, Queensland
    • Dawson Highway, Queensland
    • Gregory Highway, Queensland
  • Leach Highway, Western Australia
  • East Tamar Highway, Tasmania
  • Port River Expressway, South Australia
  • Arthur Highway, Tasmania
    • Lyell Highway, Tasmania
    • Murchison Highway, Tasmania
    • Zeehan Highway, Tasmania
    • Brockman Highway, Western Australia
    • Bussell Highway, Western Australia
    • Vasse Highway, Western Australia
  • Tablelands Highway, Northern Territory
  • Mallee Highway, South Australia; Victoria
  • Plenty Highway, Northern Territory
  • Salisbury Highway, South Australia
  • Mount Lindesay Highway, Queensland
  • Sandover Highway, Northern Territory
    • Brisbane Valley Highway, Queensland
    • D'Aguilar Highway, Queensland
  • Barossa Valley Highway, South Australia
    • Roper Highway, Northern Territory
    • South Western Highway, Western Australia
  • Kakadu Highway, Northern Territory
  • Monaro Highway, Victoria
  • Monaro Highway, New South Wales
  • Mid-Western Highway, New South Wales
  • Palmerston Highway, Queensland
  • Cumberland Highway, New South Wales
  • Albany Highway, Western Australia
    • Barrier Highway, South Australia
    • Main North Road, South Australia
    • Barrier Highway, New South Wales
    • Great Western Highway, New South Wales
    • Mitchell Highway, New South Wales
  • Oxley Highway, New South Wales
  • Arnhem Highway, Northern Territory
  • Kamilaroi Highway, New South Wales
  • Gwydir Highway, New South Wales
  • Brookton Highway, Western Australia
  • Olympic Highway, New South Wales
  • Cunningham Highway, Queensland
  • Bruxner Highway, New South Wales
  • Captain Cook Highway, Queensland
  • Carnarvon Highway, New South Wales; Queensland
  • Illawarra Highway, New South Wales
    • Balonne Highway, Queensland
    • Bunya Highway, Queensland
    • Moonie Highway, Queensland
    • Wide Bay Highway, Queensland
  • Kings Highway, New South Wales
  • Isis Highway, Queensland
  • Castlereagh Highway, Queensland
  • Castlereagh Highway, New South Wales
  • Riverina Highway, New South Wales
  • Dawson Highway, Queensland
  • Kennedy Highway, Queensland
  • Gregory Highway, Queensland
  • Riddoch Highway, South Australia
  • Peak Downs Highway, Queensland
  • Mitchell Highway, Queensland
  • Mitchell Highway, New South Wales
  • West Coast Highway, Western Australia
  • Northern Highway, Victoria
  • Cobb Highway, New South Wales
  • Calder Highway, Victoria
  • Silver City Highway, New South Wales
  • Buchanan Highway, Northern Territory
  • Mulligan Highway, Queensland
    • Barwon Highway, Queensland
    • Brisbane Valley Highway, Queensland
    • D'Aguilar Highway, Queensland
    • Esk-Hampton Road, Queensland
    • Gore Highway, Queensland
    • Leichhardt Highway, Queensland
    • New England Highway, Queensland
  • Tod Highway, South Australia
  • Birdseye Highway, South Australia
    • Goldfields Highway, Western Australia
    • Great Eastern Highway, Western Australia
    • Buntine Highway, Northern Territory
    • Delamere Road, Northern Territory
  • D'Aguilar Highway, Queensland
    • Flinders Highway, South Australia
    • Lincoln Highway, South Australia
  • Southern Ports Highway, South Australia
  • Muirs Highway, Western Australia
  • Vasse Highway, Western Australia
  • Great Southern Highway, Western Australia
  • Henty Highway, Victoria
  • Midland Highway, Victoria
    • South Gippsland Freeway, Victoria
    • South Gippsland Highway, Victoria
    • Bass Highway, Victoria
  • Bass Highway, Victoria
  • South Gippsland Highway, Victoria
  • Western Port Highway, Victoria
  • Western Port Highway, Victoria

Major arterial roads

    • Main North Road, South Australia
    • Fullarton Road, South Australia
    • Glen Osmond Road, South Australia
  • Nepean Highway, Victoria
  • Cross Road, South Australia
  • Great Western Highway, New South Wales
  • Sir Donald Bradman Drive, South Australia
  • Port Road, South Australia
  • Pacific Highway, New South Wales
  • Adelaide-Mannum Road, South Australia
  • Boyer Road, Tasmania
  • Marlborough Highway, Tasmania
  • Moorooduc Highway, Victoria
  • Mole Creek Road, Tasmania
    • South Road, South Australia
    • Victor Harbor Road, South Australia
    • Tapleys Hill Road, South Australia
    • Marion Road, South Australia
  • Sheffield Road, Tasmania
  • Castra Road, Tasmania
  • Kindred Road, Tasmania
    • Gawler Road, Tasmania
    • Preston Road, Tasmania
    • Gunns Plains Road, Tasmania
    • S Riana Road, Tasmania
    • Pine Road, Tasmania
    • W Pine Road, Tasmania
  • Ridgley Highway, Tasmania
  • Forth Road, Tasmania
  • South Road, South Australia
  • Lyell Highway, Tasmania
    • Zeehan Highway, Tasmania
    • Henty Road, Tasmania
    • Cambridge Road, Tasmania
    • Richmond Road, Tasmania
    • Colebrook Road, Tasmania
    • Mud Walls Road, Tasmania
    • Great Western Highway, New South Wales
    • Liverpool Road, New South Wales
  • East Derwent Highway, Tasmania
  • South Arm Highway, Tasmania
  • Lake Leake Highway, Tasmania
  • Whitehorse Road, Victoria
  • Goodwood Road, Tasmania
  • Domain Highway, Tasmania
  • Bells Line of Road, New South Wales
  • Great Western Highway, New South Wales
    • Poatina Road, Tasmania
    • Cressy Road, Tasmania
  • Great Eastern Highway, Western Australia
  • Meander Valley Highway, Tasmania
  • Princes Highway, New South Wales
    • Main North Road, South Australia
    • Wilmington-Ucolta Road, South Australia
    • Princes Highway, New South Wales
    • Wanneroo Road (Perth-Lancelin Highway), Western Australia
  • Gordon River Road, Tasmania
  • Glenora Road, Tasmania
  • Huon Road, Tasmania
    • Sandy Bay Road, Tasmania
    • Channel Highway, Tasmania
    • Appin Road, New South Wales
    • Putty Road, New South Wales
  • Frankford Road, Tasmania
  • Biralee Road, Tasmania
  • Batman Highway, Tasmania
  • Waterfall Way, New South Wales
  • Wilmington-Ucolta Road, South Australia
  • Lachlan Valley Way, New South Wales
  • Main North Road, South Australia
    • Central Coast Highway, New South Wales
    • Pacific Highway, New South Wales
  • Golden Highway, New South Wales
  • Copper Coast Highway, South Australia
  • Goldfields Way, New South Wales
  • Yorke Highway, South Australia
  • Castlereagh Highway, New South Wales
  • Kidman Way, New South Wales
  • St. Vincent Highway, South Australia
  • Picton Road, New South Wales
  • Camden Valley Way, New South Wales
    • Remembrance Drive, New South Wales
  • Escort Way, New South Wales
  • Summerland Way, New South Wales
  • Burley Griffin Way, New South Wales
  • Fossickers Way, New South Wales
  • Surf Coast Highway, Victoria
    • Bellarine Highway, Victoria
    • Hollow Tree Road, Tasmania
    • Nepean Highway, Victoria
  • Pacific Highway, New South Wales
  • Hopkins Highway, Victoria
  • Geraldton-Mount Magnet Road, Western Australia
  • Hamilton Highway, Victoria
  • Glenelg Highway, Victoria
  • Pyrenees Highway, Victoria
  • Henty Highway, Victoria
  • Sunraysia Highway, Victoria
  • Wimmera Highway, Victoria
  • Loddon Valley Highway, Victoria
  • McIvor Highway, Victoria
    • Goulburn Valley Highway, Victoria
    • Maroondah Highway, Victoria
    • Melba Highway, Victoria
    • Midland Highway, Victoria
  • Maroondah Highway, Victoria
    • Goulburn Valley Highway, Victoria
    • Maroondah Highway, Victoria
  • Maroondah Highway, Victoria
  • Warburton Highway, Victoria
    • Bass Highway, Victoria
    • Strzelecki Highway, Victoria
  • Gillies Highway, Queensland
  • Perth-Bunbury Highway (proposed), Western Australia

Minor arterial roads

  • Burwood Highway, Victoria
  • Mountain Highway, Victoria
  • Borung Highway, Victoria
  • Borung Highway, Victoria
  • Burwood Highway, Victoria
  • Hyland Highway, Victoria
  • Kiewa Valley Highway, Victoria
  • Omeo Highway, Victoria
  • Melton Highway, Victoria
  • Alpine Way, New South Wales
  • Barry Way, New South Wales
  • Bathurst-Ilford Road, New South Wales
  • Bucketts Way, New South Wales
  • Bylong Valley Way, New South Wales
  • Canola Way, New South Wales
  • Derby Highway, Western Australia
  • Dampier Highway, Western Australia
  • Goldfields Highway, Western Australia
  • Goulburn-Oberon Road, New South Wales
  • Henry Lawson Way, New South Wales
  • Irrigation Way, New South Wales
  • Lachlan Valley Way, New South Wales
  • O'Connell Road, New South Wales
  • Thunderbolts Way, New South Wales
  • Wombeyan Caves Road, New South Wales

Outback tracks

  • Duncan Road, Western Australia
  • Buntine Highway, Western Australia
  • Anne Beadell Highway, South Australia; Western Australia
  • Birdsville Track, Queensland; South Australia
  • Canning Stock Route, Western Australia
  • Cape Leveque Road, Western Australia
  • Connie Sue Highway, Western Australia
  • Duncan Road, Northern Territory
  • Goombala Road, South Gippsland
  • Gary Highway, Western Australia
  • Gibb River Road, Western Australia
  • Great Central Road, Western Australia
  • Gunbarrel Highway, Northern Territory; South Australia; Western Australia
  • Kalumburu Road, Western Australia
  • Oodnadatta Track, South Australia
  • Strzelecki Track, South Australia
  • Tanami Road, Western Australia
  • Tanami Track, Northern Territory

Tourist roads

  • Great Ocean Road, Victoria
  • Murray Valley Highway, Victoria
  • Phillip Island Road, Victoria
  • Great Alpine Road, Victoria

 

オーストラリアのズーム可能なマップは、オーストラリアマップ、道路、州と準州、市町村を示す。 オーストラリアは2941299平方マイルの面積をカバーする世界第6位の国です。オーストラリア最大の都市はパース(西オーストラリア州)、キャンベラ(首都特別地域)、メルボルン、シドニー(ニューサウスウェールズ州)、ケアンズ、ブリスベン、タウンズビル(クイーンズランド州)、アリススプリングス、ダーウィン(ノーザンテリトリー)、アデレード(南オーストラリア州)であるとホバート(タスマニア)。オーストラリアは、湖が点在しています - 湖オースティン、湖Bairee、湖マクラウド、カーネギー湖、湖グレゴリー、羅先湖、エア湖、湖ガードナー、湖ブランシュ、レイク名声れ西部と南部地域の最もよく知られている湖の一部。中西部地域は、主に捨て、国への関心の最も有名ないくつかのポイントは、シドニーオペラハウス、カンガルー島、マンゴ国立公園、カカドゥ、そしてホバートあるされています。 オーストラリアは世界最小の大陸やその東の海岸の太平洋とその西にインド洋に囲まれた世界最大の島、の全体を占めている。オーストラリアは世界最大の国のリストに第六位、広大な国です。オーストラリアの大部分は奥地として知られる乾燥した砂漠ですが、オーストラリアでは、他の気候は熱帯雨林、草原、温帯海岸線を含め、海岸の周りにあります。 Un mapa ampliable de Australia, Australia mapa con las carreteras, los Estados y Territorios, ciudades y pueblos. Australia es el sexto país más grande del mundo con una superficie de 2.941.299 millas cuadradas. Las ciudades más grandes de Australia son Perth (Australia Occidental), Canberra (Territorio de la Capital), Melbourne, Sydney (Nueva Gales del Sur), Cairns, Brisbane, Townsville (Queensland), Alice Springs, Darwin (Territorio del Norte), Adelaide (Australia del Sur) y Hobart (Tasmania). Australia está salpicada de lagos - Lago Austin, Lake Bairee, Lake MacLeod, Lago Carnegie, Lago Gregory, Rason Lago, Lago Eyre, Lago Gairdner, Lago Blanche, y el lago de la Fama son algunos de los lagos más conocidos de las regiones del oeste y el sur. Las regiones del centro-oeste son en gran parte desiertas y algunos de los puntos más conocidos de interés en el país son la Ópera de Sydney, Kangaroo Island, el Parque Nacional de Mungo, Kakadu y Hobart. Australia ocupa la totalidad del continente más pequeño del mundo y la isla más grande del mundo, rodeada por el Océano Pacífico en la costa este y el Océano Indico en el oeste. Australia es un país enorme, ocupando el sexto lugar en la lista de los países más grandes del mundo. La mayor parte de Australia es el árido desierto conocido como el interior, pero otros climas de Australia se encuentran alrededor de la costa, incluyendo selvas tropicales, praderas, y las costas templadas. 澳大利亚,澳大利亚地图可缩放的地图显示的道路,国家和地区,城市和村庄。 澳大利亚是世界上第六大的国家,覆盖面积2941299平方英里。澳大利亚最大的城市珀斯(澳大利亚西部),堪培拉(首都地区),墨尔本,悉尼(新南威尔士州),凯恩斯,布里斯班,汤斯维尔(昆士兰),爱丽丝泉,北领地达尔文(),阿德莱德(南澳)和霍巴特(塔斯马尼亚)。澳洲星罗棋布的湖泊 - 麦克劳德湖,奥斯汀湖,Bairee湖,卡内基湖,湖格雷戈里,罗先湖,爱湖,湖盖尔德纳,布兰奇湖,和名人堂湖的西部和南部地区最知名的湖泊。中西部地区主要的冷清,一些最知名的在该国的利益点是蒙哥国家公园,悉尼歌剧院,袋鼠岛,卡卡,和霍巴特。 澳大利亚采用了世界上最小的大陆或世界上最大的岛屿,环绕在它的东部海岸的太平洋和印度洋在其西部的全部。澳大利亚是一个幅员辽阔的国家,在世界上最大的国家名单上排名第六。澳大利亚大多数是干旱的沙漠,被称为内陆,但在澳大利亚海岸附近被找到其他的气候条件,包括热带雨林,草原,温带的海岸线。

Map of Australia 2013 - Up-to-date zoomable map of Australia- Australia map - 澳大利亚 - 2013

1 Melbourne 3,371,888 3,999,982 2 Geelong 137,220 143,921 3 Ballarat 78,221 85,935 4 Bendigo 76,051 82,794 5 Shepparton-Mooroopna 38,773 42,741 6 Melton 35,490 45,624 7 Mildura 30,016 31,361 8 Sunbury 29,566 33,062 9 Wodonga 29,710 31,605 10 Warrnambool 28,150 29,284 11 Traralgon 21,960 24,590 12 Pakenham 18,804 32,911 13 Wangaratta 16,845 17,377 14 Moe-Yallourn 15,582 15 Ocean Grove-Barwon Heads 14,125 16 Horsham 14,125 17 Morwell 13,399 18 Sale 13,336 19 Bacchus Marsh 13,261 20 Echuca 12,358 21 Warragul 11,498 22 Bairnsdale 11,282 23 Colac 10,857 24 Lara 10,525 25 Drysdale-Clifton Springs 10,217 26 Torquay 9,851 27 Portland 9,820 28 Swan Hill 9,684 29 Hamilton 9,379 30 Benalla 9,129 31 Leopold 8,160 32 Maryborough 7,692 33 Healesville 7,355 34 Castlemaine 7,248 35 Ararat 7,169 36 Drouin 6,858 37 Wonthaggi 6,529 38 Gisborne 6,398 39 Seymour 6,063 40 Stawell 5,877 41 Yarrawonga 5,727 42 Kyabram 5,623 43 Lakes Entrance 5,548 44 Wallan 5,410 45 Cobram 5,063 46 Kilmore 4,721 47 Churchill 4,588 48 Leongatha 4,504 49 Kyneton 4,286 50 Cowes 4,215 51 Maffra 4,149 52 Queenscliff 3,890 53 Kerang 3,780 54 Inverloch 3,679 55 Numurkah 3,678 56 Cockatoo 3,541 57 Tatura 3,533 58 Romsey 3,527 59 Paynesville 3,458 60 Whittlesea 3,412 61 Woodend 3,172 62 Camperdown 3,165 3,463 63 Korumburra 3,146 64 Daylesford 3,073 65 Broadford 3,054 66 Portarlington 3,021 67 Mansfield 2,843 4,065 68 Rochester 2,830 69 Euroa 2,776 70 Red Cliffs 2,736 71 Myrtleford 2,728 72 Beechworth 2,645 73 Port Fairy 2,599 74 Warracknabeal 2,490 75 Bannockburn 2,486 76 Creswick 2,485 77 Trafalgar 2,301 78 Anglesea 2,290 79 St Arnaud 2,272 80 Pearcedale 2,236 81 Robinvale 2,214 82 Alexandra 2,141 83 Bright 2,111 84 Orbost 2,097 85 Woori Yallock 2,000 Rank Urban centre Population 2006 Census [1] Area of State 1 Adelaide 1,040,719 [1] Adelaide Plains 2 Mount Gambier 23,494 [2] Limestone Coast 3 Whyalla 21,122 [3] Eyre Peninsula 4 Gawler 20,006 [4] Adelaide Plains 5 Murray Bridge 14,048[5] Murraylands 6 Crafers-Bridgewater 13,375 [6] Adelaide Hills 7 Port Augusta 13,257 [7] Eyre Peninsula 8 Port Pirie 13,206 [8] Mid North 9 Port Lincoln 13,044 [9] Eyre Peninsula 10 Mount Barker 11,540 [10] Adelaide Hills 11 Victor Harbor 10,380 [11] Fleurieu Peninsula 12 Goolwa 5,882 [12] Fleurieu Peninsula 13 Naracoorte 4,888 [13] Limestone Coast 14 Millicent 4,771 [14] Limestone Coast 15 Nuriootpa 4,414 [15] Barossa Valley 16 Renmark 4,339 [16] Riverland 17 Tanunda 4,153 [17] Barossa Valley 18 Kadina 4,026 [18] Yorke Peninsula 19 Berri 4,008 [19] Riverland 20 Strathalbyn 3,894 [20] Fleurieu Peninsula 21 Roxby Downs 3,847 [21] Far North 22 Nairne 3,470 [22] Adelaide Hills 23 Loxton 3,431 [23] Riverland 24 Moonta 3,350 [24] Yorke Peninsula 25 Clare 3,063 [25] Clare Valley 25 largest local government areas by population local government areas are the main units of local government in Australia. They may be termed cities, shires, councils or other names, but they all function similarly. Rank Local government area Population 2006 census Population 2007 estimate [2] Growth rate Stat. division/district 1. City of Onkaparinga 154,417 155,919 1.0% Adelaide 2. City of Salisbury 122,163 124,825 2.2% Adelaide 3. City of Port Adelaide Enfield 106,373 107,970 1.5% Adelaide 4. City of Charles Sturt 104,069 104,464 0.4% Adelaide 5. City of Tea Tree Gully 99,461 99,564 0.1% Adelaide 6. City of Marion 81,430 82,229 1.0% Adelaide 7. City of Playford 71,903 73,162 1.8% Adelaide 8. City of Mitcham 64,282 64,717 0.7% Adelaide 9. City of West Torrens 54,371 54,896 1.0% Adelaide 10. City of Campbelltown 47,941 48,287 0.7% Adelaide 11. City of Burnside 43,902 43,888 -0.1% Adelaide 12. Adelaide Hills Council 39,601 39,691 0.2% Adelaide 13. City of Unley 37,826 38,104 0.7% Adelaide 14. City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters 35,255 35,571 0.9% Adelaide 15. City of Holdfast Bay 34,704 35,037 1.0% Adelaide 16. District Council of Mount Barker 27,612 28,270 2.4% Adelaide 17. City of Mount Gambier 24,494 24,640 0.6% Mount Gambier 18. City of Whyalla 22,332 22,612 1.3% Whyalla 19. Alexandrina Council 21,505 22,026 2.4% Alexandrina 20. Barossa Council 21,407 21,806 1.9% Barossa 21. City of Prospect 20,063 20,354 1.5% Adelaide 22. Town of Gawler 19,406 19,841 2.2% Gawler 23. Rural City of Murray Bridge 18,364 18,595 1.3% Murray Bridge 24. City of Adelaide 17,723 18,575 4.8% Adelaide 25. Port Pirie Regional Council 17,776 17,869 0.5% Port Pirie Sydney [4] Albury Armidale Bathurst Blue Mountains Broken Hill Campbelltown * Cessnock Dubbo Goulburn Grafton Lithgow Liverpool * Newcastle Orange Parramatta * Penrith * Queanbeyan Tamworth Wagga Wagga Wollongong * - City within the Sydney metropolitan area Cities not acknowledged on the NSW Geographical Names Register This list includes local government areas inside the Sydney metropolitan area but excludes cities also acknowledged on the Geographical Names Register. City of Bankstown * City of Blacktown * City of Botany Bay * City of Canada Bay * City of Canterbury * City of Coffs Harbour City of Fairfield * City of Gosford City of Greater Taree City of Griffith[5] City of Hawkesbury City of Holroyd * City of Hurstville * City of Lake Macquarie City of Lismore City of Lithgow City of Maitland City of Randwick * City of Rockdale * City of Ryde * City of Shellharbour City of Shoalhaven City of Willoughby * * - LGA within the Sydney metropolitan area Northern Territory See also: Local government areas of the Northern Territory Darwin (Capital) Palmerston Queensland See also: List of local government areas of Queensland Brisbane (Capital) Bundaberg Cairns Caloundra Gladstone Gold Coast Gympie Hervey Bay Ipswich * Logan City * Mackay Maryborough Mount Isa Rockhampton Sunshine Coast Toowoomba Townsville * - LGA within the Brisbane metropolitan area. Other towns or suburban areas whose local government was accorded City status (including those since amalgamated) include: Charters Towers Redcliffe City * Redland City * Thuringowa Warwick South Australia See also: Local government areas of South Australia Adelaide (Capital) Mount Barker Mount Gambier Murray Bridge Port Adelaide Port Augusta Port Pirie Port Lincoln Victor Harbor Whyalla Tasmania See also: Local government areas of Tasmania Hobart (Capital), which consists of the conurbation of the City of Clarence, City of Hobart, and the City of Glenorchy Burnie Devonport Launceston Victoria See also: List of localities in Victoria (Australia) and Local government areas of Victoria Melbourne (Capital) Ararat Bairnsdale Benalla Ballarat Bendigo Dandenong * Frankston * Geelong Hamilton Horsham Melton * Moe Morwell Mildura Sale Shepparton Swan Hill Traralgon Wangaratta Warrnambool Wodonga * - City within the Melbourne metropolitan area Western Australia See also: Local government areas of Western Australia Perth (Capital) * Albany Bunbury Busselton Fremantle * Geraldton Joondalup * Kalgoorlie Mandurah Rockingham * * - City within the Perth metropolitan area Local government areas with city status not listed above, all of which lie within Perth's metropolitan area, include: City of Armadale City of Bayswater City of Canning City of Cockburn City of Gosnells City of Kwinana City of Melville City of Nedlands City of South Perth City of Stirling City of Subiaco City of Swan City of Wanneroo