With a surface area of 7.69 million square kilometers (approximately 22 times the size of Japan and larger than all of Europe), Australia is unmistakably vast. The country abounds with natural beauty, possessing roughly 36,735 kilometers of coastline and 7,000 beaches. Administratively, the nation is divided into six States, one Territory, and the Australian Capital Territory (Canberra). Distinctive towns speckle the perimeter of this ‘island-continent’. Despite its vastness, Australia is home to only 22 million people, making it one of the least densely populated nations on Earth. The indigenous ‘aborigines’ currently account for only 2% of the total population. Australia is “a country of immigrants” representing a broad and diverse array of ethnicities. The nation’s history of immigration dates back to 1788, when a British fleet reached Port Jackson on the outskirts of Sydney. Australia currently accepts roughly 130,000 immigrants each year from countries such as Great Britain, New Zealand, Italy, Vietnam, China, and Greece. Australians are said to be quick to open up to new people. The magnanimous Aussie temperament is epitomized by the word “mateship”.
Japanese Motor Company Incentive in Sydney
Very Unique Gala Dinner at”Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre”
President speech on the Diving board, attraction using the Olympic pool, dinner along the pool side…etc.
Tour East Australia Pty Ltd
Address：Suite 2, Level 2, 189 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
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