South Australia


Landforms: volcanoes and mountain areas, western plateau

Bodies of water: sothern oceans and Indian Ocean


Mediterranean climate, south Australia's main temperature is 84.

Plants and animals

Plants: gum tree, a tree exudes gum

Tea Tree: Australasian flowering shrubors small tree with leaves that are sometime used for tree.

Animals: kangaroo, estimates of Australia's kangaroo population vary between 30 to 60 million.

Echidna: spiny ant eater, which has a long sticky tongue and prickly coat like a hedgehog.

Natural Resource

Energy: a secur supply of adequate, clean, reliable energy at an offordable price is vital for Austrialias economic growth.


The history of South Australia refers to the history of the Australian State of South Australia and its preceding Indigenous and British colonial societies. Aboriginal Australians have lived in South Australia for tens of thousands of years, while British colonists arrived in the 19th century to establish a "free colony", with no convict settlers. European explorers were sent deep into the interior, discovering some pastoral land but mainly large tracts of desert terrain.

People and Language

Australian, Australian Aboriginal, Australian South Sea Islander and Torres Strait islander, all fall within the Australian Peoples narrow group and the Oceanian broad group.

Land Use


Religion and Education

Young people aged 17 and older may choose to return to school to complete SACE, continue with formal study, participate in a community education program or start work.

Traditions, Customs, and Food

Today, there are few prescribed traditions associated with Australia Day. As a consequence, most Australians simply take the initiative to make the day into what they want it to be. In practice, this often means visiting friends, attending a rock concert, sitting on a beach, or having a barbeque . Other great city dining experiences include Alphütte, Rigoni’s, Pranzo, Apothecary and The Manse.


High costs in Australian housing markets have brought the significant consequences to the economically and socially disadvantaged South Sudanese community and other minority ethnic groups in Australia.It's hardly surprising that on the world's driest inhabited continent, experts are concerned about how Australia looks after its water.