How the two countries compare.



An Indicator is defined as statistics used to measure current conditions in countries.

On this poster, indicators measure certain statistics from a range of countries.

It measures whether or not a country has an improved water source, low or high mortality rate, and also the life expectancy for males and females in countries.

There is a whole range of indicators available.




Australia is a highly developed, stable country with a federal-state system. There are a lot of opportunities for tourisits.

Australia is a country that holds many Indigenous people and show support for them.

On April the 25th each year (ANZAC Day), Australia commemorates the anniversary of the landing of troops of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps during World War I at Gallipoli, Turkey.

We celebrate Australia day every year on the 26th of January.

Australia has a high use of public transport and we have very high buildings in the main cities.

Australias widlife is one of the most well-known features about Australia. Australia has more species of mammals, birds and amphibians than nearly any other country, and more reptiles than any other country on Earth.

This is the average household in Australia.

Australia has a lot of well built houses, and a lot of them.

Most families own houses like the one in the picture.

Australia uses a dollar and cents system of decimal currency with 100 cents in a dollar. We use both notes and coins, and Australian currency is the only legal tender in Australia. Australian bank notes include $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 notes. Coins used are silver 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent coins, while our gold coin currency consists of $1 and $2 coins

Education in Australia beats a lot of other countries with many primary schools, high schools, universities and TAFE's located in every state of Australia.

The government has a lot of money to fund for the schools to support them, unlike other Governments and countries.

Australia's government give their citizens healthcare and financial support, unlike other countries.

Australia provides support for Indigenous people, seniors, families, and pretty much anyone.

Nearly $5,000 per person is spent on our health per year.



Papua New Guinea is a developing country in the SouthwestPacific.

Papua New Guinea has a high crime rate. Several U.S. citizen residents and visitors have been victims of a violent crime in recent years.

Papua New Guinea's equipment failures and sudden shortages of common medications can mean even routine treatments and procedures (such as X-rays) may be unavailable.

Papua New Guinea has an amazing National Botanic Garden.

There is more than 2km of boardwalk threading under and through the jungle canopy.

Crime in Papua New Guinea and the people who are Unemployed often lead to civil unrest and crime.

If you travel to Papua New Guinea you have to make sure you have protection and to stay away from the bad places.

The currency of Papua New Guinea is made up of Kina (keena) and toea (toya) with 100 toea equal to One Kina. The Kina was introduced on the 19th of April 1975. The Kina replaced the Australian Dollar and the toea replaced the Australian cent.

In 2011 there are seven Universities in PNG. These Universities are accredited under the PNG Office of Higher Education and have establishing Acts of Parliament.

Papua New Guinea also has 2600 community schools - grades 1 to 6.

Stilt houses can last from 20 to 30 years. This will depend on the type of timber used for the posts, so the type of tree they choose is very important.

The height from the ground to the floor of the houses are about 3.5 to 4.00 metres.

This allows for the water level at high tide.