Northern Territory, Australia
The tropical top zone has two distinct seasons a wet season and a dry season the wet season spans from November until April and has a average temperature range of 77 degrees F and 91 degrees F. Humidity levels can reach about 80%.
The dry season spans from may until October and usually has a temperature variation of 70 degrees F to about 90 degrees F. Humidity levels are usually around 60-65%
Semi-arid central Australia experiences four different tropical seasons with large variations in temperature between each season.
In the summer, which spans from December until February, the temperature is generally somewhere between 68 and 95 degrees F.
In winter, which spans from June until August, the average temperature range is 37 to 68 degrees F.
Spring and fall in Australia see warm days and cool evenings.
Landforms and important rivers.
- Finke River
- Eastern Highlands
- Northern Plateau
- Central Lowlands
- Uluru (Ayers Rock)
- Karlukarlu (Devil's Marbles)
- Victoria River
- Kathrine-Daly River
Plants and animals
- Tropical fruit
Ethnic groups and languages
There are over 200 migrant nationalities, among whom are predominantly English, Irish, New Zealander, Italian, Croatian, Serbian, Vietnamese, Greek, Chinese, and Indian.
- Caucasian 92%; Asian 7%; Aboriginal and others 1%
Most Indigenous people speak English as a second language. The NT currently has no Territory-wide Indigenous Languages policy.
Relgion and education
- Roman Catholic 21.6%
- Anglican 11.4%
- Uniting church. 6.9%
Current issues and challenges
- Crime rates
- Health care