Top 5 Facts about Australia

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 25 January 2022 Last update: Thursday، 03 February 2022
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There can be many different reasons to love someone, something, or someplace. this is why getting insight into a place might make you fall in love with it! And today we would like to show you new sides of Australia that you might not have heard about before.
Australia is indeed a wonderful place to live and enjoy life, and since we are celebrating Australia Day on the 26th of January, here are the top 5 fun facts about Australia. 

Top 5 facts about Australia 

1- The golden beaches

If you are a beach lover and want to visit a new one each day, Australia is the place to go for you. But, did you know that if you visit a new beach in Australia daily, it will take you more than 27 years to visit all the beaches in the country? And still, some beaches or islands may remain unexplored. 

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2- A Country full of sheep!

There are three times more sheep in Australia than the number of people. Thus, in a crowded country with so many sheep, it’s tough to avoid one; this is why Australian sheep meat is exported in high numbers to other countries due to having more than 104 million sheep roaming around Australia.

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3- World Cockroach Championship

A fun fact about Australia is that Brisbane hosts the Global Cockroach Championship each year. Strange enough, but very intriguing! 

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4- A country for wine lovers

Australia is a place for wine lovers. There are 60 different wine regions in the country, and more than 1.35 trillion wine bottles are produced each year. What else does one want? some wine and amazing cheese to go along with it.

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5- Spider season could cover the country

Spider season starts in spring in Southern Australia. However, in the northern side, usually during Nov - April, spider numbers do increase in warmer months; however, flooding, hurricanes, or rainy weather would encourage spiders to seek shelter inside homes and between objects, spiders in Australia are one of the most enormous spiders ever found, and they are also the highest number of venous creatures in Australia. 

Top 5 Facts about Australia