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Length of coastline per 1,000 persons (km) (Regional)



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Australia is a country which is famously known to be a country, gird by seas. Much of the Australian lifestyle revolves around the sea with all of the cities within relatively close proximity to it. The coastal land is more fertile and arable than inland Australia, therefore we have been forced to move to the countrys' borders.

This FACT indicates the length of coastline in each Australian state per 1,000 persons. The Northern Territory has the longest coastline per 1,000 persons with 47.865 kilometers, whereas the ACT which has no ocean coastal region, but does border a lake has only 0.10 kilometers per 1,000 persons.


Source: Geoscience Australia, 2018

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