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Interesting facts
Australia interesting facts

There are three times as many sheep than people living in Australia

Tasmanian Devils have the strongest bite per body size of any mammal

Voting in elections in Australia is compulsory (you don't have a choice) for everyone 18 years of age and over, with an initial fine of $72 issued for non-voters.

Despite this, only around 81% of eligible Aussie voters cast their vote

The legal drinking age in Australia is 18 years old

Only licensed electricians are legally allowed to change a lightbulb in Australia

Australia's first police force was made up of 12 convicts who were judged to be the best behaved

Over 25% of Australia's residents were born overseas as of 2012 – a number that is expected to increase rapidly

Someone from Sydney is typically referred to as a Sydney-sider

Those from Queensland are nicknamed Banana Benders

The average Australian will eat the equivalent of 18 full cows and 90 full sheep in his or her lifetime

Australians generally use British English for the majority of language, with 'colour' and similar words spelled with a 'u', while words such as 'specialised' use an 's' as opposed to a 'z'

Australia is the driest of any continent on earth other than Antarctica

Australia is home to the world's largest cattle ranch – which is bigger than the entire country of Belgium

Australian Rules Football (also called Aussie Rules) was originally created for cricket players to play in their off season. It is now one of the most popular sports in the country.

Over 80% of Aussies engage in some form of gambling

Melbourne has the largest public tram system in the world

 

 

 
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