States and territories of Australia


States and territories of Australia

The Commonwealth of Australia is made up of 8 states and territories controlled under a federal system of government.

States and territories

Premiers and Chief Ministers of states and territories

See also

* , the ISO codes for the states and territories of Australia.
* Proposals for new Australian States
* List of regions in Australia
* Territorial evolution of Australia
* Australian regional rivalries
* Provinces and territories of Canada (for comparison)

External links

* [http://www.ga.gov.au/map/ Maps of Australia]
* [http://citymayors.com/government/aus_locgov.html CityMayors article]
* [http://au.vlex.com/ Legal Information] Template group
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