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Sooth Australie
alt text for flag alt text for coat of arms
Flag Coat o airms
Slogan or elk-name The Festival State;
The Wine State
Map o Australie wi Sooth Australie hielichtit
Ither Australie states an territories
Coordinates 30°S 135°E / 30°S 135°E / -30; 135Coordinates: 30°S 135°E / 30°S 135°E / -30; 135
Caipital ceety Adelaide
Demonym South Australian, Croweater (colloquial),[1] South Aussie
Govrenment Constitutional monarchy
 • Govrenor Hieu Van Le
 • Premier Jay Weatherill (ALP)
Australie state  
 • Declared as Colony 1834
 • Proclaimit 28 Dizember 1836
 • Responsible
   govrenment
22 Apryle 1857
 • Became state 1901
 • Australia Act 3 Mairch 1986
Aurie  
 • Total 1,043,514 km² (4t)
402,903 sq mi
 • Laund 983,482 km²
379,725 sq mi
 • Watter 60,032 km² (5.75%)
23,178 sq mi
Population
(Mairch 2016)[2]
 
 • Population 1,706,500 (5t)
 • Densitie 1.74/km² (6t)
4.5 /sq mi
Elevation  
 • Heichest point Mount Woodroffe
1,435 m (4,708 ft)
 • Lawest point Kati Thanda-Loch Eyre
−16 m (−52 ft)
Gross state product
(2010–11)
 
 • Product ($m) $86,323[3] (5th)
 • Product per caipita $52,318 (7th)
Time zone(s) UTC+9:30 (ACST)
UTC+10:30 (ACDT)
Federal representation  
 • Hoose seats 11/150
 • Senate seats 12/76
Abbreviations  
 • Postal SA
 • ISO 3166-2 AU-SA
Emblems  
 • Floral Sturt's Desert Pea
(Swainsona formosa)
 • Ainimal Soothren hairy-nebbit wombat
(Lasiorhinus latifrons)
 • Bird Pipin shrike
 • Fish Leafy seadraigon
(Phycodurus eques)
 • Mineral or gemstane Opal
 • Colours Reid, blue, an gowd
Wabsteid www.sa.gov.au

Sooth Australie (abbreviatit as SA) is a state in the soothren central pairt o Australie. It kivers some o the maist arid pairts o the continent; wi a total laund aurie o 983,482 square kilometres (379,725 sq mi), it is the fowert lairgest o Australie's sax states an twa mainland territories.

Footnotes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Wordwatch: Croweater". ABC NewsRadio. Archived frae the original on 15 September 2005. Retrieved 11 October 2011. 
  2. "3101.0 – Australian Demographic Statistics, Sep 2016". Australian Bureau of Statistics. 6 October 2016. Retrieved 22 September 2016. 
  3. 5220.0 – Australian National Accounts: State Accounts, 2010–11.