United Australia

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United Australia (UA) was a de facto sovereign nation located in the Australian continent.

United Australia consisted of four constituent nations: The Realm of Australia, TerraAustralis, North Australia and Western Australia.

United Australia was dismissed due to arguments between the leaders of constituent nations.

Etymology and terminology

United Australia was at first suggested between New Australia and North Australia as the union of Australian states. TerraAustralis, the Kingdom of Australia (current)|Australia and Western Australia joined into the United Australia negotiations. After the Australian Merger, New Australia and the Kingdom of Australia were jointly named the Australia Realm.

The term of United Australia was used to refer to the union of its four constituent nations.


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    Main articles: Australia#Geography, TerraAustralis#Geography

The area of United Australia is 1291 chunks (330,496 m2). The nation currently occupies a large portion of continental Australia, Tasmania and the island of New Guinea aswell as the modern day Solomon Island right next to New Guinea.

Former Administrative Divisions

United Australia follows the administrative divisions of the real-life Australia. It has six states — New South Wales (NSW), Queensland (QLD), South Australia (SA), Tasmania (TAS), Victoria (VIC) and Western Australia (WA) — and two major mainland territories — the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and the Northern Territory (NT).

Area of Influence of Oceania (Outdated)

New Australia controls lower New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria and Tasmania, Australia controls the City of Brisbane, TerraAustralis controls upper New South Wales and lower Queensland, North Australia controls upper Northern Territory, and Western Australia controls lower WA.

The remaining territories are currently under influence of Outback for Central and South Australia and Pilbara for upper WA. .