This category contains links to Australian States and Territories that have Localities with general guides and directories sub-categories.
Only websites covering more than one state are listed here.
Events, dining and entertainment guides for major cities and popular areas within Australia.
General information and trivia on Australia, places to visit, accommodation and tours.
Post code search.
Provides overview, key facts and events, timelines and leader profiles along with current news.
Features map and brief descriptions of the geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.
Online directory of clubs and associations throughout Australia.
Local business, community organisation and sporting club directory. Browse nationally or by state.
A currency converter offering an up to the minute guide to the value of the Australian dollar against other currencies.
Aims to identify the location of as many archival collections as possible throughout Australia.
Provides information about the country's geography, people, government, economy and tourism. From Thomson Gale.
Includes links to information on culture, geography, the nation, tourism, science and education, towns, trade and commerce, travel and communications.
Documenting and promoting the development of the Indigenous Australian presence on the internet. Includes link library and mailing list.
Profile includes information for various aspects of the country, with a special emphasis on statistics and rankings.
Country portal offers a map and links to Background Notes, Country Study, the US embassy and the current ambassador, press releases, fact sheets, annual Human Rights Reports and other major reports including Industry Market Reports.
Telephone listing search facilities for residential and commercial and government lines. Postcode search, world time, services, and site help.
Hyperlinked encyclopedia article covers the country's history, government and politics, geography, economy, demographics, language and culture.
Searchable database lists more than two million Australian businesses by name, product or service type, as well as by location.
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