Australia

Kaalaman tungkul sa Australia

Region:Osyaniya
Capital:Canberra
Population:22,680,000
Area (sq km):7,686,850
FIPS Country Code:AS
ISO Country Code:AU
GRN Office:Global Recordings Network Australia

Map of Australia

Map of Australia

Mga wika at dayalekto na sinasambit sa Australia

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Pangalan ng mga Wika May recording na Magagamit
Alawa [Australia, Northern Territory]
Alyawarr [Australia, Northern Territory]
Anindilyakwa [Australia, Northern Territory, Groote Eylandt]
Anmatyerre [Australia, Northern Territory]
Arrernte, Eastern [Australia, Northern Territory]
Bardi [Western Australia]
Burarra [Australia, Northern Territory]
Dhangu: Golumala [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Dhangu: Wangurri [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Dhuwal: Datiwuy [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Dhuwal: Djapu [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Dhuwal: Liyagawumirr [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Djambarrpuyngu [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Djingili [Australia, Northern Territory]
English: Aboriginal [Australia]
English: Australia
Ganggalida [Australia]
Garawa [Australia, Northern Territory]
Gayardilt [Australia]
Gooniyandi [Australia]
Gugu-Bera [Australia]
Gumatj [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Gupapuyngu [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Gurindji [Australia, Northern Territory]
Guugu-Yimidhirr [Australia]
Iwaidja [Australia, Northern Territory]
Jaru: Djaru [Australia]
Jarwony [Australia, Northern Territory]
Kaantyu [Australia]
Kala Lagaw Ya [Queensland]
Kija [Western Australia]
Kriol [Australia]
Kuku-Mungen [Queensland, Cape York]
Kuku-Yalanji [Queensland]
Kunwinjku [Australia, Northern Territory]
Kunwinjku: Dangbon [Australia, Northern Territory]
Kuuku-Ya'u [Australia]
Luritja [Australia, Northern Territory]
Maialli [Australia, Northern Territory]
Mangala [Western Australia, Mowanjum]
Mangarayi [Australia, Northern Territory]
Martu Wangka [Western Australia]
Maung [Australia]
Meriam [Australia]
Miriwung [Australia, Northern Territory]
Mudburra [Australia, Northern Territory]
Murrinh-Patha [Australia, Northern Territory]
Ngaanyatjarra [Western Australia]
Ngandi [Australia, Northern Territory]
Ngarinyin [Western Australia, King River]
Nyangumarta [Western Australia]
Nyikina/Mangala [Western Australia, Kimberley]
Pitjantjatjara: Ernabella [Australia]
Rembarrnga [Australia, Northern Territory]
Ritharngu [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Thaayore [Queensland]
Tiwi [Australia, Northern Territory, Nguiu]
Torres Strait Creole: Ap-ne-ap [Australia]
Torres Strait Creole: Yumpla Tok [Australia]
Umpila [Australia]
Wadyiginy [Australia, Northern Territory]
Walmajarri [Australia]
Warlpiri [Australia, Northern Territory]
Warramiri [Australia, Northern Territory, North-East Arnhem land]
Warumungu [Australia, Northern Territory]
Western Arrarnta [Australia, Northern Territory]
Wik-Alkan [Australia]
Wik-Muminh [Australia]
Wik-Mungkan [Australia]
Wik-Ngathan [Australia]
Wik-Uwan [Australia]
Worora: Unggumi [Australia]
Worrorra [Australia]
Wubuy [Australia, Northern Territory]
Wunambal: Gwini [Australia]
Yankuntjatjara [South Australia]
Yanyuwa [Australia]
Yindjibarndi [Western Australia]

Lupon ng mga Tao sa Australia

Aborigine Creole; Aborigine Creole, Northern; Aborigine, Detribalized; Aborigine, Southwest; Afrikaner; Albanian, general; Alyawarra; Americans, U.S.; Andilyaugwa; Anglo-Australian; Anglo-New Zealander; Anglo-South African; Anmatjirra; Arab, Egyptian; Arab, general; Arab, Syro-Lebanese; Aranda, Western; Armenian; Arrernte, Eastern; Assyrian; Baadi; Basque; Belorusian; British; Bulgarian; Burera; Croat; Czech; Deaf; Dhangu; Dhuwaya; Djambarrapuyngu; Djeebbana; Djinang; Djinba; Dutch; Estonian; Filipino, Tagalog; Finnish; French; Gaididj, Kaytetye; Garawa; German; Greek; Guguyimidjir; Gugu-Yimidjir; Gumatj; Gunwinggu; Gupapuyngu; Gurinji; Gypsy, Anglo-Romani; Han Chinese, Cantonese; Han Chinese, Hakka; Han Chinese, Mandarin; Hazara; Hmong Njua; Hungarian; Indonesian; Irish; Irish Traveller, Shelta; Italian; Iwaidja; Japanese; Jaru; Javanese; Jew, English Speaking; Khmer, Central; Kitja; Korean; Kugu-Muminh; Kugu-Uwanh; Kukatja; Kuku-Yalanji; Kunbarlang; Kunjen; Kurd, Kurmanji; Kuuku-Yau; Lao; Latvian; Lithuanian; Mabuiag; Macedonian; Malay; Malay, Cocos Islands; Maltese; Mandeaen; Mangarai; Maori; Maridjabin; Maringarr; Martu Wangka; Maung; Miriam; Murinbata; Nakara; Nangikurrunggurr; Neo-Melanesian Papuan; Ngalkbun; Ngarinman; Ngarinyin; Ngarluma; Nunggubuyu; Nyanganyatjara; Nyangumarda; Nyigina; Panytyima; Persian; Pintiini; Pintupi; Pintupi-Luritja; Pitcairner, Norfolk; Pitjantjatjara; Polish; Portuguese; Pukapuka; Rabaul Creole German; Rembarrnga; Ritarungo; Romanian; Romani, Balkan; Russian; Serb; Slovak; Slovene; South Asian, general; Spaniard; Thaayoore; Thai, Central; Tiwi; Tongan; Torres Strait Islander; Turk; Ukrainian; Uyghur; Uzbek, Northern; Vietnamese; Walmatjari; Wardaman; Warlmanpa; Warlpiri; Warumungu; Watjari; Welsh; Wik-Iiyanh; Wik-Munkan; Wik-Ngathana; Worora; Yankunytjatjara; Yanyuwa; Yindjibarndi;

Mga Balita tungkul sa Australia