3 persons / km²

By: Louk Vreeswijk

Jan 31 2016


Category: Australia, Oceania

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Australia, the 6th largest country in the world, measures about 7.7 million km². With its 24 million people it is one of the least densely populated countries on earth, only 3 inhabitants per km². Quite a difference with my tiny home country The Netherlands which has more than 400 people per km².

Road trains, Central Australia 2013

Road trains, Central Australia 2013

Driving through the Central Australian Outback over endless roads towards infinity, one can sometimes come across so-called road trains. A triple road train can be 50 meters in length. If the landscape hadn’t yet succeeded in making you feel insignificant, the road train will do it.

Photo of the week: Central Australia and Mount Conner, 2013

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