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South Australia Line breaks: South Aus|tra¦lia
Pronunciation: /saʊθɒˈstreɪliə/

Definition of South Australia in English:

A state comprising the central southern part of Australia; population 1,603,361 (2008); capital, Adelaide. Constituted as a semi-independent colony in 1836, it became a Crown Colony in 1841 and was federated with the other states of Australia in 1901.

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