michael w asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 1 decade ago

Alice Springs has a population about 26,000 and yet is world famous ?

Is it the only populated town that is not on the coast ?

Update:

Sorry nimrod. I was only asking as I am not an Aussie half wit

2 Answers

Relevance
  • Brooky
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    No, Alice Springs isn't the only populated town not on the coast. There are quite a few, but

    Kalgoorlie (WA) - approx. 37,000

    Mt Isa (Qld.) - approx. 21,000

    Broken Hill (NSW) - approx. 21,000

    Albury (NSW) - approx. 50,000

    Dubbo (NSW) - approx. 40,000

    Armidale (NSW) - approx. 24,000

    Orange (NSW) - approx. 37,000

    Tamworth (NSW) - approx. 56,000

    Wagga Wagga (NSW) - approx. 61,000

    Ballarat (Vic.) - approx. 90,000

    Bendigo (Vic.) - approx. 99,000

    are among the largest.

    And I don't think you're a half wit. How can anyone learn if they don't ask?

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Not true.

    How about Wagga Wagga or Dubbo? They aint on the coast.

    Addenda:

    I'm sorry Michael W. I shouldn't have done that. I was angry about something at the time. I hadn't got it out of my system. So I ended up taking it out on the wrong person.

    Still, that's no excuse. My behaviour was appalling.

    That goes for you too, Ozmaniac.

Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.