This ClipArt gallery offers 52 images of objects and locations that can be found in Australia.

Adelaide's Botanical Gardens is a 125 acres of land, located inside the north east corner of Adelaide's parklands.

Adelaide Botanical Gardens

Adelaide's Botanical Gardens is a 125 acres of land, located inside the north east corner of Adelaide's…

Color flag of Australia. Blue with the flag of the UK in the upper hoist-side quadrant and a large seven-pointed star in the lower hoist-side quadrant known as the Commonwealth or Federation Star, representing the federation of the colonies of Australia in 1901; the star depicts one point for each of the six original states and one representing all of Australia's internal and external territories; on the fly half is a representation of the Southern Cross constellation in white with one small five-pointed star and four larger, seven-pointed stars.

Flag of Australia, 2009

Color flag of Australia. Blue with the flag of the UK in the upper hoist-side quadrant and a large seven-pointed…

Black and white outline flag of Australia. Blue with the flag of the UK in the upper hoist-side quadrant and a large seven-pointed star in the lower hoist-side quadrant known as the Commonwealth or Federation Star, representing the federation of the colonies of Australia in 1901; the star depicts one point for each of the six original states and one representing all of Australia's internal and external territories; on the fly half is a representation of the Southern Cross constellation in white with one small five-pointed star and four larger, seven-pointed stars

Flag of Australia, 2009

Black and white outline flag of Australia. Blue with the flag of the UK in the upper hoist-side quadrant…

The face of an Australian.

Australian

The face of an Australian.

A curved, usually wooden device which is thrown. A boomerang spins as it flies through the air, and can travel long distances.

Australian Boomerang

A curved, usually wooden device which is thrown. A boomerang spins as it flies through the air, and…

An aborigine camp.

Australian Camp

An aborigine camp.

A west Australian forest.

Australian Forest

A west Australian forest.

Graves used by the ancient peoples of the tribes of Australia.

Australian Grave

Graves used by the ancient peoples of the tribes of Australia.

Australia's 7,686,850 square kilometers landmass is on the Indo-Australian Plate. Surrounded by Indian, Southern and Pacific oceans, Australia is separated from Asia by the Arafura and Timor seas. Australia has a total 25,760 kilometers of coastline.

Australian Scenery

Australia's 7,686,850 square kilometers landmass is on the Indo-Australian Plate. Surrounded by Indian,…

The Queensland Bottle Tree originally classified in the family Sterculiaceae, native to Queensland, Australia.

Bottle Tree

The Queensland Bottle Tree originally classified in the family Sterculiaceae, native to Queensland,…

The cassowary is a large, flightless bird native to Australia and New Guinea. Its head and neeck have no feathers, revealing red and blue skin.

Cassowary

The cassowary is a large, flightless bird native to Australia and New Guinea. Its head and neeck have…

Color flag of Christmas Island. Territorial flag; divided diagonally from upper hoist to lower fly; the upper triangle is green with a yellow image of the Golden Bosun Bird superimposed, the lower triangle is blue with the Southern Cross constellation, representing Australia, superimposed; a centered yellow disk displays a green map of the island.

Flag of Christmas Island, 2009

Color flag of Christmas Island. Territorial flag; divided diagonally from upper hoist to lower fly;…

Black and white outline flag of Christmas Island. Territorial flag; divided diagonally from upper hoist to lower fly; the upper triangle is green with a yellow image of the Golden Bosun Bird superimposed, the lower triangle is blue with the Southern Cross constellation, representing Australia, superimposed; a centered yellow disk displays a green map of the island

Flag of Christmas Island, 2009

Black and white outline flag of Christmas Island. Territorial flag; divided diagonally from upper hoist…

The Emu, a native of Australia, is nearly as large as the Ostrich, but has shorter legs and neck and a thicker body. The wings are rudimentary and hidden beneath feathers of the body. It cannot fly but runs quickly.

Emu

The Emu, a native of Australia, is nearly as large as the Ostrich, but has shorter legs and neck and…

New South Wales Envelope (value unknown) from 1838

New South Wales Unknown Value Envelope, 1838

New South Wales Envelope (value unknown) from 1838

Tasmania Envelope (1 penny) from 1891

Tasmania One Penny Envelope, 1891

Tasmania Envelope (1 penny) from 1891

Found in Oueensland and other parts of Australia, this lizard belongs to the family Agamidae. It reaches a length of about thirty-two inches, and receives its name from the presence of a large expansion of skin at either side of the neck. This frill is notched at the edge, has special supporting cartilages, and by means of muscles can be folded or expanded at will. The lizard walks upon its hind limbs, like the extinct Iguanodon, having the fore limbs hanging down. When at bay, it expands the frill to its fullest extent and opens the mouth wide, exposing its teeth. It inhabits sandy districts.

Frilled Lizard

Found in Oueensland and other parts of Australia, this lizard belongs to the family Agamidae. It reaches…

A large bird, averaging about twenty inches in length when full-grown. It is native to Australia.

Gold River Goat-Sucker

A large bird, averaging about twenty inches in length when full-grown. It is native to Australia.

Hatchets used by the ancient tribes of Australia.

Hatchets

Hatchets used by the ancient tribes of Australia.

Kangaroos are found in Australia, New Guinea and Tasmania. They have powerful rear legs and a muscular tail used for hopping and for defending themselves against predators.

Kangaroo

Kangaroos are found in Australia, New Guinea and Tasmania. They have powerful rear legs and a muscular…

"He is a kingfisher, with a head as big as his body but a voice that is many times bigger than both body and head." —Carpenter, 1902

Kookaburra

"He is a kingfisher, with a head as big as his body but a voice that is many times bigger than both…

A tribesman native to the Victorian period.

Native Victorian

A tribesman native to the Victorian period.

Two women standing in the city of Perth pointing at a dwelling.

Perth

Two women standing in the city of Perth pointing at a dwelling.

The platypus is an interesting mammal, which inhabits the rivers and lakes of Australia and Tasmania.

Platypus

The platypus is an interesting mammal, which inhabits the rivers and lakes of Australia and Tasmania.

Tasmania Revenue Stamp (3 pence) from 1882

Tasmania Three Pence Revenue Stamp, 1882

Tasmania Revenue Stamp (3 pence) from 1882

Victoria Revenue Stamp (5 pound) from 1884

Victoria Five Pound Revenue Stamp, 1884

Victoria Revenue Stamp (5 pound) from 1884

Victoria Revenue Stamp (3 pence) from 1884-1886

Victoria Three Pence Revenue Stamp, 1884-1886

Victoria Revenue Stamp (3 pence) from 1884-1886

Coat of Arms, New South Wales

The Great Seal of New South Wales

Coat of Arms, New South Wales

Coat of Arms, South Australia

The Great Seal of South Australia

Coat of Arms, South Australia

Coat of Arms, Tasmania

The Great Seal of Tasmania

Coat of Arms, Tasmania

Coat of Arms, Victoria

The Great Seal of Victoria

Coat of Arms, Victoria

Coat of Arms, Western Australia

The Great Seal of Western Australia

Coat of Arms, Western Australia

An Australian shield.

Australian shield

An Australian shield.

New South Wales Stamp (1 penny) from 1851-1853

New South Wales One Penny Stamp, 1851-1853

New South Wales Stamp (1 penny) from 1851-1853

New South Wales Stamp (2 pence) from 1888-1889

New South Wales Two Pence Stamp, 1888-1889

New South Wales Stamp (2 pence) from 1888-1889

New South Wales Stamp (unknown pence) from 1871-1876

New South Wales Unknown Pence Stamp, 1871-1876

New South Wales Stamp (unknown pence) from 1871-1876

Queensland Stamp (1 penny) from 1882-1889

Queensland One Penny Stamp, 1882-1889

Queensland Stamp (1 penny) from 1882-1889

South Australia Stamp (2 pence) from 1867-1868

South Australia Two Pence Stamp, 1867-1868

South Australia Stamp (2 pence) from 1867-1868

Tasmania Stamp (4 pence) from 1853

Tasmania Four Pence Stamp, 1853

Tasmania Stamp (4 pence) from 1853

Victoria Stamp (18 pence) from 1889

Victoria Eighteen Pence Stamp, 1889

Victoria Stamp (18 pence) from 1889

Victoria Stamp (5 shillings) from 1868-1878

Victoria Five Shillings Stamp, 1868-1878

Victoria Stamp (5 shillings) from 1868-1878

Victoria Stamp (1 shilling) from 1864-1865

Victoria One Shilling Stamp, 1864-1865

Victoria Stamp (1 shilling) from 1864-1865

Victoria Stamp (6 pence) from 1854-1858

Victoria Six Pence Stamp, 1854-1858

Victoria Stamp (6 pence) from 1854-1858

Victoria Stamp (6 pence) from 1862-1863

Victoria Six Pence Stamp, 1862-1863

Victoria Stamp (6 pence) from 1862-1863

Victoria Stamp (2 pence) from 1870-1878

Victoria Two Pence Stamp, 1870-1878

Victoria Stamp (2 pence) from 1870-1878

Western Australia Stamp (4 pence) from 1854

Western Australia Four Pence Stamp, 1854

Western Australia Stamp (4 pence) from 1854

Western Australia Stamp (1 penny) from 1890-1893

Western Australia One Penny Stamp, 1890-1893

Western Australia Stamp (1 penny) from 1890-1893

A white flower with numerous florets. It is found in Australia, and is abundant on sand plains.

Polycalymma Stuartii

A white flower with numerous florets. It is found in Australia, and is abundant on sand plains.

"The Black Swan is native to Australia."

Black Swans

"The Black Swan is native to Australia."

Sydney harbor.

Sydney

Sydney harbor.

"It is the size of a small wolf, with short, smooth, hair of dusky yellowish-brown color, barred on the lower part of the back with sexteen black transverse stripes. It is the largest and most powerful carnivorous animal in Australia, is nocturnal in its habits, lives in retired caves, devours kangaroos and other small mammalia." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Tasmanian Wolf

"It is the size of a small wolf, with short, smooth, hair of dusky yellowish-brown color, barred on…

"The Wombat is a burrowing marsupial from Australia and Van Dieman's Land, and the islands of Bass' Strait. It is from two to three feet long, with a short tail; of clumsy form, with stout limbs and a blunt muzzle; coat thick, of long, coarse, brownish-gray, wooly hair; head large, flat, broad, with small eyes and ears; fore feet with five and hind feet with four digits; soles broad and naked. The dentition resembles that of the Rodentia, especially in the chisel-like incisors. The wombat is nocturnal in habits, a vegetable feeder, digging up roots with its claws. It is of small intelligence, but is gentle, and capable of domestication to a limited extent. It is hunted for its flesh, which is highly esteemed and is said to resemble pork."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Hairy Nosed Wombat

"The Wombat is a burrowing marsupial from Australia and Van Dieman's Land, and the islands of Bass'…