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South Australia is bordered in the west by Western Australia, in the north by Northern Territory, in the east by Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria, and in the south by the Southern Ocean. It is 983,482 square kilometres (379,725 sq. miles) in size, has 4800 kilometres of coastline with 100 islands, and is the fourth largest of Australia's six states and two territories.
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History and Use
Areas of Interest
- Coongie Lakes National Park
- Coorong National Park
- Flinders Ranges National Park
- Innes National Park
- Lake Eyre National Park
- Lake Torrens National Park
- Murray River National Park Katarapko
- Murray River National Park Lyrup Flats
- Witjira National Park
Access and Facilities
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