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Fact and NumberOver or Under?Actual
Number of bioregions in Australia (NRS): 95
Record high temperature for the month of June (any year) in Hobart: 22C
Number of times Australia has held the Summer Olympic Games: 3
Number of electorates in the House of Representatives: 220
Estimated number of Koalas in Australia (2008): ~220,000
Distance from Perth to Darwin BY ROAD: 3,500km
Approximate area of the Great Barrier Reef: 276,000 square kilometres
Number of words in Advance Australia Fair (first verse only): 80
Number of Islands in Australia's maritime border: 6,983
Population of Australia as of 13 July 2012: 24,225,303
Number of trams in Melbourne's Yarra Trams fleet: 576
Number of runs scored by Don Bradman in test cricket in his career: 5,604
Elevation of the highest point of Mt Kosciuszko: 2,532m
Approximate number of coaches, athletes and officials registered under Athletics Australia: ~45,000
Median age of Australians, 2010: 39
Fact and NumberOver or Under?Actual
Number of seats held by the Labor party in Queensland's lower house: 10
Number of facebook users in Australia: 12,694,403
Population of the ACT: 280,000
States in Australia: 7
Number of Standby Reserves in the Australian Army: 14,346
Passenger traffic from Sydney at Melbourne Airport in 2011 FY: 6,960,395
Online Apple price for a 32GB Wifi only Black iPad: $689
Number of times Queensland has beat New South Wales in State of Origin, since 2005: four
Number of books written by Chopper Read: 9
Number of Australians declaring 'Jedi' as their religion in the 2011 census: 37,000
Age of Kevin Rudd as of 13 July 2012: 57
Number of formal votes cast in the 2010 Federal Election for the Communist Alliance Party in the Senate: 13,503
Number of divorces in Australia in 2010: 41,260
Height of Sydney Tower (to top of antenna): 270m
Number of medals won by Australia in the 2000 Olympics: 52

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