You probably already know Australia is a relatively hot country, but the map above shows how the clinate of its various regions compares to other places on earth (including cities).
Habitability Map of Australia From 1946
The map above shows how habitable various parts Australia are with respect to agriculture and livestock. The scale goes from god agricultural and pastoral lands to the rather direct ‘useless.’
Half of Australia Lives Here
The 3 areas in blue above, contain roughly 50% of Australia’s population, which means that the area in white contains the other 50%.
For those that don’t know their Australian geography the 3 areas are:
The Theft And Return Of Australian Indigenous Land 1788 To 2013
The map above shows that between the establishment of the British penal colony of New South Wales in 1788 and the mid-1960s, Indigenous Australians were deprived and dispossessed of virtually all their land.
According to Jon Altman, who created the map, this theft was justified using a number of reasons including: