Ashmore and Cartier Islands



Official Country Name
Ashmore and Cartier Islands

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Overview
These uninhabited islands came under Australian authority in 1931; formal administration began two years later. Ashmore Reef supports a rich and diverse avian and marine habitat; in 1983, it became a National Nature Reserve. Cartier Island, a former bombing range, is now a marine reserve.

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Economy
no economic activity

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Location
Ashmore and Cartier Islands is located in Southeastern Asia, islands in the Indian Ocean, midway between northwestern Australia and Timor island

Region
Ashmore and Cartier Islands is located in Asia

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Population
Ashmore and Cartier Islands has population of no indigenous inhabitants

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Climate
Ashmore and Cartier Islands has tropical

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Terrain
low with sand and coral

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Natural Resources
fish

Ethnic Groups in Ashmore and Cartier Islands
Ashmore and Cartier Islands has the following ethnic groups - no indigenous inhabitants

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Religions
no

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Languages


Ashmore and Cartier Islands Capital
Ashmore and Cartier Islands capital is

Ashmore and Cartier Islands Currency
Ashmore and Cartier Islands currency is

Map of Ashmore and Cartier Islands