Gold book Australia Continent
The name Australia in Australian English is derived from the Latin Terra Australis ("southern land"), a name used for a hypothetical continent in the Southern Hemisphere since ancient times. When Europeans first began visiting and mapping Australia in the 17th century, the name Terra Australis was naturally applied to the new territories. Historically, Indigenous Australians inhabited the continent for about 65,000 years. Continently, Australia contains 23 countries and shares a 0.55 population of the world. Interestingly, Australia is home to over 500 varieties of eucalyptus trees and Two-thirds of Australia is desert land. The world's largest coral reef -- the Great Barrier Reef -- is around 2000 kilometers long and Australia is well known for unique animals of kangaroo, emu, platypus.
The Gold Book would contain profiles of personalities who have created an impact on their commitments for the betterment of society for promoting the cause of education, health, environment, human rights, woman empowerment, humanity, business, music, literature, fine arts, entertainment, politics, science & technology and other domains. The editorial Jury would select personalities from Australia continent with showcasing their contribution and dedicated work to serve humanity or innovative thinking made the world progressive in terms of social, cultural, educational, political and technological development of the world.