• Yes

  • No

67% 29 votes
33% 14 votes
  • Clearly. Probably just a joke, but still - yes it exists.

  • Why, yes! You can clearly see on the map that Australia exists.

  • Despite voting for the true-to-real-life answer, I'd still like to award (+2) internet points to MassiveDump for his response.

  • What a stupid question!

  • lol Massive dump, clearly still bitter about missing some of immigration points huh. never mind we'll still be here for you to holiday in and cry cry cry over; on your long long long flight home that you couldn't stay. I think Australia is so great because it takes so long to get here that it is better to make life really grouse than get psyched to get back on that little cramped plane.

  • Dude I live in Australia

  • What feeble-minded racist asked this question? Yeah, saying a country doesn't exist is a red-flag for racism.

  • This is insane

  • Yes it does. Why? It's simple. I'm one of those idiots who lives in it? Besides we make good Beer and the best coffee. We trade with other countries if we need to. So you guys are saying that we are not real when I am speaking to you right now?

  • Listen. I don't wanna be a jerk here or nothing, but Australia does not, nor has it ever, nor will it ever, exist. The undisputed world power, Swaziland, supposedly discovered Australia in 1998. However, Nobel Prize winner Nicholas Cage went to the supposed coordinates of Australia in 2004 and found nothing more than a fat desert surround by sharks. Also, it's existence can't be confirmed because it has no population. A country that spans an entire continent? Yeah, right. And I have a soul. Everyone the seven continents are North America, South America, Africa, Asia, Europe, Antarctica, and Atlantis. There's never eight of anything. C'mon. Snow White and the Eight Continents? I don't recall watching THAT movie with Kirsten Stewart. The sooner we face reality, the sooner we can move on from the Ausralia Delusion. "And I say to the grownups, if you want to accept Australia and live in your world, in your world that's completely inconsistent with everything we observe in the universe, that's fine, but don't make your kids do it because we need them. We need geographically literate voters and taxpayers for the future. We need people that can—we need engineers that can build stuff, solve problems. Please, don't teach your kids Australianism. " -Bill Nye.

  • i hate how this site is riddled with australianists who dont accept truth and science

  • I'm here floating on some Earth, no Australias in sight

  • Lets be honest here. How many of you have actually been to Australia? How many of you have seen Australia? Exactly. You haven't. Its all just a big government plan to cover up the moon landings. Thank you for your time.

  • Australia obviously doesn't exist. I fail to believe a country full of people riding kangaroos to work could ever exist. This Vegemite is just a hoax formed by the American government to hide the fact that you are just eating poo. And google maps has been hacked by poodlecorp to make it show a massive country. Admit it no one has ever seen Australia nor has anyone ever been to Australia and anyone who says they are Australian obviously has a mental health disorder.

  • Australia clearly doesn't exist. You should seriously consider how a country full of obese walruses with a bloody hippopotamus for a car still exists. There are retarded aliens with glasses who think it is a great idea to make food out of absolute shit. If you think Australia exists well then you should go see a doctor because you are an absolute retard.

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a.louise says2015-10-05T19:36:35.0722729Z
On a flight I stopped at an ''Australian'' airport and escaped to look out of a window and turns out we were just outside new Zealand have you ever seen doctor who the crimson horror or something well that's what they do to everyone who ''emigrates'' there no Australia doesn't exist neither do kangaroos its a conspiracy originally meant as a practical joke against the americans

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