Canberraball is the capital city of Australiaball. Canberraball is also Australia's largest inland city and the eighth-largest city overall. It can be best described as "The Washington DC of Australia". It is a complete different territory, and the territory basically goes around all of his borders, along with the theft of some of New South Walesball's clay at Jervis Bay, for the sake of getting some coastline to be like everyone else.
Young Canberra here has an interesting heritage. He was born in 1908, from an argument between Sydneyball and Melbourneball about who should be the capital. So the compromise was that the city would be halfway between both of the cities, which pleased them both.
Issues with the Territory
- Basically everyone who lives there works for the government in some capacity
- It is faster (by car) to get from Sydney into his clay, rather going from Melbourne, technically making it closer to Sydney (this can be explained by the ranges separating NSW from VIC).
- Sydneyball now has a larger population than its bickering brother, Melbourneball (although the difference between their populations has been decreasing since then) and also has more suitable government facilities.
How to draw
Drawing Canberraball isn't difficult:
- Draw the basic circle shape
- Draw a blue stripe on the left, with a Southern Cross
- Color the rest of orange and draw the coat of arms of Canberra
- Draw the eyes and you've finished.
| Commonwealth of |
|Mainland States/Territories||Australian Capital Territoryball • Jervis Bay Territoryball • New South Walesball • Northern Territoryball • Queenslandball • South Australiaball • Tasmaniaball • Victoriaball • Western Australiaball|
|Overseas Territories||Ashmore and Cartier Islandsball • Australian Antarctic Territoryball • Christmas Islandball • Cocos (Keeling) Islandsball • Coral Sea Islandsball • Heard Island and McDonald Islandsball • Norfolk Islandball|
|Former entities||Australian aboriginalsball • British Australiaball • North Australiaball (1846–47) • North Australiaball and Central Australiaball (1927–31)|