When UKball decided to expand its land to stop growing european powers taking the rest of the continent, the Swan River Colony was established on clay in the west of Australia.
With the discovery of vast mineral deposits across the west of the country, the colony quickly became a state, and its Capital, Perth was established.
- Western Australiaball feels neglected and used by Australiaball. This is often also referred to as the "Mining Boom".
- Like, Queenslandball its always hot.
How to draw
Western Australiaball is based on Australiaball.
- Color the basic circle stripe of this red
- Draw the Union Jack in the up-left quarter (using this blue and white)
- Draw the roundel coat of arms of Western Australia
- Draw the eyes and you've finished.
- Australiaball - Badly manages our economy, we get nothing.
- South Australiaball - Neglected brother, i feel you.
- New South Walesball, Victoriaball (Australia), Queenslandball - You eastern states take away everything. We would be so much better off without you, but nooo our government is over there, far away from here and can't be bothered to do anything about it, and can't give us at least some of what we should have.
- Canberraball - The result from an argument of 2 states that shouldn't really of been that rich in the first place.
- Australian Antarcticaball - Western Australia 2.0, just wait, all the miners will head south when we're done. Then we'll be left in the ruins.
- Texasball - Haha you're so tiny, I'm bigger than you and Alaska put together!
Mining. Still mining...
| 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)|