61 is the country code for Australia.
Canberra is the capital city of Australia.
How to Call Australia from Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
To call a telephone number in Australia from Dubai (United Arab Emirates):
- Dial the international call prefix. For calls from Dubai (United Arab Emirates) this is 00 (or '+' from mobile phones).
- Dial the country code for Australia - 61.
- Dial the subscriber number, omitting the first zero if there is one.
Landlines – City/Area Telephone Codes in Australia
Landline numbers in Australia are 10 digits long (including the leading 0 – trunk prefix).
The first digits of the number indicate the geographic area of the subscriber.
For example, in the Australian number 029XXXXXXX, 029 indicates that the subscriber is located in Sydney.
To call a number in Australia from overseas, dial the international call prefix (00/+), the country code for Australia (61), then the subscriber number without the leading 0 e.g. 00-61-29XXXXXXX or +61-29XXXXXXX.
Mobile Telephone Numbers in Australia
Mobile phone numbers in Australia are 10 digits long and begin with 04 (05 is reserved for future use) e.g. 04XXXXXXXX.
To call a mobile phone number in Australia from overseas, dial the international exit call prefix (00/+), the Australia country code (61), and then the subscriber number without the leading 0 e.g. 00-61-4XXXXXXXX or +61-4XXXXXXXX.
The currency of Australia is the Australian dollar (AUD).
Exchange rates between the Australian dollar and the UAE dirham (AUD to AED, AED to AUD) are:
- 1 Australian dollar (AUD) = 2.38 AED
- 1 UAE dirham (AED) = 0.42 AUD
Exchange rates on this page were last updated on .
According to data from the World Bank, the population of Australia in recent years is:
- 2018 - 24,982,688
- 2017 - 24,601,860
- 2016 - 24,190,907
- 2015 - 23,815,995
- 2014 - 23,475,686
- 2013 - 23,128,129
- 2012 - 22,733,465
- 2011 - 22,340,024
- 2010 - 22,031,750
- 2009 - 21,691,700
- 2008 - 21,249,200
- 2007 - 20,827,600
- 2006 - 20,697,900
- 2005 - 20,394,800
- 2004 - 20,127,400
- 2003 - 19,895,400
- 2002 - 19,651,400
- 2001 - 19,413,000
- 2000 - 19,153,000
- 1999 - 18,926,000
- 1998 - 18,711,000
A map of Australia is shown below.