What are the four types of landform regions in Australia?
A. Coastal Plains, Central Lowlands, Western Plateau, Eastern Highlands B. Coastal Plains, Central Highlands, Western Plateau, Eastern Lowlands C. Uluru, Lake Eyre, Great Dividing Range, Great Victoria Desert D. Coastal Plains, Central Lowlands, Eastern Plateau, Western Highlands
The four types of landform regions in Australia are as follows: 1) Coastal Plains which are located at the eastern side of Australia. In here, you can see a wide variety of animals such as kangaroo, wombat and platypus. Also, it is considered to be the most populated out of the four major landforms and it extends from Queensland to Victoria.
2) Central Lowlands, which extend from the Murray-Darling Basin to the Gulf of Carpentaria, are flat and dry areas. In here, you can see desert ranges such as Macdonnell Rangers and deserts such as Simpson Desert and Sturt’s Stony Desert. 3) Western Plateau includes a majority of Western Australia and some parts of the Northern Territory and South Australia. 4) Eastern Highlands covers more or less 10% of Australia and is commonly referred to as the Great Dividing Range.