Northern Territoryball is a part of Australiaball. It has the smallest population amongst all the federal divisions (States and territories). Its capital and largest city on its clay is Darwin. It rounds out at about 147,000 citizens. Australian aboriginalsball owns 49% of his clay. The territory is known for its party culture and also its Aboriginal ties. It is the only place in the whole of Australiaball's clay to declare martial (military law) during WW2, where the Japanese attacked Darwin.
The first activity in the area was a long time ago. it was when Australian aboriginalsball traded goods with the Makassans, a very old culture that lives in Indonesiaball's clay. Basically, like the other states, a bunch of stuff happened (Well, at least it wasn't as bad as the places) and UKball decided to settle down in Darwin, but most of Australian aboriginalsball's clay now resides in the clay of Northern Territoryball.
Issues within the territory
- Aborigines and White settlers had an argument over what a massive rock would be called, and if you could climb it.
- Darwin has a large young population, mostly aged in their 20's and want to be independent adults have been pushed away from eastern states due to the high cost of living in these areas.
How to draw
Northern Territoryball is based on Australiaball.
- Draw the basic circle shape
- Draw a black stripe on the left with a Southern Cross
- Color the rest of orange and draw a white and black rose
- 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||Migrants that crossed the ocean (Australian aboriginalsball) • British Australiaball () • North Australiaball (1846–47) • North Australiaball and Central Australiaball (1927–31)|