Every nation has their fair share of reckless drivers behind the wheel – after all, motor vehicle accidents occur every 60 seconds across the world. Unfortunately, Australia is no exception, with an annual 600,000 reported road crashes, 200,000 reported injuries, and 22,000 serious injuries that require long-term care and treatment. An even more tragic fact lies in the estimated 1,700 Australians who are killed each year in devastating road accidents.
This infographic from New World Immigration depicts Australian immigration figures emphasizing the focus on immigrants from the United Kingdom.
If you are an Australian techie looking for a fun and different vacation, discover these three awesome options in an infographic by Aussie Blog.
Thinking of visiting Australia? Are you looking for offbeat information you might not find in a guide book? This infographic from Cheapflights.com.au could be just what you need.
Journalist Feann Torr, on behalf of motoring.com.au, bravely decided to travel west across Australia, from Brisbane to Perth, in a brand new shiny red Mazda6. It took Feann five days to complete the epic trek. Find out just how many kangaroos he only narrowly managed to avoid as well as other interesting information.
Australian muscle pioneers, Holden, have just released the HSV Gen-F GTS, the most powerful Australian production car ever. But just how well does this Antipodean upstart compare to its American and European competitors? Once you’ve seen just how well the Holden fairs, check out more car reviews with ratings at Motoring.com.au where thousands of cars are compared and reviewed.
This infographic from Sporting Index begins by harking back to a golden period when Australia was seen as a ferocious and impressive force in the world of cricket – a real force to be reckoned with. However, as time has gone by, the Australian team has reached a point where they are stuck in a rut, shambolic, getting poor results, and engaging in changing room disputes and bar room dust-ups. Hardly the Australian cricket team we know.
What makes Australia the happiest place to live? It could be the famous sunshine and incredible beaches or the sense of community. Whatever it is, Australia is top of the list a third year in a row. Get the facts in the following infographic.
The following infographic by East Coast Car Rentals intends to educate the tourists about some Australian travel attractions. The big things of Australia are considered as the most popular roadside tourist destinations in the world. Big things refer to the sculptures, monuments and architectural structures built roadside in different places of the country. These structures are highly significant as they represent the local heritage, culture and traditions being observed over the years.
This infographic by Larsen Jewellery shows how much it cost to have a wedding in Australia, comparing it to several other countries around the world. It averages out the cost of typical wedding elements like cake, limo hire, wedding dress, wedding rings etc., and provides 8 tips to a cheaper wedding.
The Bathurst 1000 is Australia’s largest motorsporting event. Each year, over 150,000 motorsport fans enter through the gates of the Bathurst raceway. This infographic by Junair commemorates the past 50 years of the iconic event, outlining stats such as each year’s winners, their cars and other interesting information.
The Ultimate Money Test is a unique test for knowledge, behavior and attitudes towards work, the economy, spending and saving money. Starting back in February, www.CreditCardCompare.com.au began surveying over 1,000 Australians. The results are now in, and they reveal that Australia is a nation of money savers and deal seekers.