Is Australia an Island?

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Australia is an island because it is surouned by water on all sides. It is also considered a continent.
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Australia is large enough that it is considered a continent and not an island..
Yes, Australia is an island. By definition, an island is a body of land completely surrounded by water. Australia fits this definition. Because of its size, it is also a continent.
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