What Bodies of Water Surround Australia?

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Water bodies surrounding Australia are Indian Ocean, Timor Sea, Arafura Sea, Gulf of Carpentaria, the Coral Sea, the Tasman Sea and the Great Sea. Australia is the continent surrounded by the most water bodies.
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To the west and south of Australia is the Indian Ocean, to the east and north of Australia is the Pacific Ocean. Way down south at latitude 60 degrees is the Southern Ocean.
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The Atlantic Ocean is the largest body of water surrounding Ireland. Second largest of the world's five oceans (after the Pacific) the Atlantic divides the continents of Europe and
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Australia's western half is bordered by the Indian Ocean, and
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the caribbean sea
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