Familiarise your students with Australia’s neighbouring countries with this detailed map of Indonesia.
Australia and Its Neighbours: Indonesia
While the continent of Australia is also a single country, it is surrounded by many island nations that we consider to be our neighbours. One such island nation is Indonesia.
Indonesia is located to the north of Australia. It is bordered by the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Indonesia comprises over 17 000 islands. It is located on the equator between the continents of Australia and Asia.
Multiple Applications of This Map of Indonesia
This colourful classroom map shows some of the major islands and cities of Indonesia. It is the perfect resource to accompany your Geography lessons on Australia and its neighbouring countries. You may wish to use this poster in the following ways:
- Print the poster on A3 paper and display it in your classroom as a reminder of the geographical features of Indonesia.
- As you teach your students about Australia’s neighbouring countries, provide students with a smaller version of the poster to paste into their workbooks.
- Add this poster to a classroom display about Australia and its surrounding countries. Encourage students to add facts about Indonesia around the poster.
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