Australian Capital Territory - ACT
Australian capital territory was transferred from the control of the South Australian government to the Commonwealth in 1911 and became newly federated nation of Australia and in 1913 was the naming of Canberra as the National Capital. Located between the Goulburn-Cooma railway line in the east, Naas Creek to the South, Cotter River in the west and Molonglo river to the North. It has historic townships, beautiful natural wonders famous Snowy mountains, Namadgi National Park coastlines with beautiful agricultural landscape with dairy cattle, vineyards, sheep with its smallest self-governing internal territory. With Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex operated by United States NASA.