Year 2056- Entire continent of Australia erupts as a volcano, the largest on Earth. Entire population of Australia wiped out, however big ass scary spiders survive.
@RhettandLink, mate. If you think some piddly supervolcano is gonna wipe out this place, then you need a slab and some durries. Because you're fvcked. And grab some stubbie holders too I broke them all
@CODZTA2011, *whispers* it's like he's trying to communicate
@CODZTA2011, "stubby holders" is that what you guys call vaginas?
@Charlemagne, he said, a super volcano could never destroy Australia, so get 24 beers, some cigarettes and some thermally insulated beer holders, because he has damaged his. You're welcome.
@TheMonkeyGod, yeah cheers mate I've not quite learned your nomenclature ya bloody drongo. But seriously I'm out of fvckin ice. Run down to the servo will ya? Don't be a shjt cvnt
@CODZTA2011, mate wind it back a bit yeah, them sepo,s are havin it tough understanding the lingo...
Papua New Guinea is part of the continent Australia, and they definitely have volcanoes.
If they meant the *region* of Oceania, which includes New Zealand, NZ is quite volcanic.
And if they meant the country of Australia, you must consider that Heard and McDonald Island are part of Australia, and they are (active) volcano-islands.
@Ariel7z, ...I guess they'd have to say *the main island of Australia* has no active volcanoes.
@Ariel7z, Australia is a continent. Oceania is a region. Australiasia is a more generalised continent. But even then Australia is part of south east asia
Since when is Australia a continent?
@Just a Frog, Oops, I mean, ribbit
@Just a Frog, it's a continent and a country
@Just a Frog, The two theories are that Australia and all the islands are a continent collectively called Australia, or that it's called Oceania. In the US it depends who you ask.
@I Think Knot, aaah, yeah I've heard of Oceania before, didn't know it was also known as australia
@I Think Knot, I prefer Oceania
@RTV, Right? It sounds like a cool fantasy place like Atlantis
@I Think Knot, It's officially named Oceania, but nobody calls it that
@Just a Frog, for a very long time now. Oceania is more if a region than a continent. Continents are normally land masses, regions incorporate islands.
@Just a Frog, I always thought Australia was in oceana
@I Think Knot, what's new Zealand in ?
Wait Antarctica has an active volcano?
@Beede, it has a few, actually
So... Volcanoes are necessary to kill off all the scary animals?
A) Australia's an island, not a continent
B) it has no ACTIVE volcanoes. An Australian super volcano is now believed to be responsible for the Great Dying; the largest mass extinction event in history that marked the beginning of the triassic period.
@SqurtieMan, no Australia is a continent.
@SqurtieMan, Australia is a country, you just gotta believe
@SqurtieMan, also the super volcano is believed to be the one that formed the Siberian Traps, which isn't on the Australian continent.
Since when did Australia become a continant
@The Amazing Chipmunk, it's both a continent and a country
@FireProof Fire, well i was not aware of that thank u
Here, for all you doubters http://www.australia.gov.au/about-australia/our-country/the-australian-continent
Don't worry the Yellowstone caldera is but enough to share
Good guy volcano has your kangaroo's back
Don't you think they're overdue for one?
I know done pokemon who could change that...