Australia is Composed of Different Geological Parts

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Most people believe Australia to be a uniform continent where all places are geologically the same. Drill holes now show an australia ocean in the west and a mountain range. The eastern states are more recent. ⎳ australia a composed a in a are a different a geological a parts ⎳
Australian cratons
The composite land mass is very old, becoming a continent 55 million years ago with Western Australia mainly comprised of sand dating back 4,374 million years. The Yilgarn craton is the large base slab. North of this is the Pilbara craton.  ⦿3 composed up u parts geological ⦿3

One thousand eight hundred years ago three proto-continents joined to form a major part of what would later be Australia. They can be identified as analogous to present day South Australia. the Northern Territory and Western Australia.  ⧗ blog on geological composed ⧗

As recently as 1,400 million years back an inland sea separated SA and WA. It made volcanic mountains by subduction. Erosion later created the continental land mass we know today.  It is not just a slumbering giant.  Much activity has gone into its formation.
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