The first thing you will notice when you arrive at Australia is how big it is.
The flag flies high, but the flag has not been designed for a small country like Australia.
But when it comes to passports, Australia is no small country.
In the last three years alone, the Australian Government has issued about 1.5 million passport-sized pieces.
One in every two Australians has a passport.
There are a variety of reasons why Australians have passports, but they tend to be a little more complicated than they might initially think.
What is a passport?
Australia’s passport is a series of five pages, and all of them are identical.
The first page is called the border entry stamp, and the second page is the visa application stamp.
The border entry stamps have been in use since 2001, and each stamp has a specific purpose.
They are for: identifying travellers entering Australia from another country