Kingdom of Baustralia

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Baustralia (US and Canada).svg
and largest city
Cascadia, Holderton
Official languages English
Recognised national languages Baustralian
Recognised regional languages Latin, Japanese, French
  • 89% Christianity
  • 8% Other
  • 3% None
Demonym(s) Baustralian
Government Parliamentary constitutional monarchy
• Monarch
John I
Sir John Timpson
Sir Harrison Pickles
Legislature Parliament
House of Lords
House of Commons
Independence from Canada
• Declaration of Independence
20 June 2017
• Current constitution
2 July 2017
• Total
2 km2 (0.77 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• 2019 estimate
• Density
20.5/km2 (53.1/sq mi)
GDP (nominal) 2019 estimate
• Total
ᛒ68·24 BUB
• Per capita
ᛒ0·93 BUB
MPI 4.75
Currency Baustralian Boerc (BUB; ᛒ)
Time zone UTC-5 to -4
• Summer (DST)
UTC-4 to -3
Date format dd-mm-yyyy; AD
Driving side right
Calling code +1
Patron saint St. George
RIS 002 code BU

Baustralia (/bəˈstrliə, ɒ-/ (About this sound (listen))) is a landlocked micronation with minor creeks running through which account for 7% of its superficial area. It claims sovereignty over land claims in Canada and minor claims in the United States. It is the head of the Baustralian Empire, governing over three states claimed as a result of the Baustralian Conquest. It's first and current reigning monarch is John I, who also holds the titles of King of the Dominions and Emperor of Ostreum.



The name of Baustralia came about when John I and John Timpson was imagining a country of naval prowess and was similar to Australia in topography and climate. Due to these similarities, a 'B' was added.

For the name of Australia, it is derived from the Latin australis, meaning "southern", and inspired by the hypothetical Terra Australis of pre-modern geography.[1]


The idea for the formation of Baustralia came to mind when the King John I was doing a geography project on types of governments. Upon researching, John stumbled upon Sealand, and Molossia. After careful thought and planning came the formation.

A week after formation, Cold Creek, the province that contains the capital, had a coup d'état, and was settled by a treaty to allow separation, this done in the best interests of the Baustralians. This coup caused the capital to move from Cold Creek to Cascadia.

Then, the king and John Timpson started work on the constitution, and upon royal approval, the Kingdom became a constitutional monarchy, based upon the likes of the United Kingdom. The kingdom is now 2 years, 2 months and 26 days old.

Baustralian Conquest

Seen as a threat by neighboring countries, multiple wars were fought against the Kingdom. Most countries ended up being underpowered, causing Baustralia to annex the land. This group of battles were nicknamed the Baustralian Conquest, and later was made official.

The country annexed 9 hectares of land from Canada, to create two federal districts: Holderton County (6 hectare), and HM's District (3 hectare). On 3 July 2017, 23:45 EDT, a treaty to annex Flavora was signed, and was created a province under the same name (14 hectares). More annexing happened, after hiring some persons to become ministers of the government, which required he annex them into Baustralia so they become citizens. This caused a huge area boost from around 30 hectares to about 80 hectares, an area boost of 167%.

The battle of Tentacion Creek was the only loss of the Baustralian Conquest, as they had failed to keep them as a province, and ended up as their own country which later joined the Empire.

Government and politics

The government is a constitutional monarchy, with a bicameral government. The upper house, the House of Lords, consists of the speaker, and all peers of Baustralia. The lower house, House of Commons, consists of the Cabinet Ministers and a speaker. Sometimes, the prime minister will join as Member of Parliament for Holderton, or Lord High Treasurer.

Political parties

List of Political Parties in Baustralia as of 9 September 2019
Name Leader Ideology Ridings in the House of Commons Seats in the House of Lords Total
Conservative Party of Baustralia John Timpson Conservatism
8 / 16
6 / 8
14 / 24
Worker's Party of Baustralia Aidan McGrath Marxist-Lenist communism
3 / 16
1 / 8
4 / 24
Socialist Party of Baustralia Emily Day Socialism
3 / 16
0 / 8
3 / 24
Liberal Party of Baustralia Charles Burgardt Social liberalism
1 / 15
0 / 8
1 / 24
Libertarian Party of Baustralia Cameron Tau Libertarianism
1 / 15
0 / 8
1 / 24

Law and order

All citizens are subject to Canadian law, as well as the Criminal Code of Baustralia, a compilation of law-based acts. Two crimes have been recorded in Baustralia. In August, John I was discussing a deal with the queen of Flavora, when the queen of Edstmae commenced to listen. Considered espionage, he quickly arrested her, and sentenced her to one hour without slime, see Rex v. Katelynn of Wabasso. Once again, the Princess of Wabasso committed treason and was sentenced eight hours with out slime.

National symbols

National Arms

The absolute monarchy had passed two symbols to be used. The first being the flag, which is still used today. The second is the original coat of arms. It has been changed multiple times, and is now set to be the longest used armorial achievement used by the Government.

Great Seal

After the Baustralian government was formed, the government designed a seal to be used with letters-patent and letters-close. it has had two iterations since it's birth, and though it has been designed, it has not been manufactured.

Foreign relations

Baustralia has very few diplomatic ties to other micronations.

It used to a member state of the Economic Union of States, among 5 other states, before quitting due to the satirical, and false information said by members, and head of the union. Also, it used the head of the United Micronational Organization in favor of War (UMOW), with one member state, Tentacion, before it was rebranded into the Baustralian Commonwealth, and subsequently the Baustralian Empire.

The relationship between Edstmae, and Baustralia, was tense at some points, due to the fact that Renessmae of Edstmae was once a princess of Baustralia. Also, she was removed from the family after she spied on a monarchical meeting between John, and the Queen of Flavora. Relations are becoming less tense though, and a deal to release Renessmae's room from the territory and incorporate it into Edstmae was passed.This territory was re-annexed after Renessmae abdicated, and John inherited the throne.

March 2018, Baustralia was part of a group called the Economic Union of States, but later left due to an increasing amount of satirical and embellished content by other members.

February 2019, Baustralia applied to join the Grand Unified Micronational, and was voted as a provisional member with a vote of 4-2-3 (for, against, abstain), but full membership was voted against with a vote of 5-6-1, thereby expelling Baustralia from the GUM.[2] Provisional membership was later reinstated. A court case from the Kingdom of Quebec and the Kingdom of Ikonia, Quebec et al. v. Baustralia was served in the GUM but all charges were dismissed.[3] Baustralia was later expelled from the GUM through a vote of 7-3-4.[4]

In June 2019, Baustralia had rocky relations with the Kingdom of Eureka because of the defection of Patrick Garofano. They were at a state of war with Eureka[5][6] and Rmhoania.[7] After the treaty of Brighton was signed, Eureka had switched sides.

In June 2019, the territory of Northumbria was ceded from the Gradonian province of New Hesse.

Baustralia is currently at a state of war with Rmhoania and the People's Federation of Quebec.

Recognized countries

 Austenasia, and dependencies since 2 July 2017
All member states of the  United Nations since 2 July 2017
 Taiwan since 2 July 2017
 Rmhoania, at a state of war since 21 November 2018
 People's Federation of Quebec, at a state of war since 19 December 2018
 Kapreburg, and her empire since 19 December 2018
All member states of the  League of Nations since 19 December 2018
 Ikonia, and dependencies since 19 December 2018
All member states of the  Grand Unified Micronational since 22 March 2019
 Eureka since 29 March 2019
 Gradonia since 12 June 2019


The military is operated by the Baustralian Armed Forces (BAF) and has two branches, His Royal Navy and Baustralian Army. The military may also be aided by the Canadian Armed Forces, the United States Armed Forces, and the Australian Defence Force.

His Royal Navy

His Royal Navy has three ships, HMS Promise, Imari, and Champion. Command is done through the Admiralty board, and issues orders through the Admiralty Orders. The Admiralty is a board which consists of the Lord High Admiral, First, Second, and Third Sea Lords, and the Wangatang and Baustralian Fleet Commanders.

Geography and climate

The territory is mainly flat. It is comprised of 6 provinces and boasts a total area of 2 kilometres. It has the majority of its land in the Saint Lawrence Lowlands, Canadian shield and Interior Plains.


Climate data for Baustralia


As of June 2019, there are currently ten administrative divisions of Baustralia, or provinces, and number 67 in population and roughly 2.5 square kilometres (0.97 sq mi) in area.

When Cold Creek separated, the only territory that remained was Mild Pond, then the house of His Majesty was claimed to become His Majesty's District. The Prime Minister then offered his house which became Holderton County. Then the area behind His Majesty's District, which at the time was a creek with a forest, so it was named Forest Creek, and to even out the area, a 1 ha area from Norfolk Island was annexed. The next territory was annexed when Flavora was ceded to Baustralia.

Later, John annexed a 0.11 hectare island to become Landspotter, a 0.4 hectare plot of land owned by the Minister of Foreign Affairs to become Wooler, a 0.27 ha area of land owned by the Minister of National Defence to become Greystone County, and a 0.01 ha house, a 0.05 ha house in Quinte West called O'Niel, and a 0.02 ha house in New Braunfels, TX, USA to become New Texas, adding a total of 0.81 hectares of land to Baustralia. Later a 3 m2 room was combined with Flavora to create the Shared Territory of Independent Flavora and Baustralia in exchange for a larger room in the Kingdom of Flavora, which measures 0.03 hectares. It has since been returned. The ex-Minister of Revenue had also given her territory to become Trenton.

In November 2018, the Province of London separated as part of the Rmhoanian referendum.[11]


The road system in the Kingdom consists of a primary road system – The Baustralian Road – a secondary road system – The Provincial Road – and a tertiary road system for municipal highways, and county roads. Primary, secondary, and tertiary roads are maintained by the Baustralian Ministry of Routes (MOR), while the quaternary roads – other road systems – are maintained by their towns, or if the town requests, the MOR may also aide in maintaining them. The Minister for Routes is Chase Lameroux.

The air travel system is also maintained by the Ministry of Routes. The only civilian airport is Wabasso National Airport, which is serviced by the flag carrier, Bausair. Areospatial travel is maintained by the Ministry of Areospatial Exploration. The ministry has no commissioned spacecraft. However, Baustralia has applied to join the Joint International Space Administration.


The Kingdom has no major industries, and therefore has a minimal GDP. The currency is a Beorc, currently set at the price of silver per gram.[12]

See also



  1. "Australia" Archived 23 December 2016 at the Wayback Machine – Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved 28 October 2015.
  2. Adam I (11 February 2019). "Quorum, 10th February 2019". Grand Unified Micronational. Retrieved 4 June 2019.
  3. Adam I (19 May 2019). "Quebec et al. v. Baustralia – Summary". Grand Unified Micronational. Retrieved 4 June 2019.
  4. Adam I (19 May 2019). "Quebec et al. v. Baustralia – Summary". Grand Unified Micronational. Retrieved 4 June 2019.
  5. Jenkinson, Hankery (4 June 2019). "Baustralia declares war on Eureka". Baustralian News Network. Retrieved 4 June 2019.
  6. "Baustralian Gazette" (PDF) (YR2–I3). HR Government. Retrieved 5 June 2019.
  7. Jenkinson, Hankery (7 June 2019). "Baustralia declares war on Rmhoania". Baustralian News Network. Retrieved 7 June 2019.
  8. Environment CanadaCanadian Climate Normals 1971–2000 | Trent U Peterborough, accessed 5 July 2017
  9. Environment CanadaCanadian Climate Normals 1971–2000 | Trenton A, accessed 10 July 2012
  10. "Monthly Averages for New Braunfels, Texas". The Weather Channel. Archived from the original on 2013-12-19.
  11. "An Act to Formally Recognize the Independence of Rmhoania". 2 John 1 c. 14. Parliament of Baustralia.
  12. "Currency exchange". Royal Bank of Baustralia. Retrieved 5 June 2019.

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