How Far is it Between London, Uk and Sydney, Australia
This map shows the distance from London, Uk to Sydney, Australia. You can also see the distance in miles and km below the map.
Map Showing the Distance Between London, Uk and Sydney, Australia
How to Use
Simply type in the name of the two places in the text boxes and click the show button!
The best format to use is [City, Country] to enter a location - that is [City(comma)(space)Country]. You can also type in major places straight in such as "USA", "Tokyo", "London" etc. Postcodes and addresses can also be used.
When you click the search button, a search will be made to find which place you are referring to. Firstly, a search is made of an internal list of common places. If no match is found then a search will be made using the Google Maps API GlocalSearch feature. If this also returns no results then you are asked to indicate the location of the point by clicking on the map. This allows you to then see the distance between the two points and also inputs the location into the internal database so that the next time a visitor searches for that location, it will be found.
Once a result is returned, you can copy a URL to use as a permanent link back to the result for your own reference or to pass on to other people.
Note : For ZIP Codes, use Distance Between ZIP Codes, For UK Postcodes, use the UK Postcode distance tool. Also, to find the distance between points that are not named, you can use the Measure Distance tool.
About How Far is it Between
This tool can be used to find the distance between countries, cities or towns.
There are two distances output:
- As the Crow Flies - The direct distance between points
- Distance by land transport (When possible) - Distance estimate when you travel by road and sea.
The distances can be output in the following units:
- km (kilometers)
The output is via a measurement of the distance and also a map that shows that two locations and the path between them as the crow flies and the route by land transport.
You can use the controls on the map to:
- Pan the map
- Zoom the Map
- Switch between Map and Satellite views
Some Examples of Distances
Some of the distances between cities that can be found using the system. Click on one to see it or type in your own places above in the text boxes.
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- How Far is it Between Atlanta Georgia, Usa and Wellington, New Zealand
- How Far is it Between Houston Tx, Usa and Florence, Italy
- How Far is it Between Cape Town, South Africa and Seattle, Wa Usa
Previous Comments For This Page
It doesn't tell you the answer to the distance from A to B. ;,(
On 21st November 2016
Hi, what is it your were looking for? What information?
By Free Map Tools on 15th October 2016
I don't like this because it doesn't really give me the answer that I needed it was just telling me random facts that were interesting but it wasn't the answer I wanted from the page and that's why I don't think it's very good!
On 14th October 2016
Rubbish totally absolute rubbish
On 10th September 2016
On 2nd May 2016
What about straight line distance? I'm planning to travel from London to Sydney by massive tunneling drill through the Earth's crust and mantle.
By Davy on 6th September 2015
This is awesome
On 3rd April 2015
Excellent tool to tell you how far you've travelled (roughly) via plane.
On 25th November 2014
I wanted to know sea miles. thanks
On 22nd October 2013
Hey, we're delighted with this page-THANK YOU, used to get an answer for our facebook competition. We've just posted parcel to NSW Australia (from UK)
By facebook.com/inkwave on 2nd September 2013
This is a great source for a rough guide to distances.
On 19th August 2013
I wanted to know how many miles it is from the U.K. to Australia by sea .This site does not show that. This map no help to me.
On 24th July 2013
I don't like this page ecuase it didn't tel me the answer I wanted!:(
On 1st August 2012
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