Australian War
Australian war infobox
Clockwise From top: US Marines Storm the Sydney Opera Hall. Japanese Ships sailing around the New Zealand coast. Swedish soldier during the anti-insurgency campaign in the outback. Australians celebrate the overthrowing of Steve Irwin
Date 12th February 2006 – 1 May 2006 (Outback Insurgency lasted until late 2008)
Location Australia, New Zealand
  • Victory for Coalition Forces
  • Independence of New Zealand
  • Steve Irwin Removed and Australian Free Republic Proclaimed
US flag with 65 stars by Hellerick United States of America

Flag of Sweden (6-2-5 Upheaval) Swedish Empire

Flag of the People's Republic of Japan (Proposal) People's Republic of Japan

Flag of New Zealand Free New Zealand Movement

Australian Federation Flag Greater Australasian Republic
Commanders and leaders
US flag with 65 stars by Hellerick Jeff Goldblum President of the U.S

Flag of Sweden (6-2-5 Upheaval) Carl XVI Gustaf

Flag of the People's Republic of Japan (Proposal) Tadayoshi Ichida

Flag of New Zealand Various Local Leaders

Australian Federation Flag Steve Irwin, President of the Greater Republic
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Casualties and losses
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The Australian War was a military conflict that began in 2006 due to many factors, including the announcement to build nuclear weapons by Australian dictator Steve Irwin, The 2003 invasion of New Zealand, and the use of chemical weapons by Australian security forces in New Zealand, against Resistance fighters, as well as against Aboriginals in Tasmania during the Tasmanian Prison camp riots. The war is so far the only time where all three sides collaborated during the cold war, this is mostly due to the New York Conference led by United States President, Jeff Goldblum.

Invasion and Blockade of New Zealand

Japan, United States and Sweden

Invasion of Australia