Tourists for New South Scotland
The Austenasian Crown Dependency of New South Scotland yesterday hosted a visit from three tourists.
Hugh and Paul McFarlane and Joseph Lau visited the land, which is an enclave of the University of New South Wales.
Formerly a colony of New Wessex before being ceded to Austenasia in January 2013, New South Scotland has been administered on the Empire’s behalf since June 2014 by the nearby nation of Zealandia. A treaty is currently being negotiated to formalise this arrangement.
The trio of tourists explored New South Scotland, taking photographs of the crown dependency. Hugh had made an Austenasian flag to be photographed with while on the visit.
This is the second time that Austenasia has been visited by tourists, the first only having been last week. Although the visitors kept an eye out for Queen Astrid, the governing commissioner of the land, she was not available to welcome them.