Efpiria un Colonia, Empire of Colonia
Colonia jpg

Hesse Street in the Queenslciff colony.

Capital city South Barwon
Official language(s) Officials: English and Colonian (in decline) Non-officials: Swedish and French
Official religion(s) Accessionism
Demonym Colonian
Government Constitutional Monarchy
- President Ethan XXXXXX
- General of army Tess
Legislature People's Assembly
- Last election - August 2015 (United Colonia movement)
Established December 2014
Area claimed not calculated
Population 999,000
Currency Euro (€, internal trade) and Colonian dollar
Time zone +1
National sport Baseball
National dish fish and chips
National animal Horse

The Empire of Colonia is a Geelong-based micronation that surrounds Geelong Grammar School, the Sturt Street Gardens in Ballarat, a large island off the in the North Atlantic Ocean, the South Barwon region and the Borough of Queenscliffe, all in Australia, annexed from the South Barwon region, location anonymous.


The history of original Colonia started in 1256 by Belgium monks who settled on an island off the Irish coast. As English swept through the island whose population had risen, the Belgian dialect of French was wiped out. Modern Colonia's history started in 2015 is recorded in a module, located anonymously in the country. It includes events such as the discovery of the planet, (see below), Creation, Revival, etc. People who don't want to live in Colonia and are in it's boundaries (Loyalists), are shown with a boundary around their house on a map. Around the middle of 2017, a terrible day for the people of Colonia occurred. On a school excursion to religious places in Melbourne, Ethan was approached by several Australian anti-micronationalists on the bus. They had threatened to take over the nation and start it anew. The Supreme Minister could not stop this rebellion alone, and seeing as all his guards were back in Geelong, he needed to call upon the help of some Australians. A nearby friend by the name of Jack (who remained neutral throughout the coup), was asked to stop the coup, but the activists continued to start the coup. A letter was written by one of them, and handed to the Supreme Minister. This then became a battle or The Battle of Melbourne. On approaching lunch, the activists had recruited quite a lot of people, and seeing as Jack or any pro-micronationalist supporters were in Melbourne at the time, the Supreme Minister had no control as to the fate of his nation. The activists had wrote a declaration of succession, claiming that Hamish was elected leader. A parade and an uproar of the now leader was then followed. The former leader Ethan, was taken hostage by 2 of Hamish's followers, and imprisoned in a foul toilet. Upon release at the next location St Pauls Cathedral, Ethan had pleaded to Supreme Minister Hamish to have the micro nation back, but alas Hamish would let go. Ethan had threatened to remove Hamish by force, but Hamish's bodyguards had stopped Ethan. At St Patricks Cathedral, Ethan approached the new Supreme Minister without the bodyguards around and threatened to attack him. Almost as soon as he smacked Hamish the light shone through the stained glass windows and the organ started. This was a sign. After continuous pleading on the bus, Hamish finally gave in and handed power back to Ethan. 3 days later, this day was declared a national day of mourning.

In 2018, due to growing concerns of a micro national and an international war, Colonia set up the Colonian army, consisting of a navy, an air force and a special forces.


The religion of Colonia is Accessionism, a sub-Christian religion that worships the Lord Gaben, memes, the saints (including many Youtubers (Pewdiepie)), and the Illuminati. The worship houses are bedrooms.

The official flag of Accessionism.

Foreign Relations

Colonia has an embassy in Geelong, Australia, and a consulate in Melbourne. Colonia strongly opposes Donald Trump's actions and therefore won't have any political relationships with the US. The Empire is officialy recognized by 16 official micronations, and holds strong ties with Doveland, Allania, Kingdom of New Yankeeland, Gahooulia, and the Republic of Gran Isla.


Colonia is connected to Australia by trains, buses, cars, and planes.


Colonia is surrounded by the coast and is very hilly and moist.

Administrative Regions

There is an administrative region in the east of Melbourne and near Mount Buller, Australia. Colonia has an embassy in Melbourne, it's location censored for privacy reasons. There is an Australian embassy in South Barwon, and an Australian consulate in Queenscliff.


Colonia's education is mainly consisted of private schools, with a couple of public primary and secondary schools.


Music is very popular in the region and sport is popular as well. Many of the population are associated with the sea in some way. Lighthouses, history and geography are widespread and are loved by the locals.

Military and Defence

Colonia is defended by a high-class military. Colonia is up-to-date with the modern world's weapons. There is a secret service that will not be stated on the internet that spy in other countries, and on the internet.


Much of Colonia's imports are originated from Australia, U.K, and the Gran Isla. These include

Population (by Colony)

South Barwon- 52,812 Ballarat- N/A Borough of Queenscliffe- 3,017 Colonia isle- 999,913. Canifor-No census taken. Geelong Grammar- No permanent population (approx.900)

South Barwon

South Barwon is the province of Colonia where the empire is administered from. Approximately 50,000 people live there.

Borough of Queenslciffe

The Borough of Queenscliff(e) is the second-smallest of the provinces, having the smallest population as well (1,416). A historic rail line connects Queenscliff to Drysdale, in Australia. A ferry transports cars and people to the East side of Port Phillip, in Australia. There are many historic buildings in the area, most of them maritime-related.


Aerial view of Queenscliff to the west.

Sturt Street Gardens (Ballarat)

The Sturt Street Gardens is a central reservation running along one of the main thoroughfares of Ballarat — Sturt Street — after which it is named. The province is landlocked by Australia, as you can see in the nearby photo. The formal gardens span 13 city blocks from Grenville Street in the east to Pleasant Street in the west, are 20 metres (22 yd) wide and cover an area of 2.87 hectares (7.1 acres) running east–west.
Ballarat, Colonia.

The Sturt Street Gardens (the central tree line).