I know that it's an object and you can use it may be like that but I thought when you are referring to a country you more faith as a culture and I am not sure if it can be used in the context 'there is nothing like Australia' may be a better fit

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    Australia is not an object, It is a location, So you may say: "There is nowhere like Australia". – Aiden Stewart Oct 17 '18 at 8:58

Yes, it is correct. There's a idiom:

There's nothing like (something)

It is said about something you enjoy immensely.


I'm afraid, it won't be common to say like that.

The safest use could be...

There is no country like Australia

This speaks everything you want! Australia is a country and then you are comparing the rest of the countries with it and then calling Australia as unmatched.

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