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Clàudia Visiedo

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Typical Music
•The first musicians in Australia was the Aboriginals.
•They usually use the wind instruments like didgeridoo.
•Here in Australia is the begin of jazz.
•One of the most famous musician is Rolf Harris.
(27 August 1976) is an Australian racing driver, currently

The Great Barrier Reef
It is located in the Queensland coast and is in the Coral Sea. It is the largest coral reef in the world. One cannot estimate the variety of bio-diversity.

Sydney Opera House
Is located near the Sydney Harbor Bridge on the Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbor. Opened since 1973, it has many performance venues where more than a million visitors come every year.

Famous people
Typical music
Places to visit
It is located in the Red Center and is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Center. It is the world's largest monolith rock. A number of people visit Uluru either at sunrise or at sunset to view the color change, which is both mysterious and magical.

Sydney Harbor Bridge
Is located against the backdrop of the harbor. A lot of adventurous people walk across the top of this bridge, which has a steel coat hanger like structure 134 meters above the sea level. People who do dare to climb the bridge are rewarded with a panoramic view of the city.

Kings Canyon
Is situated in the Watarrka National Park. It is 270 meters deep. A trek to the rim of the canyon will bring you to the Garden of Eden swimming hole, the different rock formation of the Lost City.

(20 June 1967-...) is an australian actress,
singer and film producer.
One of the most important films that
she did is Moulin Rouge.
(24 september 1898-21 February 1968)was an Australian pharmacologic and pathologist who shared the nobel prize in Phisiology or
Medicine in1945, with Sir. Ernest Boris Chain and Alexander Fleming
for his role of the making of penicillin.

(18 January 1849 - 7 January 1920)
was an Australian politician and
judge. He served as the first Prime
Minister of Australia and became
a founding justice of the High
Court of Australia.

(14 August 1933- 22 November 2012) was a South African novelist who also held Australian citizenship. He is one of Australia’s best-selling authors, notable for his book ”The power of One”.
(26 December 1867 – 23 September 1943) was a
prominent Australian engineer who is best known for his work overseeing the design and
building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Human habitation of Australia is estimated to have begun between 42.000 and 48.000 years ago, possibly with the migration of people from, what is now, South-East Asia.
The first record European of Australian: Duth navigator Willem Janzon in 1606.
A camp was set up and the flag raised at Sydney Cove, Port Jackson, on 26 January 1788, a date with became Australia’s national day, Australia Day although the British Crown in 7 February 1788.
Separate colony in 1825 for example: South Australia in 1836, Victoria in 1851, Queensland in 1859, Nothern Territory was founded in 1911.

Australia’s six states became a nation under a single constitution on 1 January 1901. Today Australia is home to people from more than 200 countries.
The Federal Capital Territory was formed in 1911.
In 1914, Australia joined Britain in fighting World War I,
with support from both outgoing Commonwealth Liberal Party and the incoming Australian Labor Part

In a 1999 referendum, 55% of voters and majority in every state rejected a proposal to become republic.

The Boys Are Back is a 2009 Australian/British drama film directed by Scott Hicks, produced by Greg Brenman and starring Clive Owen. Based on the book The Boys Are Back In Town by Simon Carr, the film features a score composed by Hal Lindes and a soundtrack by Sigur Rós.
The Boys Are Back
A Few Best Men is a 2011 Australian-British comedy film written by Dean Craig and directed by Stephan Elliott. The film stars Xavier Samuel as a young groom heading to the Australian Blue Mountains with his three best men for his wedding
A Few Best Men
December Boys is an Australian 2007 drama film directed by Rod Hardy and written by Marc Rosenberg and adapted from the 1963 novel of the same name by Michael Noonan. It was released on 14 September 2007 in the UK and US and 20 September 2007 in Australia. December Boys is Daniel Radcliffe's first non-Harry Potter film role since 2001's The Tailor of Panama.
December Boys
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