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Australia

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Transcript of Australia

Sports
Cricket
Rugby
Australian soccer (football)
Tennis
Marathons
Surfing & Wind Surfing
Swimming
Water Polo
Scuba Diving
Oregon
Fun Time!
The people in Australia enjoy various activities such as:
Swimming
Hiking
Monuments to food
Opera and the arts
Surfing
Land-Animals
Tasmanian Devil
Kangaroo
Koala
Alligator
Wombat
Thousands of Birds and insects
Australia
Western Australia
Northern Territory
South Australia
Queensland
New South Wales
Victoria
Tasmania
New Zealand
Papua New Guinea
Coral Sea
Tasman Sea
Coral Sea Island
Indian Ocean
*Sydny
Work Cited
Great Barrier Reef
Papua New Guniea
Australia.com
alldownder.com
mesa.edu
wikipedia.org
malumnalu.blogspot.com
www.australiasoutback.com
www.christmas.net.au/experiences/red-crab-migration.html
http://www.papuanewguinea.travel/usa
http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/global/australian-education/schools
Marine Animals
Sea-lions
Jelly Fish
Sharks
Manatee
Octopus
Tuna
Eels
Shrimp
Zooplankton
Crabs
Manta rays
Crab Migration
in Christmas Island
8,158 miles
Traditional and Modern
Battles fought here both in World War 1 and 2
1994: Tavuvur and Vulcan
Dessert land
Many tribal customs are practiced to this day.
The Great Barrier Reef
Lorikeet
Cockatoo
Birds
Animals
Land Animals
Marine Animals
Birds of Paradise
Tree Kangaroo (marsupial)
Cassowary
Horn Bill
Frogs
insects
Clownfish
Papua New Guinea
Housing: modern and traditional
Transportation:

Sharks
Turtles
Holidays
Easter-March 31
Christmas-December 25
Queen's birthday-June 10
New Year's Day-January 1
National Remembrance Day-July 23,
Independence Day- September 16
1942 Japaneses invaded
Uluru Rock
Holidays: Throughout Australia
New Year's Day
Australia Day- Jan 26
Adelaide Cup-Second Monday in March
Good Friday/Easter
Adelaide*
*Melbourne
*Brisbane
*Darwin
Perth*
*Hobart
New Zealand
Many old customs including tribal dancing are still practiced today.
NEW ZEALAND TOURISM
Holidays:
Easter, New years and Anzac Day (related to Remembrance Day) April 25th

Glows*
348m
1,142ft
Eiffel Tower
324m
1,063ft
Lady Liberty
93m
305ft

Exports and Imports:
Early 1840s mining attracted people from all over to Australia

Approx. 2.5 million
11% of National population lives in Western Australia.
92% of the Western inhabitants live in the south-west corner.
Exports
Alcoholic Beverages
The Great Potato
The Big Banana
The Macadamia Nut
Sydney Opera House
Since 2012..
Over 10 million tourist
$11.7 billion
In Sydney
Over 229
Population: 4.6 million plus
One of the worlds largest natural harbors
Education
College
School in Australia
Finest in the world?
Basic 13 years of schooling primary plus secondary
Gifted and advanced programs for high standard students
Individual learning programs for students who need more support
Imports
Petroleum
Mining
Wheat
Cotton and Wool
http://dfat.gov.au/publications/tgs/index.html
http://mccrindle.com.au/the-mccrindle-blog/calendar/2013/3/
Cars, Motor Vehicles, and Buses
Furniture, mattresses, and cushions
Computers
Religion: Christian
61%
Easter more than Christmas
Manta Rays
Housing
CLIMATE
Australia has every..
Food
Tuna
Grubs
Emu
Crocodile
BBQ
Fish and Chips
Grilled Kangaroo
Beer/wine
Haka Dance
800 languages
300 islands
Over
New Zealand Climate
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