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AUSTRALIA

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Kimberly McKinnon

on 18 February 2016

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Transcript of AUSTRALIA

The Great Barrier Reef
is located off Australia's northeastern coast
formed by coral formations
Australia's land
rich in mineral resources
gold
silver
diamonds
emeralds
Aborigines
the first people in Australia
came from Asia
Location of Tasmania
south of Australia
Australia
world's top producer of wool
population 19 million
Electricity
Electricity produced by
steam
is

geothermal
energy






Electricity generated by flowing
water
is
hydroelectric
power
AUSTRALIA
James Cook
the explorer who claimed Australia for the British
Aussies
Australian name for Australians
Western Plateau
vast, dry stretch of land covering much of Australia
one important city in New Zealand is
Auckland
Sydney, Australia
hosted the 2000 Olympic Games
home to the Sydney Opra House
Early people of New Zealand:
Maori
Caution!
Really
bad singing, but good information
!
I live here
!
Manufacturing in Australia
on the
southeast
coast of Australia
Australia's distance and isolation
unique plants and animals found nowhere else in the world
beaches mountains- extreme sports and outdoorsmanship
economy-wool prices
The Outback
lightly populated with few towns
coral formations
Great Barrier Reef
low prices = not good
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