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Harani Mathanamohan

on 8 October 2012

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Transcript of Ecotourism

By: Anita, Harani, Keerthanaa, and Kiwi WELCOME TO AUSTRALIA! ECOTOURISM Population:22,605,732

States and Territories: Australian Capital Territory,
New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia,
Western Australia, Tasmania and Northern Territory

Life expectancy:81.9

Main Language: English

Land form: Many large rock formations and low coastal plains.

Weather: Arid climate and warm all year long with very hot summers and little rain. In winter, temperature drops to below 32 degrees.

Education: State and territory governments and non-government school authorities are responsible for providing education services. The Federal government provides supplementary funds in the form of general recurrent and capital grants, and plays a central role in achieving cooperatrion in the national education system, largly thorugh the Ministerial council for Education, Emplyment, Training and Youth Affairs.

Health: Health care in Australia is provided by both private and government institutions. The Minister for Health and Ageing, currently Tanya Plibersek, administers national health policy, elements of which (such as the operation of hospitals) are overseen by individual states.
In 2007-08, Australia spent 9.1% of GDP on health care, or a $4874 per capita. Official name: Commonwealth of Australia Demographics of Australia Ecotourism is an environmentally responsible travel to enjoy and appreciate nature and culture experiences and the practice of touring natural habitats in a manner meant to minimize ecological impact. Ecotourism has low impact on the environment and contributes to the well being of local people. The total cost of this trip would be about $2000. On a 7-day vacation, you can contribute in many activites in Australia. Day 1:
8:30am-Wake up
10:00am-Sight see in Sydney
2:00pm-Get Up-Close and Personal at Sydney Taronga Zoo
8:00pm-Cruise Sydney Harbour on a Dinner Cruise
10:00pm-Go to sleep Day 2:
9:00am-Wake up
12:30pm-Eat at the Sounds of Silence
2:30pm-Go Snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef
6:00pm-See the Penguin Parade
9:00pm-Go to sleep Day 3:
9:00am-Wake up
10:30am-Ride the Kuranda Scenic Railway
12:30pm-Visit the Rainforest Station Nature Park
3:00pm-See an Opera at the Sydney Opera House
7:00pm-Eat at the Sydney Tower
9:00pm-Go to sleep Day 4:
7:30am-Wake up
9:30am-Day Trip to the Blue Mountains
7:00pm-Ski Mt Buller
9:00pm-Go to sleep Precipitation and Temperature Graph of Australia Day 5:
9:00am:Wake up
10:30am: Tour the Central Australian Desert
3:00pm-Explore Green Island
8:00pm-Go to sleep Day 6:
8:30-Wake up
10:00-Melbourne Outlet Shopping Tour
2:30-Port Arthur Tour from Hobart
6:00-Sydney Skywalk at Sydney Tower Eye
8:00-Go to sleep Day 7:
5:00-Wake up
6:30-Melbourne Balloon Flight at Sunrise
12:00-Tobruk Australian Outback Experience including Aussie BBQ Lunch
3:00-Visit the Melbourne Lanes and Arcades
7:00-Colonial Tramcar Restaurant Tour of Melbourne
9:00-Go to sleep Australia is sure an exotic and beautiful country, so come visit because it will expose you to new ideas and possibilities and awaken your senses. You will feel stimulated and alive like you may not have felt before! THE END! THE EN THE END
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