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Sydney, Australia

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Rebel Wilson was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and attented the University of New South Wales for Theatre and Performance Arts. She was a former Rotary International Youth Ambassador for Australia.
World Map
Routine Vaccines : measles-mump-rubella (MMR), vaccine, diptheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine, varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, polio vaccine, and your yearly flu shot.
Hepatitis A : (from contaminated food or water in Australia)
Hepatitis B : (contaminated needles, blood products, tattoos, piercings, or medical procedures.
Japenese Encephalitis : (from certain remote areas of Australia)
Rabies: (from bats in Australia)
Australia
January 26, 1888
1923 - 1932
September 15, 2000
1957-1973
1840
April 1789
1923 to 1932
Sydney Harbour Bridge construction starts
and ends.
1957-1973
Sydney Opera House construction begins.
September 15, 2000
Sydney hosts the summer Olympic Games
April 1789
Thousands of the Aboriginals around Sydney
are killed by small pox.
1840
Because of Sydney citizens' decision,
England stops the transport of prisoners.
From Past to Present : Sydney

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By: Tiana Nguyen

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Sydney was in the Guinness Book of Records for producing the longest line of pizzas at 221 meters in the Italian quarter of Leichardt.
In Sydney, they have an annual Duck Fashion Show.
The local nickname for the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the "Coat Hanger."
A 102 year-old SS Ayrfield ship used during WWII as a transport ship was brought to Homebush Bay in Sydney in 1972 to be dismantled. However, the plans didn't go through and 41 years later, the SS Aryfield has transformed into a floating forest.
Timeline
January 26, 1888
Aboriginal leaders boycott cenetary
Australia Day celebrations; no one notices.
$20 US Dollars
$22.79 AUD Dollars
CDC requirements for
Sydney, Australia

Thanks for watching!^.^
(Australian& Mediterranean ethnic)
The Bathers' Pavillion
*Sydney Package : Premier Grand Harbour View -- (AUD $285 per night/ US $255.47 per night)




CHI, The Spa

Health Club
gymnasium
indoor swimming pool

Jacuzzi
sundeck
TOUR, TOUR, TOUR
Overnight Royal National Park Tour w/ Moonlight Walk & Night Photography Lesson

Cost: $225.85
Shark Diving Xtreme in Sydney

Cost: $244.89
Sydney Tandem Skydive

Cost: $212.24
Plant Life
kangaroos
koalas
wallabies
platypus
kookaburra
emu
poisonous reptiles and snakes
Numbat
Quoll
Tasmanian Devil
Dingoes
wombats
migratory gentle whale shark
humpback, southern right and orca
whales
Dugong
crocodiles
freshwater turtles & endangered sea turtles
Frilled Lizard
Bearded Dragon
echidna
honeyeaters
black swans
fairy penguins
Animal Life
*More than 80% of animal and plant life are unique only to Australia and found no where else.
*Australia has more than 378 mammal species, 828 bird species, 4000 fish species, 300 species of lizards, 140 snake species, two crocodile species and around 50 types of marine mammal.
*The plants around Sydney grow in a dry environment due to sandy soil, which doesn't hold in water.
*Because the plants in that area have to survive fires, their leaves are covered in waxy layers or bare stems act as leaves. They are spiny, prickly, tough, and woody.
*Epacris
*Pimelea (Rice Flowers)
*Waratah (Telopea)
*Grevillea (Spider Flowers)
*Bauera Rubioides
*Ti-trees
*Kangaroo Paw
*Stuart Desert Pea
*Ghost Gums
*Banksia Trees
Per Capita : $41, 954

Growth Rates : 3%
GDP of Australia
Per Capita : $41,954
Growth Rates : 3%
*Candlelit gourmet dinner @ Wattamolla Lagoon
*Guided walk under the moon
*Sleep on the beach and awake to a sunrise @ Providential Cove
*Learn night photography from professional photograper
*Exclusive access to breathtaking areas outside of Sydney
*Face-to-face w/ giant
sharks, stingrats, turtles, etc.
*Diving @ Manly Sea Life Sanctuary

*Rushing free fall over the Central Coast to the north of Sydney in a parachute jump
*Race at speeds of more than 130 mph before sent into a parachute decent
See views such as the coastline, lakes, and hinterland
Thanks for um.. I dunno
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