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Dusty Gilland

on 27 June 2013

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Transcript of Australia

: A Journey into
the Outback
Australian Facts
Aproximately 480,000 square miles of land area
sixth largest country
Australia is roughly the size of Western Europe
Australia is the only country to govern an entire continent
driest inhabited continent on earth
six states and two territories
No place in Australia is more than 650 miles away from a beach
The Tasmanian Devil does exist, and it has the jaw strength of a crocodile
Australia has the worlds largest cattle ranch, its the size of Belgium
The Great Barrier Reef has a mailbox. You can ferry out there and send a postcard, only with a special Great Barrier Reef stamp
The Sydney Opera House roof wights more than 161,000 tons
The Great Barrier Reefs
The Aboriginal Culture
The many beaches
The Outback
recreational, diving, sailing, whale watching, and skiing
many wineries and Australian night life
Business and
Thorny Devil
More than half of jobs are in govt. or govt. services
the nations economy relies heavily on the govt.
Rates of unemployment are for the most part below national average
Paper products and and printing make up one third of manufacturing work force
Not many natural resources besides trees
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