BC: I got this information from a previous project of Annie Marie just some of it. Photographs from http://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/as.html information also from world factbook select Australia | Also i got the information on the famous landmarks at itc.mic.ul.ie.com
FC: Welcome to the land down under Australia.
1: Welcome to Australia mate. Here in the desert it is 122 degrees F at day, and afternoon at night in the desert it is well below zero.
3: We are on are trip to Australia and get ready to know why you should go here for a vacation by learning everything you have of Australia.
5: Let us start with the geography of Australia. It is the largest island in the west content. Sydney is the capital of Australia.
6: Did you know that Australia use to be a part of China but broke off some long time ago. If you notice the mountains are damp in the morning because they are nearer to the sky. | The terrain is mostly low plateaus with deserts; fertile plain in southeast. | Their natural resources are bauxite, coal, iron ore, copper, tin, gold, silver, uranium, nickel, tungsten, rare earth elements, mineral sands, lead, zinc, diamonds, natural gas, and petroleum. | Australia is the worlds smallest continent but the sixth- largest country; the only continent without glaciers; population constricted along the eastern and southern coasts; the invigorating sea breeze also called the Fremantle Doctor affects the city of Perth on the west coast and is one of the most consistent winds in the world.
8: The Australian people's languages have many languages but their main one is English 78.5%. | The Australian people's religion are many, but their main is Protestant.
10: This is a view of the skyscrapers in downtown Sydney, near the harbor.
11: The people of Australia have many ethic groups but the main is white 92%.
12: Some of the most famous landmarks in Australia are the Sydney Harbour Bridge. | Another fact about Australia's landmarks is that The Sydney Harbor Bridge is over a kilometer long.
13: Here are some facts on the Sydney Harbor Bridge. One the Sydney Harbour Bridge was opened in 1932 after nine years of construction.
14: These are Kangaroos they are found in Australia they have very powerful legs that can help them leap over a great distance also they have pouches where they can carry their baby called joey.
15: This is a Koala bear and its baby on its back this is how they carry their children until they can climb themselves. | This beach is located in South Australia. It is called Admiral's Arch. | This beach is in Natural Park located in Victoria. It is named the Twelve Apostles.