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Australia<br />
Movement<br />Roads<br />Public transportation<br />Busses<br />Trams<br />Trains<br />Airplanes<br />Ships and boats<br /...
Region<br />	Australia is an island surrounded by water.<br />Indian Ocean<br />Arafura Sea<br />Gulf of Carpentaria<br />...
Human-Environment Interaction<br />Main industries<br />Mining<br />Industrial and transportation equipment<br />Food proc...
Location<br />12° 28' S    <br />130° 51' E <br /><ul><li>Southern hemisphere
East of Africa
South of Asia
West of South America</li></ul>27° 28' S<br />153° 2' E <br />31° 57' S    <br />115° 51' E <br />
Place<br />Primary language:  English<br />Main religion:  Christianity<br />Population:  21,007,310 as of July 2008<br />...
History<br />Human habitation of Australia began about 42,000 years ago<br />Aborigines<br />In 1770, James Cook sailed ar...
Food<br />Seafood<br />Local Fruits<br />Beef and Lamb<br />World Class Cheeses<br />Bush Tucker<br />Game meats (wallaby,...
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  1. 1. Australia<br />
  2. 2. Movement<br />Roads<br />Public transportation<br />Busses<br />Trams<br />Trains<br />Airplanes<br />Ships and boats<br />Some underground railroads<br />Minimum inland waterways<br />
  3. 3. Region<br /> Australia is an island surrounded by water.<br />Indian Ocean<br />Arafura Sea<br />Gulf of Carpentaria<br />Coral Sea<br />Indian Ocean<br />
  4. 4. Human-Environment Interaction<br />Main industries<br />Mining<br />Industrial and transportation equipment<br />Food processing<br />Steel<br />Gold<br />Wool<br />Tourism<br />
  5. 5. Location<br />12° 28' S    <br />130° 51' E <br /><ul><li>Southern hemisphere
  6. 6. East of Africa
  7. 7. South of Asia
  8. 8. West of South America</li></ul>27° 28' S<br />153° 2' E <br />31° 57' S    <br />115° 51' E <br />
  9. 9. Place<br />Primary language: English<br />Main religion: Christianity<br />Population: 21,007,310 as of July 2008<br />GDP: $773 billion as of 2007<br />
  10. 10. History<br />Human habitation of Australia began about 42,000 years ago<br />Aborigines<br />In 1770, James Cook sailed around and mapped the east coast of Australia<br />Named New South Wales and claimed for Great Britain.<br />Great Britain used New South Wales as a place to banish prisoners<br />
  11. 11. Food<br />Seafood<br />Local Fruits<br />Beef and Lamb<br />World Class Cheeses<br />Bush Tucker<br />Game meats (wallaby, kangaroo, crocodile)<br />Native seeds, nuts, fruits<br />Local insects<br />
  12. 12. Interesting Facts<br />Capital: Canberra<br />Flag: <br />Only country that is a continent<br />Driest inhabited continent on Earth<br />7th largest country<br />There are more than 150 million sheep in Australia, and only some 20 million people<br />
  13. 13. G’day Mate<br />Local Lingo<br />Bathers--swimsuit<br />Billabong—watering hole<br />Bloke—man<br />Bush—land outside the city<br />Chrissie--Christmas<br />Daks—underwear<br />Icy Pole—popsicle<br />Lift—elevator<br />Mackers—McDonald’s<br />Mate—friend<br /><ul><li>Mozzie--mosquito
  14. 14. Nong—idiot
  15. 15. Ooroo—goodbye
  16. 16. Petrol—gasoline
  17. 17. Sanger—sandwich
  18. 18. Stickybeak—nosy person
  19. 19. Tucker—food
  20. 20. Tuckshop—cafeteria
  21. 21. Yobbo—redneck</li></li></ul><li>Famous Australians<br />
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