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  • 1. my culture
  • 2. tourist sites and famous cities
    • Adelaide which is the capital of south Australia.
    • Alice springs which has a population of 22,000 people.
    • Ayers rock which is an aboriginal landmark.
    • The Great Barrier Reef, located in the coral sea.
    • Sydney, home of the Sydney Opera House.
  • 3. Map of Australia Theme parks Capital city Sydney Opera house Great Barrier Reef Gibson Desert Capital city and its famous landmarks
  • 4. Traditional foods
    • Breakfast: Cereal, toast and eggs or bacon.
    • Lunch: Sandwiches, salad and fruit.
    • Dinner: Meat or seafood with vegetables.
    • Dessert: Brewer
    • Vegemite comes from Australia,
    • Pavlova's and lamingtons.
  • 5. sports
    • Great achievement in the Commonwealth games and the Olympics.
    • Famous Ethitad stadium in Melbourne to host football games.
    • 57000 players in the baseball league.
    • Cricket is a famous sport in Australia.
  • 6. Native animals
    • Some of Australia’s native animals are:
    • The Koala
    • The Kangaroo
    • The Kookaburra
    • The Tasmanian devil
    • And the Dingo.
  • 7. Theme parks
    • Australia’s theme parks are :
    • Movie world, located in the Gold Coast
    • Dreamworld located in the Gold Coast
    • Lunar Park located in Sydney
    • Wet’n’Wild located in the Gold Coast
  • 8. Anzac Day
    • Australian/New Zealand Army Corp.
    • A day to celebrate lives lost in the war at Gallipoli
    • A dawn service takes place at a memorial spot to honour those who died.
    • Red poppies are worn to show appreciation.