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  2. In fact, Australia is the world’s sixth largest country. As a very large island, Australia’s climate is generally dry, that is, arid to semiarid; temperate in the south and east; tropical in the north. The terrain, that’s the type of land surface, is mostly low plateau with deserts, and fertile plain in the southeast. The lowest point in Australia is Lake Eyre at -15m. The highest point is Mount Kosciusko, that’s spelt KOSCIUSKO, at 2,229m.
  3. Now I should tell you that the country of Australia is made up of six states and two territories. There are the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, The Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Western Australia. The national capital is Canberra.
  4. Australia's national animal is the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus). Also known as the red giant kangaroo, it is the biggest land mammal that's native to Australia. Red kangaroos are plentiful in Australia, and they are listed as “least concern” for conservation status.
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  6. The opera house is also a tourist destination not to be missed. The Sydney Opera House ( Sydney Opera House, abbreviated SOH) is considered the most famous symbol of the city of Sydney and the whole of Australia. This is a unique and beautiful architecture in the shape of seashells or sails full of wind. SOH is one of the most representative architectural works of the 20th century and one of the most famous performing arts venues in the world. Located at Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour, close to the Sydney Harbor Bridge, the building and its surroundings create a distinctive Australian image. The Opera House is a venue for chamber concerts, ballet, drama, and music.
  7. Sydney Harbor Bridge is the largest steel bridge in the world. This is also a famous tourism symbol and the pride of “kangaroo land” .The wharf is nicknamed “ The coat hanger ” due to its dome-inspired design. When you have the opportunity to visit Sydney Harbour Bridge, you can take a walk from one end of the bridge to the other, or climb to the top of the bridge to see outstanding architecture such as the Sydney Opera House. Today, the wharf has become an important part of Sydney’s image. It is a famous tourist icon that always appears in the itinerary of any Australian tour.