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  1. “ A report turned into a PowerPoint.” By: Sarah Stim

  2. Australia is a very small country with very big suprises. The country itself is lucky. The capitol is very pretty and the Great Barrier Reef is gigantic. Australia is rich in fun and also silver and gold. Intro.

  3. The capital Canberra is very pretty and surrounded by flowers especially in the spring, the best time to visit. The population is about 325,000 + tourists. The city of Canberra was planned, designed, and developed by Walter Burley Griffin. In honor of him there is a big lake in the heart of the city. The Capital

  4. Australia has a lot of famous landmarks including The Sydney Harbor Bridge and The Great Barrier Reef. The Sydney Harbor Bridge is a well known and photographed landmark. It’s the worlds largest, but not longest steel arch bridge, standing 134 meters above the harbor. The Great Barrier Reef is scattered with beautiful islands and Coral Cays that cover more than 300,000 square kilometers. Landmarks

  5. Here are some interesting facts about Australia. The government of the capitol is very strict about health and hygiene. Also Austrlaia is known as the lucky country because it has the world’s largest deposit of silver, zinc, zircon, and 10% gold. 21% of Australians are smokers. Did you know that the classic movie Finding Nemo takes place in Sydney, Australia. Interesting Facts

  6. The flowered capitol + huge landmarks (It’s True) and luck, but not lucky smokers = Pure Australia Conclusion