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  1. Australia

  2. Getting Ready • Pack your bags… • KWL • Relative Position

  3. What we know… What we want to know… KWL

  4. New South Wales • Fly from Dayton to Australia • Cost $2,207 • Leave Dayton at 3:51 p.m., Monday, January 12. • Arrive Sydney at 8:05 a.m., Wednesday, January 14. • Total Flight Time: 24 hours 14 minutes.

  5. New South Wales Great Dividing Range Darling River

  6. New South Wales

  7. New South Wales • Most common place people fly into when visiting Australia is Sydney. • Sydney is the capital of New South Wales. • The high temperatures in Sydney in January are in the low to mid 80’s. The low temperatures run in the mid to high 60’s. • The population of New South Wales is 6,686,600. • Let’s take a tour of the city.

  8. Australian Capital Territory • Fly from Sydney to Canberra. • Cost $210 • Leave Sydney at 8:45 a.m. • Arrive Canberra at 9:35 a.m. • Total Flight Time: 50 minutes

  9. Australian Capital Territory Great Dividing Range

  10. Welcome to the Australian Capital Territory… Shopping Center Australian Parliament House Fountain Canberra Aboriginal Tent Embassy Canberra Anza Festival Old Government House

  11. Australian Capital Territory • Canberra is the capital of Australia. • Canberra is a planned city laid out around a manmade lake much like Washington DC. • The national government is its main industry. • The high temperatures in Canberra in January are in the low to mid 80’s. The low temperatures run in the mid to high 60’s. Same as Sydney • The population of the Australian Capital Territory is 322,900. • Let’s take a tour of the city.

  12. Victoria • Fly from Canberra to Melbourne. • Cost $278 • Total Flight Time: 70 minutes • If we leave right now, what time will we be in Melbourne?

  13. Victoria Victoria Melbourne Tasman Sea Australian Alps Bass Strait

  14. Victoria

  15. Victoria • Melbourne is the capital of Victoria. • Second smallest state in Australia. • Victoria produces wool, sheepmeat, beef, wheat, oats, barley, maize, tobacco, citrus, grapes, apples, and dairy products. • Victoria has warm dry summers, and wet, mild winters. • All children between 6 and 15 must go to school. • The population of Victoria is 4,917,400. • Mass will be at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Melbourne. • Let’s take a tour of the city.

  16. Tasmania • Fly from Melbourne to Tasmania. • Cost $249 • Total Flight Time: 1 hour 15 minutes • If we leave right now, what time will we be in Hobart?

  17. Tasmania Hobart

  18. Tasmania

  19. Tasmania • Hobart is the capital of Tasmania. • Tasmania is an island. • Thirty-seven percent of Tasmania is reserves, National Parks and World Heritage Sites. • Tasmania is named after Dutch explorer Abel Tasman. • Tasmanian Devils are carnivorous marsupials found exclusively on Tasmania. • Tasmania has warm dry summers, and wet, mild winters. • The population of Tasmania is 477,100. • Mass will be at St. David’s Cathedral in Hobart. • Let’s take a tour of the city.

  20. South Australia • Fly from Tasmania to Adelaide. • Cost $500 • Total Flight Time: 3 hours 25 minutes • If we leave right now, what time will we be in Adelaide?

  21. South Australia Great Australian Bight Nullarbor Plain Lake Eyre Adelaide

  22. South Australia

  23. South Australia • Adelaide is the capital of South Australia. • South Australia covers some of the most arid (dry) areas on the continent. • Most of the population lives in Adelaide. • Most Australian wines come from South Australia. • The arid portions of South Australia are part of the “Outback” or “bush” in Australia. • South Australia’s temperatures average in the . • The population of South Australia is 1,527,400. • Mass will be at St. Peter’s Cathedral in Adelaide. • Let’s take a tour of the city.

  24. Western Australia • Fly from Adelaide to Perth. • Cost $566 • Total Flight Time: 3 hours 25 minutes • If we leave right now, what time will we be in Perth?

  25. Western Australia Indian Ocean Great Sandy Desert Great Victorian Desert Perth

  26. Western Australia

  27. Western Australia • Perth is the capital of Western Australia. • Western Australia is the size of India, but only has 1.9 million people. • Most of the population lives in Perth and the rest of the state is largely empty. • The north is lushly tropical and the southwest is temperate. • The arid portions of Perth are part of the “Outback” or “bush” in Australia. • Western Australia has experienced gold rushes. • The population of Western Australia is 1,952,300. • Mass will be at St. George’s Cathedral in Adelaide. • Let’s take a tour of the city.

  28. Northern Territory • Fly from Perth to Darwin. • Cost $695 • Our flight leaves Perth at 4:05 p.m. and arrives in Darwin at 7:40 p.m., how long is our flight? • Total Flight Time: 3 hours 35 minutes

  29. Northern Territory Darwin Ayers Rock Tanami Desert Simpson Desert

  30. Northern Territory

  31. Northern Territory • Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory. • Uluru or Ayers Rock is a massive natural feature in the southern part of the territory. Two-thirds of the rock are beneath ground. • NT is a federal territory in Australia. • Royal flying doctors travel from homestead to homestead to treat medical patients in the Outback. • Box Jellyfish live off the coast of the NT from October to May and their sting is fatal. • School consists of 6 years of primary school, 3 years of middle school and 3 years of secondary school. • The population of Northern Territory is 198,400. • Mass will be outside at Ayers Rock. • Let’s take a tour of the city.

  32. Queensland • Fly from Darwin to Brisbane. • Cost $604 • Our flight leaves Darwin at 10:15 a.m. and lands in Brisbane at 2:00 p.m., how long is our flight? • Total Flight Time: 3 hours 45 minutes

  33. Queensland Cape York Peninsula Great Barrier Reef Great Artesian Basin Great Dividing Range Brisbane

  34. Queensland

  35. Queensland • Brisbane is the capital of Queensland. • The Great Barrier Reef is located just off the coast of Queensland. • The population of Queensland is 3,796,800. • Mass will be at St. John Cathedral in Brisbane. • Let’s take a tour of the Daintree Rainforest in Queensland • Look at the Great Barrier Reef.

  36. Aborigines • Early aborigines had a nomadic way of life. • They hunted kangaroo and other animals, fished, and gathered incest, wild honey and yams. • They traveled and camped in small family groups. • They had no domesticated animals, except the dingo (a type of dog). • Aboriginal petroglyphs (rock paintings) are among the oldest works of art work in existence. • After the arrival of Europeans, life changed in many ways. • New diseases and violence killed many of them • Land was taken, and many were placed on reservations.

  37. Aborigines • Today • A few still live a nomadic life in the outback. • Most have accepted modern ways and moved to towns and cities. • They have learned western skills and work as mechanics, nurses, teachers, lawyers, and politicians. • Music and painting are two areas where traditional art forms are still practiced. • The didgeridoo is still played at Aboriginal Ceremonies. • Warlpiri technique uses lines, swirls, circles, and dots to create a picture.