Can You Rank Australia and Estimate How Large It is Compared to Other Countries?
Did you know Australia is the sixth largest country in the world? It’s divided into six states; Southern Australia,m Western Australia, New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and Tasmania.
Not All About Surf & Turf
Australia is known as a land for the surfers, but did you know that there are also snowy alps in some places of the country during winter? And that they’re awesome for hiking in the summer?
In the Jungle, the Mighty Jungle…
The landscape vary a lot. This country is also famous for Kakadu National Park, which is a real jungle and part of the country’s UNESCO world heritages. The jungle’s Jim Jim waterfalls are the highest in the Northern Territory, which certainly makes it a sight for sore eyes. This is also a place for Australia’s indigenous people, the Aborigines. They call this area “Arnhem Land”, which translates to “the land of their ancestors.
Uluru & Ayers Rock
The Aborigines make up 2% of the total population and most of them are living in the desert, outside of the big civilizations. Some of them are still living around Ayers Rock, an area which is kind of sacred. It is a huge stone formation which is located in the middle of the content. The Aborigines call it “Uluru”.