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Rifha Nowshin Travel
Rifha Nowshin
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New York, NY 11856
Sydney Opera House
(Sydney, Australia)
Sydney Harbor Bridge
(Sydney, New South Wales)
Uluru/Ayers Rock (Kata
Tjuta National Park,
Northern Territory)
Great Barrier Reef (coast of
Queensland, Australia)
Royal Botanic Gardens
(Sydney, Australia)
Port Arthur (Tasmania)
Coober Pedy (South
Kangaroo Island (South
The Bungle Bungles
(Purnululu National Park,
About Australia
Languages: English
Geography: Australia is located in Oceania
between the Indian and South Pacific Oceans.
Although it is a large country, its topography
is not too varied and most of it consists of low
desert plateau. There are however fertile
plains in the southeast. Australia's climate is
mostly arid to semiarid, but the south and east
are temperate and the north is tropical. Alpine
forests, tropical rainforests and a wide variety
of plants and animals thrive there because of
its geographic isolation from the rest of the
world. As such, 85% of its plants, 84% of its
mammals and 45% of its birds are endemic to
Australia. Australia is most famous for its
marsupial species, which include the
kangaroo, koala and wombat. In its waters,
around 89% of Australia's fish species both
inland and offshore are endemic. In addition,
endangered coral reefs are common on
Australia's coast - the most famous of these is
the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier
Reef is the world's largest coral reef system
and it is made up of over 2,900 individual
reefs endangered.
What Sights or
Landmark can I see?

What to Eat?
Fish 'n' chips by
the beach
Hamburger with

Watch cinema in the pale
moonlight: Various cities
Dirt bike through wilderness:
Cape York
Photograph the worlds smallest
penguins in a really big parade:
Phillip Island
Take a Great Barrier Reef trip:
Take a day trip from Cairns and
snorkel among the varied,
multi-colored wildlife that live
beneath the crystal waters

What can I do there?
Swim with whale sharks:
Horseback riding: Snowy
Swim with dolphins:
Rockingham Bay
Skydive: nothing gets the
adrenalin pumping like
jumping out of an airplane
from 4,000 meters.