Thursday, April 2, 2015

Australia Travel Report

  Australia

Do you like swimming?  If you do then you’ve came to the right place.  Australia has 10,685 beaches for you to bask in the sun or go out for a swim.  It has blue water that is crystal clear.  You can fish, dive, snorkel, surf, kayak, and more!  They also have many animal species.  If you like to hunt you can hunt kangaroos.  Today I will be teaching you about the animals, fun things to do, climate, and the land.

There are over 4000 species of fish, 378 mammal species, 878 species of birds, 300 lizard species, 140 snake species, 2 crocodile species, 50 types of marine animals, and they also have penguins.  Who would have thought that Australia would have penguins, since it is not cold.  Australia is home of the tasmanian devil, Taz off of Looney Tunes is one too.  Koala bears, monotremes, which is the platypus and the echidna and dingos live their too.  Dingos are dogs of the plains Australia’s two crocodiles are the saltwater and
the freshwater crocodiles.

Some of the activities include; swimming, snorkeling, diving, sailing, surfing and many more.  There is also snowboarding and skiing.  I would have never imagined that they receive snowfall.  You can also go hiking or biking in the mountains, valleys, or just on the trails.  Don’t be fooled, Australia is definitely worth the money to go.


The climate in Australia is warm and sunny.  Australia has the school of air, which is for children in remote areas of the outback.  They receive radio transmissions to be taught, in meaning, teachers message the kids with radios.  Australia has 10,685 beaches.  Australia is the only continent that is also a country.  Did you know that Australia was once a British colony?  It is home of the Great Barrier Reef.  It can be seen from outer space. Now thats what I call a big reef.


Australia is a very beautiful and fun country.  If you ever get the chance to go to Australia, GO!  I would like to go personally by myself and just explore the country.  Thanks for listening, and I hope that it is your next destination.
















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