Australia Down Under
The Official Travel Guide to The Outback
By Keaton Anderson
Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera house is located in Sydney, Australia. Australia is known for it, it represents the country in many ways. The Sydney opera house is a performing arts center, it includes operas, recitals, performances and more. It was opened in 1973 to the world of people, it fits about 6, 000 people. A wonderful attraction waiting for you to visit!
The Great Barrier Reef
The great barrier reef is a beautiful place. It is the longest reef in the world, over 2, 600 kilometers. It has over 900 islands, over 1500 different types of fish, 360 types of coral, and many more different animals that can be explored.
Kangaroos, are the most popular animal in Australia, they can be dangerous though. Koalas are also known, they are very cute, great to view. Australia has many more unique animals that any other country does not have, like wombats, platypus, Dingoes, and Tasmanian devils. Australia is also home of the most poisonous animals too.
Outback and the Bush
The outback is in central Australia, it is a desert. Barely anyone lives there because of how hot it is. It is home to most poisonous animals. The bush is an exact opposite of the outback. It is located right outside of cities. This is where most common animals live. It looks like a swamp.
Ayers Rock is also known as Uluru. It is located in Alice Springs, It is one of the biggest sandstone rock formation in the world. Alice springs is a city in the outback where its located.