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Australia by Mind Map: Australia

1. place to go

1.1. You can go to Queensland, for example, which is a beautiful sea area where you have really nice views

1.2. Western Australia

1.2.1. Western Australia Datis A special place to visit once with nice views and there are 2.6 million inhabitants

2. things to do

2.1. 4-daagse Red Centre Camping Safari uit Alice Springs of Ayers Rock inclusief Kings Canyon

2.2. 5-daagse tour Fraser Island en Great Barrier Reef

2.2.1. Encompassing roughly 3,000 individual reefs and dotted with almost 900 islands and coral cays (small sandy isles), Australia's Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s most unforgettable natural treasures.

2.2.1.1. Snorkelers and certified divers often place the reef at the top of their bucket lists due to the unparalleled array of marine life in its underwater world, ranging from thousands of different varieties of fish, birds, and clams to hundreds of types of birds, seaweed, and turtles. And with experts expecting much of this

2.3. Luxury eco trip with small group to the Blue Mountains from Sydney

2.3.1. you can See the highlights of Blue Mountains National Park including the Three Sisters rock formation and Govetts Leap before a picturesque morning tea picnic at Calmsley Hill.

2.3.1.1. Have the option to include a 2-course lunch at the elegant Hydro Majestic Hotel. This is a small group tour, with numbers limited to 17 people, for a more intimate experience.

3. animals

3.1. birds

3.1.1. Australia and its territories are home to of bird; of these are endemic to Australia. The fossil record of birds in Australia is patchy; however, there are records of the ancestors of contemporary species as early as the Late Oligocene.] Birds with a Gondwanan history include the flightless ratites

3.1.1.1. megapodes (the malleefowl and Australian brush-turkey),and a huge group of endemic parrots, order Psittaciformes. Australian parrots comprise a sixth of the world's parrots, including many cockatoos and galahs. The kookaburra is the largest species of the kingfisher family, known for its call, which sounds uncannily like loud, echoing human

3.2. Amphibians and reptiles

3.2.1. australia has four families of native frogs and one introduced toad, the cane toad. It has since become a devastating pest, , the cane toad produces a venom that is toxic to native fauna, as well as to humans.

4. language

4.1. Australia has no official languages, English and the national language is entrenched. Australian English is an important variety of language with a distinctive accent

4.1.1. is the collection of English language species originating from Australia. If English is not an official law in the constitution, then the Australian language of the country is the language of the population.

4.1.2. in Australia it also depends on which part of the country you visit because in Australia English is spoken everywhere in other ways

5. culture

5.1. The culture of Australia is primarily a Western culture, derived from Great Britain, but is also influenced by the geography of Australia, the cultural contribution of Aboriginal

5.1.1. Broad Australian English is recognisable and familiar to English speakers around the world. It is prevalent nationwide but is especially common in rural areas. Examples of people with this accent are Steve Irwin,

5.1.1.1. Broad Australian English is recognisable and familiar to English speakers around the world. It is prevalent nationwide but is especially common in rural areas. Examples of people with this accent are Steve Irwin,

5.2. , The British colonization of Australia began in 1788 and followed waves of multi-ethnic migration

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6. sports

6.1. what kind of sports does they have?

6.1.1. in Australia they do a lot of sporting rights very much but other sports when we are used to in the Netherlands as rugby do, especially in their country also at national level

6.1.1.1. why they do these sports is probably that people from Australia are stiffer and stronger that most countries and that is probably why they do these sports

6.1.2. they also do cricket that you see almost nowhere in the world that is played at a high level