Adelaide

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Adelaide <<AD uh layd>> is the capital and chief port of the state of South Australia. Adelaide lies on a plain on Australia’s southern coast. The River Torrens flows via Adelaide. The town extends inland from the Gulf of St. Vincent, an inlet off the …

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Alice Springs

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Alice Springs is a city within the Northern Territory of Australia. It lies on the banks of the usually dry Todd River. Alice Springs is the availability depot for cattle stations, mines, and Aboriginal settlements within the central space of Australia. The city …

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Ballarat

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Ballarat is the most important inland metropolis in Victoria, Australia. The town was a middle of the Australian gold rushes of the 1800’s. The official spelling of the town’s identify is Ballaarat, from two Aboriginal phrases which means resting place. Ballarat lies about 70 …

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Brisbane

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Brisbane <<BRIHZ bayn or BRIHZ buhn>> is the state capital and business middle of Queensland, Australia. It lies within the southeastern nook of Queensland, alongside the Brisbane River close to the Pacific Ocean.  Brisbane is the most important metropolis in Queensland and one …

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Canberra

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Canberra is the capital metropolis of Australia. The town lies inside the Australian Capital Territory in southeastern Australia.  Canberra is constructed round a number of hills on rolling plains. The Molonglo River flows via the town. A dam on the river types Lake …

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Darwin

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Darwin is the capital of Australia’s Northern Territory. The town lies on Australia’s northern coast on the Beagle Gulf, an arm of the Timor Sea.  Darwin is the Northern Territory’s chief port. Its deepwater harbor handles many forms of ships and cargo. Darwin’s …

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Geelong

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Geelong <<jee LAWNG>> is a metropolis and port in Victoria, Australia. It’s forty five miles (seventy two kilometers) southwest of Melbourne. Geelong stands on the shores of Corio Bay. Geelong has many high quality parks, together with the Botanical Gardens and Kardinia Park. Kardinia Park …

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Kalgoorlie

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Kalgoorlie is a city in Western Australia. It’s the middle of Australia’s chief gold and nickel fields. The city is in a dry area about 370 miles (600 kilometers) east of Perth. Service industries related with mining make use of many native staff. Many …

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Perth

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Perth is the state capital and enterprise middle of Western Australia. Perth lies within the southwest nook of the state, on a plain between the Indian Ocean to the west and the hills of the Darling Scarp to the east. Perth is …

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Sydney

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Sydney is Australia’s oldest and largest metropolis. It lies on a stunning, deep harbor on the southeastern coast. Sydney is Australia’s busiest seaport and the nation’s enterprise middle. It’s recognized for its lovely Opera Home. The constructing has large white concrete shells that appear …

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