How do we call the first people living in Australia and where did they come from? Did they speak the same language? Who were the next inhabitants of Australia? Who was the first to explore Australia in 1770?
What consequences did the new settlement have on Aborigines? What happened on January 1st 1901? According to the Aborigines, how was life created? How many people are registered sport participants
How do we call the first people living in Australia and how long have they passed down their culture? What is Uluru, also known as Ayers rock, where is it and why is it significant for Aborigines? valley have in common?
What is the Daintree? What can you do in the Kimberley region? What is special about Darwin? What do the Yarra valley, the Barossa and the Coal River valley have in common?
What can you do in the Kimberley region? What is special about Darwin? What do the Yarra valley, the Barossa and the Coal River valley have in common?
Which country did it claim it for? When did it become a colony?
TRUE OR FALSE There are more than 10000 beaches in Australia Australia is the world's biggest exporter of wool and lamb The world's biggest opal weighed over 6 kg The fauna and flora of Australia is unique
Australia has attracted 6 million people since the 1940s There are fewer kangaroos today than in the 18th century The dingo fence was built to avoid the killing of sheep by Dingoes The beach and barbeques are part of Australian lifestyle because 70 % of Australians live near the coast
Melbourne is Australia's capital. In Adelaide you can swim with sharks and learn to sail There are more than 800 national parks in Australia. Sydney is famous for Harbour Bridge and the opera House.
INVESTICE DO ROZVOJE VZDĚLÁVÁNÍ Tento projekt je spolufinancován Evropským sociálním fondem a státním rozpočtem České republiky. Tato výuková prezentace byla pořízena z finančních prostředků hrazených Evropským sociálním fondem a rozpočtem České republiky.
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