We did some internet research and here's what Grand Mananers found out about the land down under...
Animals
- There are many animals in Australia. Such as Bandicoot, Emu, Kultarr, Platypus, Snakes, Brolga , Frilled Lizard, Lyrebird, Possum, Tasmanian Devil, Cuscus, Goanna, Marsupial Mole, Potoroo, Tasmanian Tiger, Dingo, Kangaroo, Nabarlek, Quokka, Wallaby, Dunnart, Koala, Numbat, Rabbit, Wombat, Echidna, Kookaburra, Owl, and Rats.



1.
Cricket is the most played sport in Australia.
2. The kangaroo is the most popular wild animal in Australia.
3. The population of Australia is 21,007,310

Zach

Sports
- There are also many sports in Australia. Such as Rugby, Cricket, Golf, Soccer, Rowing, Sailing, Cycling, Martial Arts, Bowls, Basket-ball, Volley Ball, Swimming, Spear fishing, Surfing, and Amateur fishing.

The Fires

- There have been dangerously large fires in Victoria Australia. There has been hundreds of fires, and more than 200 deaths have been confirmed along with the loss of 2000 homes.

-Kitarra...





1. The continent of Australia, with the island state of Tasmania, is approximately equal in area to the United States
. 2.The population of Australia is 21 000 000

Facts about Tasmania
Did you know that off the coast of Australia there is a quit good sized island that is called Tasmania? It is home to the Tasmanian devil and what they think that might still be alive the Tasmanian tiger. They think that the Tasmanian tiger in 1863 doomed to existence. The Tasmanian tiger came to Australia in the early 1700’s then it was a peaceful animal non to man. But then some sort of dog came to the island and it was frosted to move to Tasmania. But then in the early 1800’s the men of Australia started to hunt the Tasmanian tiger. Then they think that the Tasmanian tiger was to be exscinded. But to this very day they might have found traces of the tiger itself. So it might not really be gone there might still be some on the island and they just don’t know it.
-Jessica

Australia fun facts
1. The most common house hold pet is a dog and a bunny.
2. The most dangerous animal in Australia is an alligator.
3. The most amazing reef in Australia is the
Rowley Shoals.
-Brittany

St Albans Australia facts
1. St Albans is a small town in the province of Victoria.
2. The four main sports are football, cricket, netball, soccer.
3. The continent of Australia is named after the nation of Australia and Australia is the smallest continent in the world.
-Matthew E

1. There are more than 1500 species of spiders ikn Australia.
2. The most dangerous animal in Astralia is an alligator.
3.Australia is the smallest continent in the world.


AUSTRALIA FUN FACTS!
1. Cricket is the most played sport in Australia.
2. The most common wild animal in Australia is the kangaroo.
3.Some of the animals you would see in Australia Bandicoot, Brolga,Cuscus,Dingo,Dunnart,Echidna,Emu,Frilled Lizard,Goanna,Kangaroo,Koala,Kookaburra,Kultarr,Lyrebird,Marsupial Mole,Nabarlek,Rabbit,Rat,Snakes,Tasmanian Devil, Tasmanian Tiger,Wallaby,and the Wombat.
Suzanne*

Brady

Fun fact 1.

1. The continent of Australia, with the island state of Tasmania, is approximately equal in area to the United States
2.The population of Australia is 21 000 000

3.Some of Australia’s sports are netball, rugby, AFL, golf, and cricket

Australian Fun Facts

Almost 5 million people born overseas live in Australia. More migrants move to Sydney than any other Australian city.

Australia has long been known as the lucky country. This is not surprising when you learn it is the world's largest iron ore exporter and largest producer of bauxite and alumina. Australia also has the world's largest deposits of silver, zinc, zircon and easily extracted uranium (over 40% of world resources). It also has about 10 percent of the world's gold resources.

Australia is the world’s smallest continent and the world's sixth largest country. Australia covers an area of 7,686,900 square kilometers. That's slightly smaller than the United States mainland which is 7,827,848 square kilometers (does not include Hawaii and Alaska).
By: Kristin