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 In 2010 Australia had 30,1 billions of dollars as income from tourism and was on 8th place.

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2  In 2010 Australia had 30,1 billions of dollars as income from tourism and was on 8th place.

3  Opera House  Ayers Rock (Uluru)  Flinders Range  Kakadu National Park  Great Barrier Reef  Fraser Island  Tasmania

4  Opera House is one of the top tourist attractions of Sydney.  1,5 milion peoples visited the Opera House during the year.  There are a number of restaurants in the Opera House complex.

5  Ayers Rock (Uluru) is a large rock formation in the middle of Australia.  It is the largest monolith in the world.  The local community requests that visitors respect the sacred status.

6  The Flinders Ranges link the Gulf St Vincent to the outback of South Australia.  The scenery is out of this world, particularly during spring when the wildflowers are blossoming.

7  The name 'Kakadu' comes from an Aboriginal floodplain language called Gagudju.  Kakadu is a cultural landscape.  Aborigines have lived in Kakadu for at least 25,000 years.

8  The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world.  Washed by the warm waters of the South-West Pacific Ocean.  The Great Barrier Reef is of such pristine condition that it was listed by the World Heritage.

9  Fraser Island is the world's largest sand island.  Fraser Island attained its World Heritage Listing in December  The western shores of the island form a boundary of the Port of Maryborough.

10  Tasmania is an island off the southeast coast of Australia.  Sometimes referred to as the Natural State, or the Island of Inspiration.  The capital of Tasmania is Hobart.

11 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!


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