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The capital of Australia is … a) Sydney b) Canberra c) Darwin
The official head of the state is the Queen of Great Britain represented by the … a) Prime- Minister b) Governor- General c) Speaker
… is the most important city in Australia. a) Melbourne b) Canberra c) Sydney
The official language of Australia is … a) English b) German c) French
The hottest time in Australia is from… to … . a) November … February b) September … January c) June … July
The most part of the continent of Australia is a … . a) valley b) desert c) prarie
Europeans settled in Australia … . a) 1488 b) 1788 c) 1901
We can see … and … on the Australian coat of arms. a) Kangaroo … Dingo b) Koala … Parrot c) Kangaroo … Emu
The Australian natives are … . a) Eskimos b) Aborigines c) Indians
… discovered Australia. a) Christopher Columbus b) Captain Cook c) Lewis and Clark
Christmas in Australia Christmas in Australia is very hot. Australians are baking in summer heat. Some Australians and tourists often have their Christmas dinner on a local beach. Other families enjoy Christmas with a picnic. If they are at home, they like swimming, playing cricket out in the backyard, and other outdoor activities.
Christmas in Australia The hot weather allows Australians to enjoy a tradition which commenced in 1937. Carols by Candlelight is held every year on Christmas Eve, where tens of thousands of people gather in the city of Melbourne to sing their favourite Christmas songs. The evening is lit by many candles under a clean night sky.
Christmas in Australia Sydney and the other capital cities also enjoy carols. Australians surround themselves with Christmas Bush, a native plant which has little red coloured leaves. Santa Claus arrives on a surfboard, or even on a surf lifesaving boat.
MERRY CHRISTMAS! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Good luck in the New Year! Be healthy and joyful!