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  • Canberra is the capital city of Australia
  • Two thirds of Australia consist of desert which is referred to as 'outback'
  • Most of Australia’s flora and fauna cannot be found anywhere else in the world
  • Australia is multicultural with Indigenous people and migrants from over 200 countries
  • Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is the biggest coral reef in the world
  • Indigenous Australian’s represent the world’s most ancient continuous cultures


  • Hawaii is made up of 132 islands with 8 main islands
  • Hawaii emerged through the force of volcanos
  • Mauna Loa is one of Hawaii’s most active volcanos. It is the world’s largest mountain
  • Hawaii is referred to as the “Aloha State”
  • The word “Aloha” has several meanings including hello
  • Hawaii is a US state


  • London is the capital city of the United Kingdom
  • The River Thames runs through London
  • London is the largest city in the United Kingdom
  • London’s Tower Bridge is often mistakenly called “London Bridge”
  • More than 300 languages are spoken in London
  • London’s underground railway is called the “Tube”


  • There are 11 official languages in South Africa
  • South Africa is home to many animals including the giraffe, lion and hippopotamus
  • Table Mountain in Cape Town is one of the world’s main energy centres exuding electrical, magnetic and spiritual energy
  • South Africa has three capital cities Pretoria, Cape Town and Bloemfontein
  • South Africa is nicknamed the “rainbow nation” because of its diverse mix of people
  • Nobel Prize winners Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu lived in the same street in South Africa