What do landmarks mean in Australia?
The landmarks make us proud to be Australian.
The Round House and the Fremantle Gaol are the two most notable convict-built landmarks in Western Australia.
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Major landmarks in South Australia include: Wilpena Pound Flinders Ranges Mount Schank Mount Gambier Blue Lake Lake Eyre the Coorong
The notable landmarks that can be found in Oxfam, Australia are: Ayers rock, Fraser Island, The Pinnacles, The three sisters, The chambers pillar and Lake Eyre.
Ayres Rock, Australia
The harbour bridge and the Oprah house
The Great Flat Rock in the outback of Australia.
The Olgas in Western Australia.
Kangaroo Island is a natural landmark also coober pedy in South Australia
Eureka Tower, Melbourne, Australia.
Sydney Opera House sydney harbour bridge
It depends what you mean by 'landmarks'... Natural landmarks include - the White cliffs of Dover (SE England) and the Giant's Causeway (Northern Ireland). Man-made landmarks include Stonehenge (Wiltshire) and Hadrian's wall (Northern England)
math landmarks are mean,median,mode,range
Animals: Kangaroo,wombat,emu etc Landmarks: Uluru, Opera House etc
Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges is one of South Australia's most famous landmarks.
the landmarks are mean, median, maximum, minimum and range. you could find any set of numbers and find these landmarks in them. answered by Lucy Cetifag Lousiana
The Katherine Gorge is one of many stunning natural landmarks that are found in the Northen Territory, Australia.
Do you mean simply local traditional "landmarks" - such as "the old Jones mansion" or anything which has been legally/oficially designated a "Landmark" by a city, county, state, or federal entity. rdg
No. Cities are generally not regarded as landamrks. A landmark is a smaller, distinct and unique feature. For example, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House can be considered landmarks, but the city itself is not. For a list of famous Australian landmarks, see the related question.
Yes , There are geographic features in Australia. Such as Landforms, Landmarks, Climate and Flora. They all contribute to Australia's Geographic Features. There are several, like uluru, Bungle Bungle moutain range and the Great Dividing Range
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I can think of 3. 1. they both have hot weather 2. They both have their own type of food 3. They both have famous landmarks.
Queensland has a number of landmarks and, as Queensland is in Australia, they are all Australian. Natural landmarks include the Great Barrier Reef, Fraser Island (the world's largest sand dune), the Undara lava tubes and the Glasshouse Mountains, a series of volcanic plugs left exposed by erosion of the surrounding volcano cones. Man-made landmarks include the Stockman's Hall of Fame at Longreach, the Kuranda Rail and the Big Pineapple.
It means more tourism and then more money, and one of their landmarks are protected.
There is the Sydney Opera House and the Harbor Bridge in Australia. There is Rangitota Island in Auckland near New Zealand. That is all I know really. Hope you enjoy!
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Indiana dosent have landmarks
St. Patrick's Cathedral is a landmark in New York City. San Quentin State Prison is a landmark in California. Sydney Opera House is a landmark in Australia.
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one of the landmarks are the Great Wall
No, Hawaii does not have any landmarks at all.
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Greece is known for all of their landmarks. A few of the most popular landmarks are the Parthenon, Acropolis of Athens, and the Plaka.
do you mean australasia because australia is a country but austrilasia is continent of australia and also i think you mean countys as for the answer i do not know
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the amber museum is one of the landmarks
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The main Landmarks are Jupiter because it is closer
Of course there are landmarks in Puerto Rico.
a landmark in germany is the peral bridge :)
Tagalog translation of landmarks: mga palatandaan
Indiana Landmarks was created in 1960.
The Australian deserts are important to the original inhabitants of Australia, the Aboriginals. The desert contains dreamtime stories (stories of creation) which are very important to the Aboriginals and it was also their home for the bulk of the population. Today, modern Australia neglects the deserts and its cultural status however work is going into place to conserve landmarks and cultural aspects of the desert.
Australia is well known for not welcoming refugees into its country. Also, other places in the world such as Europe are drawing all the tourists there instead. This is because of its many famous landmarks, eg. The Eiffel Tower and The Leaning Tower of Pisa.