10 Interesting Facts about Australia That You Didn't Know– Tmarc Tee



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December 11, 2020

Australia, known as one of the most worth-living cities in the world, is a combination of all the good and wonderful things from lifestyle, welfare and achievements in both research and projects. architecture. All makes it easy for anyone who loves Australia at first look to realize them!

Let's explore 10 interesting things about Australia right now!

1. Australia has more than 10,000 beaches, so if you plan to visit each beach every day in Australia, it is estimated that you will spend 27 years enjoying all beaches here. This is the ideal life for those who are passionate about experiencing.

2. Sydney Harbor Bridge is the largest steel arch bridge in the world and Sydney Tower is the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere.

3. The Opera House is a major tourist attraction in Australia and also one of the most beautiful buildings of the century. This theater was completed in 1960 with excellent sound quality. It consists of about 1000 rooms and can accommodate a total of 5000 people at a time. The roof of this theater weighs more than 161,000 tons, this is the reason why this house is worthy of the wonders of the Kangaroo” country.

4. Snowy mountains of Australia have an annual snowfall greater than that in the Swiss Alps.

5. The ecosystem of this island continent is more diverse than many countries in the world, with more than 1500 different species of spiders, more than 6000 species of flies, 4000 species of ants and 350 species of termites. In addition, Australia also owns a variety of exotic animals in the world, such as a longer-than-1.8m lizard, more than an adult crocodile.

6. Lake Hillier is a beautiful pink lake and is regardless of the most unique lake in Australia. The explanation of the pink is a combination of the presence of Dunaliella Salina algae and the large concentration of salted shrimp.

7. Why was kangaroo chosen as the symbol of Australia? Not because this is a unique species of Australia but it is an animal that never walks backwards, it means that it is always moving forward. With this explanation, Australia used Kangaroo as a national symbol during the past decade with a view not to stepping back.

8. If all the sails on the Sydney Theater were put together, the result would be a complete sphere without any holes. Few people know that this unique building is inspired when the architect is eating ... an orange.

9. If you come to Australia at the beginning of the year, do not forget to come to Brisbane first to enjoy the "National Australian cockroach race" contest on January 26th. This event was first held in 1982 with the name "Soft Cocky", the "contestants" of cockroaches would be brought to the contest by participants, or could be purchased at the local counter. The cockroaches would fight with each other to win the game.

10.Australian population has not accounted for 0.4% of the world's population but this country owns up to 20% of the slot machines worldwide.

It cannot be denied that Australia always brings people full of joy; great experiences about both nature, culture and people here. To show your love with this beautiful country, do not forget to visit our Australia collection here to get something about Australia you love. This is a way to remind you not to give up passion for discovery with Australia.