Great Dividing Range
Australia's largest mountain range, stretches along Australia's eastern coast
Great Barrier Reef
the world's largest coral reef
world's largest sand island
low islands formed by the buildup of coral reefs on the rims of submerged volcanoes
North Island and South Island
Names of the two islands that make up New Zealand
Sea the separates Australia and New Zealand
Sea off the northeast coast of Australia that contains the Great Barrier Reef
a shrub native to New Zealand that carpets the islands' volcanic landscape
state of Australia and an island off the southeastern coast of the main island.
The name of a continent, country, and island.
The capital of Australia
The capital of New Zealand
animals that are not necessarily wild but do not rely on humans
plants or animals introduced to an region by humans that spread out of human control
mammals whose young must mature in a pouch after they are born.
also known as "Ayer's Rock" - it is a giant rock monolith in Australia's Northern Territory that is sacred ground to the Aborigines