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Social Studies Australia and New Zealand
Sheep and Cattle
fossil fuel (coal)
Wheat and Sugar Cane
Opals and Diamonds
The Two Main Types of farming in Australia are
Most of Australia's electricity is generated by what fuel
Two major agricultral crops in Australia are
Name two of Australia's main gemstones
Sheep and Cattle
The Two Main Types of farming in Australia are
fossil fuel (coal)
Most of Australia's electricity is generated by what fuel
13 terms
SOCIAL STUDIES AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND
TRUST TERRITORY
LAGOON
ATOLL
GEYSERS
a territory is one that is supervised by another nation
a shallow body of water separated by another nation
a ring-shaped coral island surrounding a lagoon
hot springs that shoot jets of steam and water into the air
TRUST TERRITORY
a territory is one that is supervised by another nation
LAGOON
a shallow body of water separated by another nation
16 terms
Social Studies Australia and New Zealand
Major Rivers, Peninsulas, Resources
Climates of Mainland & Islands
Climates of Australia & New Zealand
Deforestation
Indochina & Malay Peninsula, Mekong River, Bamboo-Resource, R…
Mainland- Mostly tropical savanna climates. Islands- Mostly h…
Australia- Mostly dry climate, New Zealand- Marine climate wi…
The widespread cutting of trees. Many tropical rainforests ar…
Major Rivers, Peninsulas, Resources
Indochina & Malay Peninsula, Mekong River, Bamboo-Resource, R…
Climates of Mainland & Islands
Mainland- Mostly tropical savanna climates. Islands- Mostly h…
18 terms
Social Studies: New Zealand and Australia
Australia
Atoll
Penal Colony
Artesian Wall
the only continent that is also a country
A small coral island in the shape of a ring
A place settled by convicts or prisoners
A farmer will dig this deep in the Earth to tap porous rock f…
Australia
the only continent that is also a country
Atoll
A small coral island in the shape of a ring
9 terms
Social Studies - Australia & New Zealand - Vocab
Outback
Monolith
Aborginal People
Coral Reef
The most rural and isolated parts of Australia's Central Lowl…
A single standing stone.
First humans to live in Australia.
A giant community of marine animals called corals.
Outback
The most rural and isolated parts of Australia's Central Lowl…
Monolith
A single standing stone.
26 terms
Social studies ch7 Australia and New Zealand
Marsupial
Tectonic plates
Geyser
Fiord
An animal, such as a kangaroo or the koala that carries its y…
A large piece of earth crust
A hot spring that shoots scalding water into the air
A narrow bay or inlet from the sea bordered by steep cliffs
Marsupial
An animal, such as a kangaroo or the koala that carries its y…
Tectonic plates
A large piece of earth crust
17 terms
Social Studies Australia and New Zealand Vocabulary
Marsupial
Tectonic Plate
Geyser
Fjord
An animal, such as a kangaroo or the koala that carries its y…
A large piece of the Earth's crust.
A hot spring that shoots scalding water into the air.
A narrow bay or or inlet from the sea bordered by steep cliffs.
Marsupial
An animal, such as a kangaroo or the koala that carries its y…
Tectonic Plate
A large piece of the Earth's crust.
12 terms
Social Studies Chapter 3 Australia and New Zealand
coral reef
station
boomerang
geyser
A structure of calcite skeletons built up by coral animals in…
large landholding used for livestock production.
a flat, curved piece of wood so when hurled returns to the th…
A fountain of water and steam that builds up pressure undergr…
coral reef
A structure of calcite skeletons built up by coral animals in…
station
large landholding used for livestock production.
20 terms
Australia and New Zealand Social Studies Vocabulary Words
Great Dividing Range
Outback
Marsupials
Aborigine
low mountains on the eastern coast of Australia, blocks moist…
The interior region of Australia
Animal with a pouch to carry its own
Native people of Australia originally Polynesian
Great Dividing Range
low mountains on the eastern coast of Australia, blocks moist…
Outback
The interior region of Australia
social studies australia and new zealand vocab
outback
monolith
coral reef
hot spring
the inland areas of australia west of the Great Dividing range
a single standing stone
a long under sea sructure formed by the tiny skeletons of cor…
places where naturally heated water rises out of the ground
outback
the inland areas of australia west of the Great Dividing range
monolith
a single standing stone
24 terms
7th Grade Social Studies Australia and New Zealand
Great Dividing Range
Southern Alps
geyser
Outback
a range of low mountains in Australia
a mountain chain in New Zealand
a hot spring that shoots sprays of steam and boiling water in…
the interior region of Australia
Great Dividing Range
a range of low mountains in Australia
Southern Alps
a mountain chain in New Zealand
15 terms
Social Studies Quiz on Australia and New Zealand
What is New Zealand's population in 20…
What is the deadliest animal in Austra…
What is Australia's capital?
What colors is Australia's flag?
4.5 Million
Horses and Honeybees
Canberra
Red and Blue
What is New Zealand's population in 20…
4.5 Million
What is the deadliest animal in Austra…
Horses and Honeybees
20 terms
social studies Australia/new Zealand/Oceania study set
great dividing range
outback
marsoupial
aborigine
This is Australia's most substantial mountain range and the t…
inner part of australia
a type of animal that has a pouch for its young
natives to australia
great dividing range
This is Australia's most substantial mountain range and the t…
outback
inner part of australia
26 terms
T3 social studies chapter 7 Australia and New Zealand
Marsupial
Tectonic Plate
Geyser
Fiord
An animal, such as a kangaroo or the koala that carries its y…
A large piece of the Earth's crust.
A hot spring that shoots scalding water into the air.
A narrow bay or inlet from the sea bordered by steep cliffs.
Marsupial
An animal, such as a kangaroo or the koala that carries its y…
Tectonic Plate
A large piece of the Earth's crust.
14 terms
Global Studies- Australia & New Zealand
plate tectonics
aborigines
maori
assimilation
the theory that explains how huge blocks on Earth's crust cal…
the original inhabitants of Australia.
the original inhabitants of New Zealand and the Cook Islands.
the process by which one group takes on the cultural traits o…
plate tectonics
the theory that explains how huge blocks on Earth's crust cal…
aborigines
the original inhabitants of Australia.
20 terms
Australia and New Zealand Study guide
Marsupials
Great Barrier Reef
Sydney
Great ocean Road
Mammals that carry young in pouches.
Located off of the northeast coast of Australia measures 1,25…
Australia's oldest and largest city.
Project to the employed soldiers after WWI, tourist attractio…
Marsupials
Mammals that carry young in pouches.
Great Barrier Reef
Located off of the northeast coast of Australia measures 1,25…
43 terms
Australia & New Zealand 2016
Continents
Water
size
Great Barrier Reef
Australia is one of the world's seven _____ (like Africa, Eur…
Australia is an island, completely surrounded by ___ on all s…
Australia's ___ (or land area) is almost 3 million square mil…
the world's largest coral reef, on the northeast coast of Aus…
Continents
Australia is one of the world's seven _____ (like Africa, Eur…
Water
Australia is an island, completely surrounded by ___ on all s…
20 terms
New Zealand - Social Studies
When was the Treaty of Waitangi signed?
Name of Captain Cook's ship
New Zealand's first capital city
NZ Volcano eruption in 1886
1840
Endeavour
Auckland
Tarawera
When was the Treaty of Waitangi signed?
1840
Name of Captain Cook's ship
Endeavour
13 terms
AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND
coral reef
Outback
Station
Marsupial
structure formed by the skeletons of small sea animals
inland regions of Australia
cattle or sheep ranch in Australia
A mammal that carries its young in a pouch
coral reef
structure formed by the skeletons of small sea animals
Outback
inland regions of Australia
21 terms
New Zealand - Social Studies
When was the Treaty of Waitangi signed?
Name of Captain Cook's ship
New Zealand's first capital city
NZ Volcano eruption in 1886
1840
Endeavour
Auckland
Tarawera
When was the Treaty of Waitangi signed?
1840
Name of Captain Cook's ship
Endeavour
13 terms
Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica
Canaberra
Great barrier reef
Uluru
Aborigines
capital of Austrailia
a coral reef in the Coral Sea off the NE coast of Australia
a large isolated desert rock; sacred to local Aboriginal people
the people who were the earliest original inhabitants of Aust…
Canaberra
capital of Austrailia
Great barrier reef
a coral reef in the Coral Sea off the NE coast of Australia
18 terms
Capitals of Australia and New Zealand
Australia
New Zealand
Victoria
Queensland
Canberra
Wellington
Melbourne
Brisbane
Australia
Canberra
New Zealand
Wellington
9 terms
Australia And New Zealand
Western Territory
Northern Territory
South Australia
Queensland
Perth
Darwin
Adelaide
Brisbane
Western Territory
Perth
Northern Territory
Darwin
24 terms
Australia New Zealand Review
6
to send criminals
Pacific and Indian
the outback
Australia is made up of how many states?
The British first used the country of Australia for what?
The two oceans that surround Australia?
The inland region of Australia where many mineral resources a…
6
Australia is made up of how many states?
to send criminals
The British first used the country of Australia for what?
27 terms
Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific
aboriginal
maori
vertebrate
convergent boundary
(n.) an original inhabitant of any land; (n.) an animal or pl…
The indigenous people of New Zealand
An animal with a backbone
A plate boundary where two plates move toward each other.
aboriginal
(n.) an original inhabitant of any land; (n.) an animal or pl…
maori
The indigenous people of New Zealand
25 terms
Australia and New Zealand
Sydney
Melbourne
coral reef
outback
structure formed by the skeletons of small sea animals
name for the entire inland region of Australia
Sydney
Melbourne
37 terms
Global Studies- Australia, Antarctica, New Zealand and the Pacifc
crevasse
ice shelf
pack ice
convergence zone
a large crack in a glacier
ice that extends out over the ocean and breaks off into the w…
a mix of icebergs and other floating ice located on the fring…
a spot where Antarctic waters meet warmer waters
crevasse
a large crack in a glacier
ice shelf
ice that extends out over the ocean and breaks off into the w…
15 terms
Australia New Zealand
dingo
tikanga
kapahaka
dominion
wild dog of Australia
Maori customs and traditions passed down through the generati…
traditional art form of the Maori people that combines music,…
a self-governing country within the British Empire
dingo
wild dog of Australia
tikanga
Maori customs and traditions passed down through the generati…
8 terms
Australia and New Zealand
Western Territory (Australia)
Northern Territory (Australia)
South Australia
Queensland (Australia)
Perth
Darwin
Adelaide
Brisbane
Western Territory (Australia)
Perth
Northern Territory (Australia)
Darwin
14 terms
Australia/New Zealand
Great Barrier Reef
Dream Time
Didgeridoo
Outback
geographical feature located off the northeastern coast of Au…
"the beginning of time"-Aborigines afterlife
famous instrument made by Aborigines out of bamboo
desert in central region of Australia
Great Barrier Reef
geographical feature located off the northeastern coast of Au…
Dream Time
"the beginning of time"-Aborigines afterlife
22 terms
Australia and New Zealand
History: Aborigines
History: Maori
History: Nomads
The Arrival of Europeans: James Cook
Settlers that were the first humans to live in Australia
New Zealand's first settlers that came from other Pacific isl…
Early Aborigines were _____________ who gathered various plan…
In 1769 this British explorer explored the main islands of Ne…
History: Aborigines
Settlers that were the first humans to live in Australia
History: Maori
New Zealand's first settlers that came from other Pacific isl…
12 terms
Australia/New Zealand Terms
Aborigines
Maori
Great Barrier Reef
Outback
Natives of Australia. Ancestors arrived in Australia in 30,00…
Natives of New Zealand. Ancestors arrived in New Zealand 1,00…
Area of rich, acquatic, wildlife
inland Australia. Very few people live here.
Aborigines
Natives of Australia. Ancestors arrived in Australia in 30,00…
Maori
Natives of New Zealand. Ancestors arrived in New Zealand 1,00…
8 terms
Australia and New Zealand
Artesian Wells
coral reef
KIWI
marsupial
water that comes to the surface without a being pumped
a ridge formed in warm, tropical waters
a flightless bird
animal that carries it's young in a pouch
Artesian Wells
water that comes to the surface without a being pumped
coral reef
a ridge formed in warm, tropical waters
25 terms
Australia & New Zealand Vocabulary
Vegetation
Grassland
Adapt
Subsistence farming
plant life
wide open areas used for grazing & crops
to adjust or modify to fit
farming only to survive, not for profit
Vegetation
plant life
Grassland
wide open areas used for grazing & crops
30 terms
Australia, New Zealand (Oceania)
Australia
Aborigines
First European settlers to Australia
Penal Colonies
The Earth's largest island and smallest continent. The East c…
Scientists believe the are the earliest people living in Aust…
Great Britain. Founding of a prison colony. They forced the A…
settlements for convicts from Great Britian territories--Aust…
Australia
The Earth's largest island and smallest continent. The East c…
Aborigines
Scientists believe the are the earliest people living in Aust…
40 terms
Australia & New Zealand
Continents
Water
size
Great Barrier Reef
Australia is one of the world's seven _____ (like Africa, Eur…
Australia is an island, completely surrounded by ___ on all s…
Australia's ___ (or land area) is almost 3 million square mil…
the world's largest coral reef, on the northeast coast of Aus…
Continents
Australia is one of the world's seven _____ (like Africa, Eur…
Water
Australia is an island, completely surrounded by ___ on all s…
12 terms
Australia and New Zealand Review
What is the main population in Austral…
What is the name of the indigenous peo…
Name two effect the British had on the…
How did the Aborigines view land?
European
The Maori
1. Europeans put the Aborigines in jail.... 2. Europeans took th…
-land could not be owned... -land was a central connection to th…
What is the main population in Austral…
European
What is the name of the indigenous peo…
The Maori
26 terms
Australia, New Zealand, Oceania
outback
kangaroo
boomerang
Wellington
The dry, unpopulated inland region of Australia
any of several herbivorous leaping marsupials of Australia an…
Curved throwing stick used by Aborigines for hunting in Austr…
The capital of New Zealand
outback
The dry, unpopulated inland region of Australia
kangaroo
any of several herbivorous leaping marsupials of Australia an…
16 terms
Australia, New Zealand, Oceania Study Guide
Maori
bush
James Cook
trust territory
left Polynesia and settled in New Zealand, set up villages on…
in australia, small number of people live there, work on catt…
most well known British sailor to sail to the region, made th…
an area temporarily placed under the control of another count…
Maori
left Polynesia and settled in New Zealand, set up villages on…
bush
in australia, small number of people live there, work on catt…
9 terms
Australia and New Zealand capitals
Western Territory
Northern Territory
South Australia
Queensland
Perth
Darwin
Adelaide
Brisbane
Western Territory
Perth
Northern Territory
Darwin
Animals of Australia and New Zealand
a kiwi bird
a possum
a koala
a kangaroo
a kiwi bird
a possum
10 terms
Australia and New Zealand 2
Great Dividing Range
Great Sandy Desert
Lake Eyre
Great Victorian Desert
Great Dividing Range
Great Sandy Desert
103 terms
New Zealand & Australia
where is famous for Syrah and Bordeaux…
Where is Tamar Valley GI and Pipers Ri…
The biggest producer in NZ and where
named 2 famous producer in Canterberry
Waihek island, North Island
Tasmania
Brancott Estate, Waipara
Bell Hill, Pyramid Valley
where is famous for Syrah and Bordeaux…
Waihek island, North Island
Where is Tamar Valley GI and Pipers Ri…
Tasmania
26 terms
Australia and New Zealand basic vocabulary
Sydney
Melbourne
Coral reef
The Outback
structure formed by the skeletons of small sea animals
name for the entire inland region of Australia
Sydney
Melbourne
11 terms
Australia and New Zealand
Melbourne
Sydney
Brisbane
Darwin
Victoria
New South Wales
Queensland
Northern Territory
Melbourne
Victoria
Sydney
New South Wales
19 terms
Australia and New Zealand
Sydney
coral reef
outback
station
structure formed by the skeletons of small sea animals
name for the entire inland region of Australia
cattle or sheep ranch in Australia
Sydney
coral reef
structure formed by the skeletons of small sea animals
22 terms
Australia/ NewZealand Vocab
Outback
monolith
Aboriginal
coral reef
Rural and isolated parts of the Central Lowlands
a massive, solid stone in the Central Lowlands
the first people to live in Australia
a giant community of marine animals called corals
Outback
Rural and isolated parts of the Central Lowlands
monolith
a massive, solid stone in the Central Lowlands
35 terms
Australia and New Zealand
Country that includes North Island and…
New Zealand's seaport and largest city
Australia's largest source of undergro…
Country that granted New Zealand indep…
New Zealand
Auckland
Great Artesian Basin
Great Britain
Country that includes North Island and…
New Zealand
New Zealand's seaport and largest city
Auckland
15 terms
Megan Australia and New Zealand (Features)
Cook Strait
Coral Sea
Gibson Desert
Great Australian Bight
Cook Strait
Coral Sea
8 terms
Australia and New Zealand
Western Australia
Northern Territory
South Australia
Queensland
Perth
Darwin
Adelaide
Brisbane
Western Australia
Perth
Northern Territory
Darwin
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