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1. Tasmania, the island south of Australia, is small. It’s the same size as England. It is also very different from the other states. There are no deserts in Tasmania. It often rains, both in winter and summer. Only a half of million people live in Tasmania, and a large part of the island is still covered with wild, beautiful wild forests. These forests are full of wonderful flowers and interesting animals.

2. In the Northern Territory you will find the red heart of Australia. And it really is red, with red rocks, red sand, and red skies in the evening. Every year, thousands of tourists visit Ayers Rock and a strange group of huge red stones called “the Olgas”. But these places are also holy to the Aboriginals. They believe that the land itself has life.

3. Sydney is the best known place in New South Wales. In fact, it’s the best known place in Australia. But New South Wales has more than cities. There are, for example, the Blue Mountains. They are covered with forests of blue colored eucalyptus trees. The air above the forest contains millions of microscopic drops of eucalyptus oil. When the sun shines, the air of the Blue Mountains is a real, beautiful blue.

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1.  Is Tasmania a small or large  island? What are the wild  forests are full of ? Is Tasmania very different from the other states? There are no deserts in Tasmania, aren't there? 

2. Do the  thousands of tourists visit Ayers Rock and a strange group of huge red stones called “the Olgas”?  Where  will you  find the red heart of Australia? Are  these places   holy to the Aboriginals or to everyone? They believe that the land itself has life, don't they?

3. Is  Sydney  the best known place in New South Wales?  What is  the best known place in Australia? Are the Blue Mountains  covered with forests of blue colored eucalyptus trees or fields of gold?  When the sun shines, the air of the Blue Mountains is a real, beautiful blue, isn't it?