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Landscape and climate of Australia are incredibly varied. This continent is exceptional because of its mountains, ranges, and plateaus, as well as its diverse vegetation, which includes temperate, subtropical, and tropical rain forests.
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Mountains and Country The Blue Mountains, which are not far from Sydney, provide several opportunities for breathtaking views of the enormous, seemingly unending valleys covered in what appears to be a carpet of gum trees. A variegated terrain and a rich flora and fauna may be found as one travels south towards Mount Kosciuszco, the highest point in Australia, and its environs. These features alter dramatically from summer to winter.
Outback The enormous interior of this continent is largely made up of the Australian outback. The outback, which primarily consists of desert and dry land, is a land of extreme contrasts and is not for the timid.
Beach, Ocean, lakes and rivers The majority of the earth's surface is covered in water, mostly in the form of oceans, rivers, and lakes. Since it sustains life, water's distinct chemical properties make it the most significant substance in liquid form that we are aware of. With the help of the sun's energy, it can transform from a solid to a liquid and then a gas. Fresh water that has fallen as rain upon the ground flows as rivers as it travels to the ocean, sculpting the landscape as it goes.
The ocean covers the majority of the earth's surface, giving our world a distinctive appearance from space. Numerous life forms can be found there, and it also contributes significantly to the planet's ability to keep its temperature steady. Our beaches are sculpted by strong ocean currents and waves.
Sky and clouds I'm always in awe at the universe's size when I look up at the sky. As the day progresses and the sun moves from east to west, the sky's colour changes. The colours we observe in the sky are a product of light scattering as white light from the sun strikes atmospheric gases, humidity, dust, and debris. Warmer sky colours, including yellow, orange, red, and pink, are visible as the sun sinks lower in the sky and shadows lengthen.
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