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by Greg Reid

eBook Victoria (Australia's National and Marine Parks) download ISBN: 0732990564
Author: Greg Reid
Publisher: Macmillan Australia (March 15, 2004)
Pages: 32
ePub: 1159 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

Australia’s national parks are nothing short of jaw-dropping.

Australia’s national parks are nothing short of jaw-dropping. You’ll discover winding creeks, lush rainforest and jagged cliffs, but you’re also sure to find something unexpected. In Western Australia, you’ll find beaches full of lounging kangaroos, while in Queensland, you can explore hidden gorges and crystal clear waterholes. Cape Raoul, Tasman National Park, Tasmania.

Panoramic views from Point Addis, Victoria, Australia. Point Addis is a 20 metre high cliff and Marine National Park with sandy beaches, limestone and sandstone cliffs, rocky platforms and reefs between Torquay and Anglesea

Panoramic views from Point Addis, Victoria, Australia. Point Addis is a 20 metre high cliff and Marine National Park with sandy beaches, limestone and sandstone cliffs, rocky platforms and reefs between Torquay and Anglesea. There is a small narrow but hazardous beach with a permanent rip at the base of the cliff. The safer and larger but unpatrolled Addiscot beach is a short walk to the north.

It covers Victoria’s marine national parks and sanctuaries that protect a wide array of marine life. Conservation and science. Volunteering in parks is a great way to contribute to conserving Victoria’s special places. Aboriginal people are the original inhabitants, or First Peoples, of this state. Land forms the basis of Aboriginal existence and identity which, along with water and natural resources were sustainably managed according to traditional laws and customs.

Marine Births, Deaths and Marriages, Victoria 1853-1920 This resource contains an index to and images of records of births, deaths and marriages on board international and coastal ships bound for Victoria between 1853 and 1920.

The Daintree rainforest is a national park in Far North Queensland, Australia, 1,757 km (1,092 mi) northwest of Brisbane and 100 km (62 mi) northwest of Cairns. It was founded in 1981 and is part of the Wet Tropics of Queensland

The Daintree rainforest is a national park in Far North Queensland, Australia, 1,757 km (1,092 mi) northwest of Brisbane and 100 km (62 mi) northwest of Cairns. It was founded in 1981 and is part of the Wet Tropics of Queensland. In 1988 it became a World Heritage Site. The park consists of two sections, with a settled agricultural area between them which includes the towns of Mossman and Daintree Village.

Start studying Marine Parks & Sanctuaries (Victoria). Victorian National Park Association (VNPA) Seafood Industry Australia (SIV) Victorian Recreational Fishers (VRFish). Interaction- Victorian National Park Association (VNPA). Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. Conserves Victoria's unique marine and coastal biodiversity. Interaction- Seafood Industry Australia (SIV). Uses the environment as a resource for economic growth. Interaction- Victorian Recreational Fishers (VRFish). Recreation- fishes in the environment for enjoyment. Position on the issue- VNPA.

Kakadu National Park, one of the first sites in Oceania to be inscribed as a World Heritage Site. Australia's National and Marine Parks: Queensland. South Yarra, Victoria: Macmillan Education Australia. A World Heritage Site is a location that is listed by UNESCO as having outstanding cultural or natural value to the common heritage of humanity. The World Heritage Committee has designated 37 World Heritage Sites in Oceania Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens. p. 13. ISBN 978-0-7329-9053-4.

Wilsons Promontory National Park – Victoria. It’s called a Marine Park but the Great Barrier Reef is one of Australia’s natural icons and World Heritage listed so I’m adding it to my list of must visit parks

Wilsons Promontory National Park – Victoria. Victorians have kept Wilsons Prom, or The Prom a secret for too long. We were blown away by this park and can’t believe it’s not promoted more in other Australian states. It’s called a Marine Park but the Great Barrier Reef is one of Australia’s natural icons and World Heritage listed so I’m adding it to my list of must visit parks. Stretching 2,300 km long with over 900 islands we finally got to tick the Reef off our Australia bucket list this year.

Victoria is the smallest mainland state in Australia. As of 2008 it contained 2,850 separate protected areas with a total land area of 39,273 km2 (15,163 sq mi) (1. 6% of the state's area). Of these, 45 were national parks, totalling 28,023 km2 (10,820 sq mi) (1. 2% of the state's area). The parks are managed by Parks Victoria, a state government agency. There are also many smaller state areas which are subject to commercial activity such as logging.

Point Addis Road, Anglesea, Victoria 3228, Australia. Point Addis is part of a system of thirteen Marine National Parks and eleven marine Sanctuaries here in Victoria each a veritable underwater wonderland with its own individual claim to fame. For example here at 'The Point' lies the Ingoldsby Reef, resting place of the baroque ship "Inverlochy" that meet her end on a stormy night in 1902.