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|OPERA HOUSE O CASA DE LA OPERA ES EL EDIFICIO MAS IMPORTANTE DE LA CIUDAD DE SYDNEY
web page opera house
The Sydney Opera House is the busiest performing arts centre in the world. Since its opening in 1973, it has brought countless hours of entertainment to millions of people and has continued to attract the best in world class talent year after year.
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|una de las bahias mas grandes y modernas vale la pena conocer
un paseo en uno de estos ferrys es emocionante
What is a koala?
The koala is a small bear-like, tree-dwelling, herbivorous marsupial which averages about 9kg (20lb) in weight. It's fur is thick and usually ash grey with a tinge of brown in places.
The koala gets it's name from an ancient Aboriginal word meaning "no drink" because it receives over 90% of it's hydration from the Eucalyptus leaves (also known as gum leaves) it eats, and only drinks when ill or times when there is not enough moisture in the leaves. ie during droughts etc.
The koala is the only mammal, other than the Greater Glider and Ringtail Possum, which can survive on a diet of eucalytus leaves.
todo sobre koalas
web of the city
web of zoo visitalo esta de aquellas
como a tres horas de sydney reinforest...nada mas que bosques...
As the sun sets, bird calls float up the sheer wall of rock. A blue haze hangs over unbroken miles of eucalypt forest. On the valley floor, the cool streams that you explored earlier today trickle through rainforest groves. Lie back in the spa and raise your glass in a toast to Australia’s most accessible wilderness experience.
In the year 2000 over one million hectares of land was listed as the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. It has been described as a “living laboratory” - a place to study the extraordinary evolutionary processes at work all around us. This unique eco-system has been shaped by tens of millions of years of erosion by fire, water and wildlife - the local lyrebirds each move 63 tonnes of soil every year!