Uluru is another name of Ayers Rock. It is located in the middle of Australia. It's nearly four kilometres long and 348 metres high. The rock is a sacred place to many of Australia's Aboriginal tribes. Uluru looks red at the sunshine. If you go to Australia, you should see it.
Australia has more beaches than any other country in the world. People can sail, swim and surf all year round, even in the winter. Nearly all Australians live within a few kilometres of the sea. There are also hundreds of tourists on the beach.
Australia is the only place in the world that has kangaroos and koalas. Another strange Australian animal is the duck-billed platypus. It's a mammal but it lays eggs, like a bird. There are also rainforests where you can find crocodiles.
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