Cairns and Sydney are located in Australia, which was discovered by the English in 1770. Australia has an abundance of natural resources and they used it to rapidly produce agricultural and manufacturing industries. Australia is also one of the fastest growing regions of the world economically. It has an economic growth of more than 3% each year. The service sector accounts for 70% of their economy. They export and import about 250 billion dollars each year.

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Cairns is a tropical city located in northern Australia and is one of the most popular destinations for tourists. Tourists love this area because it is home to the Great Barrier Reef. Our contestants will go to Cairns to scuba dive this world famous reef, which has lots of biodiversity. Not only will they participate in this breath taking adventure, but our contestants will also explore the Daintree rainforest on a zip-line. The Daintree rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in Australia and it is the oldest continuously surviving rain forest in the world.

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Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and the most populated city in Australia. The largest attraction in Sydney is the Opera house. This iconic building is known for its structure that cost 102 million dollars to build. Today world famous Opera singers preform for an audiences up 5,738 people in the opera house. Next our contestants have the opportunity to surf the coats of Bondi Beach. The beach offers many shades of blue waters and golden sand, and is walked upon by thousands every day. This beach also offers an amazing coastal walk along the cliffs surrounding the waters.

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