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Un escape game sur l'Australie.

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AUSTRALIAN ADVENTURE

MISSION

INTRODUCTION

CHARACTERS

ESCAPE GAME

S. Audibert (Ac. Nice)

AUSTRALIAN ADVENTURE

MISSION

INTRODUCTION

CHARACTERS

"Australia is the smallest continent of the world which is surrounded by the Indian and the Pacific oceans. Australia as a country, is the 6th largest country in the world with some unique and interesting facts.


In this escape game you will be given a brief overview about Australia as a continent and and as a country."

ESCAPE GAME

AUSTRALIAN AdVENTURE

MISSION

INTRODUCTION

CHARACTERS

Place on the map, watch the videos, read the texts, look at the pictures and gather all the information you can about Australia.


For each mission you will be given numbers, write them down.
Keep them in a safe place.

Your Prize ?
A wonderful adventure and a homework free pass...

ESCAPE GAME

Australian adventure

MISSION

INTRODUCTION

CHARACTERS

Character 04

Character 03

Character 02

Character 01

ESCAPE GAME

My name is Miranda May Kerr and I'm an Australian model.

I belong to the animal family Macropodilae, which literally means "big foot". I'm a kangaroo and live in Australia.

My name is Amethyst Amelia Kelly, better known by my stage name Iggy Azalea. I'm an Australian rapper, singer, songwriter, model and music video director.

My name is Hugh Michael Jackman and I'm an Australian-British actor, singer, and producer.

Destination 01

CHOOSE YOUR DESTINATION

Destination 02

Destination 04

Destination 05

Destination 03

Read carefully the Australia

ID Card !

Memorize the information and

get ready to start the adventure !

  • Capital City: Canberra
  • Largest city: Sydney
  • Size: 692,000 km2
  • Population: 23,016,000 inhabitants
  • Currency: Australian Dollar
  • Famous people from Australia: Iggy Azalea, Hugh Jackman, Miranda Kerr.

AUSTRALIA

ID CARD

Look at the ID card carefully. You may be able to play the Millionaire game before accepting your first mission.

Read carefully the Australia

ID Card !

Memorize the information and

get ready to start the adventure !

  • Capital City: Canberra
  • Largest city: Sydney
  • Size: 692,000 km2
  • Population: 23,016,000 inhabitants
  • Currency: Australian Dollar
  • Famous people from Australia: Iggy Azalea, Hugh Jackman, Miranda Kerr.

AUSTRALIA

ID CARD

Look at the ID card carefully. You may be able to play the Millionaire game before accepting your first mission.

Before accepting your first mission, make sure you are ready ! Play the Millionaire game to find out !


QUESTION 01

What is the captial of Australia?

Canberra

Perth

Sydney

TRY AGAIN?

QUESTION 02

What is the largest city of Australia?

Sydney

Canberra

Perth

TRY AGAIN?

QUESTION 03

How big is Australia?

892,000 km2

592,000 km2

692,000 km2

TRY AGAIN?

33,016,000

inhabitants

23,016,000

inhabitants

43,016,000

inhabitants

QUESTION 04

How many inhabitants are there in Australia?

TRY AGAIN?

The Canadian Dollar

The American Dollar

The Australian Dollar

QUESTION 05

What is the currency in Australia?

TRY AGAIN?

7

The first number is:

Congratulations!

HISTORY

You can choose between watching a video about the history of Australia or doing the activity, or you can do both. It's up to you !

Get ready for your second mission.

Aboriginal people arrived in Australia about 68,000 years ago.

Dutch explorers first landed in Australia in 1606.

In 1788, the British began to settle in Australia. Many settlers were criminals sent to live in Australia as punishment.

In 1851, gold was discovered in Australia. A rush to find riches brought thousands of new immigrants.

In 1901, six separate colonies joined to form a British commonwealth.

Sydney Harbor Bridge was opened in 1932.

In 1966, the Australian dollar was introduced replacing the Australian pound.

The Sydney Opera House was opened in 1973.

The Sydney Olympic Games were held in 2000.

GEOGRAPHY

Watch a video and get ready for your third mission !

http://www.sydney-australia.biz/maps/australia/australia-states-map.php

Video script (below the video) : Australia / Destination World - Youtube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=f0PvMmTAUAQ&feature=emb_logo


This is Earth. Maybe you’ve heard of it. I sure hope so because you live on one of its seven continents. This one is most known for its desert landscapes and unique animals: AUSTRALIA

Australia is the smallest of the seven continents, and it’s entirely surrounded by water. It’s also the only country in the world that covers an entire continent.

At almost 3 million square miles, Australia is located below Asia in the Southern Hemisphere.

That’s how it got its nickname, the “land down under”. Life down under is very unusual. It can go from scorching dry temperatures to very subtropical.

In the Southern hemisphere, stars and constellations appear upside down and reversed compared to the Northern Hemisphere. This is because the Earth turns on its axis from the North to the South Pole.

Even the seasons are in reverse. So get out your winter parkas in the summer and surfboards during the holidays. And you’ll definitely need sunscreen if you visit one of Australia’s many deserts. More than 33% of Australia is desert, like the Great Victoria Desert, the largest desert in the continent.

Australia’s warm sunny climate and giant open spaces make for great outdoor adventures.

Ready to camp out underneath the stars in the Australian Outback? On clear nights, you can see almost 3,000 stars.

Wanna take a dip in the ocean?

The Great Barrier Reef

There are over 1,500 species of fish that live in the Great Barrier Rief located in the Pacific Ocean, the largest coral reef in the world.

Another natural wonder in the heart of the continent Uluru, a sacred rock formation that stands 1,100 feet tall.

And of course, there are some incredible animals in Australia, like kangaroos and emus that live on the coast, and the cute marsupials like koalas and wombats. And unique animals like the platypus and camels.

Australia has almost 1,000 different reptile species, including some of the most dangerous snakes.

Australia is home to 21 of the 25 most venomous snakes in the world. Even though many of the world’s deadliest species live here, Australia is home to over 24 million people. The continent’s first people, the Aborigines, arrived in Australia about 50,000 years ago. Australia is one of the most ethnically and geographically diverse nations in the world. What an incredible place.

A beautiful island. I mean country. Wait. Continent.

Well, you know what I mean. All of the above. Australia.

Watch carefully this video for about 3 minutes... then get ready for your fourth mission !

QUESTION 01

Are koalas marsupials?

Yes

No

QUESTION 01

Are koalas marsupials?

The answer is "Yes", you're right !

Marsupials are a kind of mammal that are not fully developped when they are born.

TRY AGAIN?

QUESTION 02

Are Baby koalas called "joy"?

Yes

No

QUESTION 02

Baby koalas are called "joy"?

The answer is "No", you're right!

When baby koalas, also known as "joeys", are born, they are not ready to live on their own. So they live in their mother's pouch for about 7 months.

TRY AGAIN?

QUESTION 03

Are Dingoes known as "Australia's

Wild Dogs"?

Yes

No

QUESTION 03

Are Dingoes known as "Australia's

Wild Dogs"?

The answer is "Yes", you're right!

Dingoes are usually reddish or golden in colour and reach 15 kilos on average. You can recognize a dingo by its large head with pointy ears, narrow chest and shoulders and its big bushy tail that helps it stay balanced.

TRY AGAIN?

QUESTION 04

Do Dingoes typically live on their own?

Yes

No

QUESTION 04

Do Dingoes typically live on their own?

The answer is "no", you're right!

They typically live in family packs. Dingoes are hunters and mainly eat small animals like rabbits, rodents and lizards.

TRY AGAIN?

QUESTION 05

Are kangaroos marsupials like the koalas?

Yes

No

QUESTION 05

Are kangaroos marsupials like the koalas?

The answer is "yes", you're right!

When the baby kangaroo is large enough, it can leave the pouch and join the other members of the family in eating grasses. The kangaroo is the tallest marsupial standing over 2 meters tall.

TRY AGAIN?

QUESTION 06

Do the kangaroos use their powerful tail

to jump?

Yes

No

QUESTION 06

Do the kangaroos use their powerful tail

to jump?

The answer is "No", you're right!

They use their powerful back legs to jump - about 9 meters in one leap. In this way, they can travel around 50 km per hour. It helps that they have such long strong tails that keep them balanced while jumping.

TRY AGAIN?

CONGRATULATIONS

The fourth number is:

7

Last mission !!!

Let's recap and play...

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CONGRATULATIONS!

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