Aussie Persuasive Speech

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Although Victoria, also known to we Aussies as "Vic," is our nation's most densely populated state, it is the smallest in size by comparison. Vic's proximity and exposure to various marvels of geophysical splendor makes it a paradise for those who relish the great outdoors and this state's rich resources.

With the Bass Strait and Tasmania to the south, New South Wales to its north, the Tas Sea to the east and with South Australia to its west, Victoria extends to Aussies a wide range of natural attractions that make it second to none in Australia.

Let's begin with the Great Ocean Road. Blessed with being one of this world's most beautiful scenic drives, participants will discover a myriad of breathtaking blessings: spectacular walks, windswept
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Starting with the resort village of Apollo Bay in the east, you'll not come up short of shops, restaurants and cultural activities either. Don't miss this one!

As the official start of the Great Ocean Road, Torquay has long been known as an Aussie destination spot for long weekends or holidays. More recently, Torquay's fame as a surfing town mecca has helped propel its status to one with more international flair. If you're into surfing, then please check out this seashore town and while you're at it, visit the world's largest surfing and beach culture museum: the Australian National Surfing Museum.

Located on the south-western coast of Vic, the former port city of Warrnambool, meaning" land between two rivers," marks the end of the Great Ocean Road. Walking tours, diving and kayaking, all make for a delightful holiday treat in this beautiful, unique
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During winter, then the Alps are where you need to do your skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing. If you prefer the warmer months, you may find mountain bike trails, road cycling routes and horseback riding tours more to your liking.

In addition to the undisputed beauty of nature, you may find Victoria's other assets just as satisfying. Breweries, cheese factories, wineries and delicious regional eateries make your trip to Victoria well-worth the travel.

When you visit Phillip Island, you'll inadvertently be creating a lifetime of cherished family memories. Easily accessible from Melbourne via bus, car, ferry or even helicopter, you'll enjoy learning of its early history and the start of tourism. Don't forget to watch for a penguin parade and pet the friendly koalas at Maru where you can really get in touch with wildlife.

If you're into Australia's natural beauty reservoir, you'll find plenty to delight in with magnificent coastal drives, surfing opportunities and even whale-watching

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