National Geographic September 1963


Australia { The Settled East, the Barrier Reef, the Center}
Australia’s cosmopolitan Sydney, high- tech space industry, and the tourist hot spots such as the Great Barrier Reef attract sun seekers and invaluable foreign investment.
Australia { The West and the South}
Returning home to Australia for the first time in 40 years, the author finds the country with a continent to itself, encompassing southern sheep farms, a harsh, arid outback, and growing metropolitan areas.
Relics from the Rapids
Divers explore the watery highway of Canada’s voyageurs.
Strange Animals of Australia
Zoologists study a host of Australia’s unusual animals, including the gliding possum, wombat, platypus, and of course, the boxing kangaroo.
Disaster in Paradise { Bali’s Sacred Mountain Blows Its Top}
Two National Geographic reporters describe the eruption of Bali’s sacred Mount Agung and its tragic aftermath.
Disaster in Paradise { Devastated Land and Homeless People}
With Mount Agung’s volcanic ash still smoldering, Bali’s villagers begin to rebuild homes and attempt to restore nature’s balance through ancient Balinese- Hindu rites.

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