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Content description VCGGK112

Geography / Levels 7 and 8 / Geographical Knowledge / Place and liveability
Content description
Influence of accessibility to services and facilities; and environmental quality, on the liveability of places
  1. comparing accessibility to and availability of a range of services and facilities between different types of settlements (urban, rural and remote) in Australia and other countries. For example, shops, access to clean water, sanitation, education and health services
  2. examining the role transport plays in people’s ability to access services and participate in activities in the local area
  3. explaining the importance of water quality to the liveability of places
  4. investigating the concept of environmental quality and surveying the environmental quality of their local area and its effect on liveability
  5. exploring the geomorphology of the land and how this affects the liveability of a place
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