Thank you for the authentic pronunciations! The only two I was off on were Brisbane and Adelaide (Brisbane rhymed with 'pain', and Adelaide came out as 'ADEL-ade'). But you corrected me in time, and the presentation went well! I'd try and say something witty about "Down Under", but we in Argentina are even more so down under. Buenos Aires is at about the same latitude as Mel-ben, and our Tierra Del Fuego province almost extends to Antarctica. So from one side of the Southern Hemisphere to the next, muchas gracias!
In English, the Falkland Islands are pronounced "The Malvinas". Emphasis on the 'i'. But that was in an Argentine accent. Unfortunately, in a British accent they are "The Maaalvinas" ('Mal' rhymes with 'pal'). Admittedly, I would not be a good source for that since I've never called them "The Falklands". But if you really must know, they are "Falklands" with a short first 'a', somewhere between 'folk' and 'falk'. The 'a' in 'land' sounds like 'lund'. If you drag out the 'a' in 'falk', then you have the North American pronunciation.