Aboriginal Tourism

Aboriginal Tourism

Having long been passionate about sharingAboriginal culture with others Dale Tillbrook started Mallinup AboriginalGallery with a clear picture in her mind of the business she wanted to build Over ten years on the Indigenous owned and operatedbusiness based in the Swan Valley now offers unique experiences rangingfrom Aboriginal cultural talks, performances, through to bush tucker …

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SPEAKING AUSTRALIAN

SPEAKING AUSTRALIAN

So for the past five or even 10 years growing number of people who left their poorly paid jobs in Eastern Europe to work in a better place Part went to the west, part of the north. Part went. Eeem. far east. Honestly I do not think anyone did so. But there are people there …

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Australia Awards Scholarships Vox Pops: Why study in Australia?

Australia Awards Scholarships Vox Pops: Why study in Australia?

The best thing aboutthe Australian universities is that you havea blend of opportunities. Wonderful support, bothadministratively and academically. Studying here is very stimulating,engaging, innovative and enriching. You get to broadenyour own perspective by doing a lot of research. Back home, we just studywhat is prescribed in the textbook. It's the quality of research and teaching. …

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How to Cook Kangaroo & Maize Bush Style

How to Cook Kangaroo & Maize Bush Style

(birds calling in distance) – [Grayson] Cuttingup the onions, sweetie? Just one small onion, for the sauce. What else we got there? Carrot? – [Christina] Carrots. – [Grayson] One carrot? – [Christina] One carrots carrots. – [Grayson] So just cookingthe sauce in our small pot. – We should've brought garlic – [Grayson] 700 mil pot. …

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Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is Australia'sthird-largest island, after Tasmania and Melville Island. It lies in the state ofSouth Australia 112 km southwest of Adelaide. Its closest point to themainland is Snapper Point in Backstair Passage which is 13. 5 km from theFleurieu Peninsula. Once occupied by Australian Aborigines,the native population disappeared after the land became an island …

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ATH TV: Committee crosses the Tasman: NZ Parliamentarians visit Australia

ATH TV: Committee crosses the Tasman: NZ Parliamentarians visit Australia

Welcome to About the House. Australia and New Zealandshare a similar legal and parliamentaryhistory but, in practise, have very different systems. As part of an annual committeeexchange between the two parliaments, the New Zealandparliament Select Committee for Government Administrationrecently visited Canberra. Chairperson of the committee,the Honourable Ruth Dyson, MP, explained the roleof this committee and …

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