Sydney Opera House Guided Walking Tour – Australia

Sydney Opera House Guided Walking Tour – Australia

(fun instrumental music) – Today I'm checking outthe most recognizable sails in the world. I'm going behind the scenesof the Sydney Opera House. Wow, look at that. Before we head into the opera house, I'm gonna try a tasting plate, which gives you all sorts of things from the opera kitchen, mmm. As much as …

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12 Most Popular Marsupial Animals in Australia

12 Most Popular Marsupial Animals in Australia

Bandicoot Bandicoots are small to medium sized nocturnal omnivorous marsupial mammals with pointy snouts and large hind feet. That is to say that they are active during the night, eat plants and animals, raise their young in a pouch and feeds their babies milk. There are about 20 species of bandicoots in Australia. Bilby Bilbies, …

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Australia at Berlinale 2017

Australia at Berlinale 2017

I am at the Berlin Film Festival. My film is screening as part of the Panorama program and I'm really excited to be here. It's great. I want a European audience to see it, so that's exciting. We've got producers, we've got distributors, we've got sales agents. We've got people who work in front of …

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Beach Adventures In Newcastle – Australia Vlog #3

Beach Adventures In Newcastle – Australia Vlog #3

So it's my first day in Newcastle Kind of just want to mention, that cockroaches aren't really a thing in Canada they're not something that you have to worry about. I've seen way too many cockroaches on this trip, that I can count. They're absolutely freakin' disgusting. I thought I was afraid of spiders until …

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Mẹ Con Nhà Kangaroo Siêu Dễ Thương

Mẹ Con Nhà Kangaroo Siêu Dễ Thương

Kangaroo, also Vietnam into Kang or rat kangaroo pocket From kangaroo often used to describe the largest species in this family like Red Kangaroo, Kangaroo Grey Kangaroo and Antilopin Kangaroo has many smaller species. Kangaroo is a symbol of Australia. Kangaroo is mainly active at night. In the cooler months of the sky, we can …

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Disability Empowerment Skills Exchange

Disability Empowerment Skills Exchange

(upbeat music, talking and laughter) It all began when I went to the Pacific Disability Forum Regional Conference in 2015. And I was there just to observe and listen to a whole heap of speakers from disabled person's organisations across the Pacific. They all were saying there's a big gap in the development of the …

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A Tingle tree by TravelPod member crofter The tram by TravelPod member crofter Base of the 80 meter Gloucester Tree by TravelPod member crofter Wild wisteria, clematis and coral vine by TravelPod member crofter Dunsborough Beach by TravelPod member crofter Cape Naturaliste Point by TravelPod member crofter Tree-hugger by TravelPod member crofter More of the …

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