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Remembrance Day 2017 - We're All Australian's Now / One Body Now

“WE’RE ALL AUSTRALIANS NOW” 

In 1915 Banjo Paterson wrote, as an open letter to the troops, a poem he titled “We’re All Australians Now”. In 54-55 A.D. 753 more words

Remembrance Day

The Man They Called The Banjo

Book a table! BYO Drinks and nibbles. Doors open 3pm. Show starts 4pm.

The Waltzing Matilda Musical –

The Man They Call The Banjo

Love. Politics. 238 more words

What's On...

2000 Travels June 6

TUESDAY 6 JUNE   WINTON TO CLONCURRY   380kms

It was cloudy again.

We left the caravan park about 9am – part of the usual morning exodus from Winton. 462 more words

2000 Travels

The Man From Snowy River (Miller, 1982)

Iconic images spring to mind at the mention of The Man From Snowy River (1982) – the other George Miller’s most lauded film: the two romantic leads on horseback locked in a first meaningful embrace as the scenic backdrop brings them into stark relief. 766 more words

Australian Cinema

Week 6 Blog- Creative

2/ CREATIVE Write a stanza of a poem in the style of Banjo Paterson.

‘He never drew a sober breath, he died without a will, 56 more words

The Quiet of the Bush

ENGL102 BLOG#5: Write a stanza of a poem in
the style of Banjo Paterson.

As I’ve shared in previous blog posts, I go into the Blue mountains quite often to get away from the city and experience the quiet beauty of nature. 131 more words

Australian Literature

Australian Colonialism Part 2: Republicanism, Feminism, Federation and beyond...

Today we looked at Ada Cambridge, Barbara Baynton, Dame Mary Gilmore, Henry Lawson, Banjo Paterson and on and on…. what an extraordinary cast of voices from this period that celebrated Australian independence from England both thematically and linguistically… the opening sentences of “The Drover’s Wife” show beautifully how Lawson has transitioned the language and themes from early colonialism to something more authentically “Strine”: 220 more words

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