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Stuart Town, Formerly Ironbark*

Stuart Town in central west NSW is one of many tiny villages that endured after the gold rush ended over a century ago. It is located between Orange and Wellington and has a population of about 400 people. 348 more words

Mountain Life

Australia’s Great Love Story

EventThe Man They Call The Banjo

 WhereKilsyth Memorial Hall, 514 Mount Dandenong Rd, Kilsyth

WhenSunday December 4th 2016  4.30pm  Doors open 4pm. 207 more words

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Allen and Simone / Wedding Photography / Expert Photography

Allen and Simone are like family to me.  I’m just so glad that they had chosen me to be part of their special day.  It was a simple event attended by their closest family members.   25 more words

Wedding

Literary and History Scholars

The magnificence and expertise:of our former History and Literary Scholars; cannot be underestimated. They engaged with their audience: authentically, emotionally, intelligently, comprehensively and grasped our thoughts and attention throughout the entirety of their manuscript. 216 more words

Banjo Patterson

Travel Theme - Poetry

I have the perfect images and the perfect poem fro this week’s Travel Theme post, after I just spent a weekend in the Victorian Alpine Ranges, this is Craig’s Hut from the movie based on the poem by Banjo Patterson, considered by many an Australian Classic of bush poetry. 1,087 more words

Photography

It was somewhere up the country, in a land of rock and scrub

The Geebung Polo Club is a classic “Aussie yarn” by Andrew Barton (A.B.) “Banjo” Patterson. Examples here are from the illustrated edition by wildlife carer and artist Ninon Phillips. 243 more words

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Cooryong - Jack Riley 'The Man from Snowy River' territory.

Driving out of the Snowy Region, you pass through Cooryong. This is the region where Banjo Patterson’s famous poem ‘The Man from Snowy River’ is written about. 266 more words

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