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Healesville sanctuary

The day after the zoo the first family I stayed with invited me out for the afternoon. We decided to head off to Healesville sanctuary which is part of Victoria zoos so I decided to upgrade my Melbourne zoo ticket to a full zoo member which means I can visit Melbourne at anytime as well as having access to Adelaide and Perth zoos which is great. 477 more words

Emus Run Amok In Texas Town (WNCX Morning Show)

The Emus are coming! Be afraid, be very afraid! Slats has more on the packs of giant birds trolling the streets of a Texas town after their great escape. 6 more words


Ben talks history: The Emu War of 1932

In 1932, many nations around the globe were attempting to battle the effects of the Great Depression. However, Australia had another pressing issue- emus. Emus are a flightless bird related to the ostrich and they are endemic to Australia. 525 more words


Book review: Emu


Emu by Claire Saxby, illustrated by Graham Byrne, Walker Books Australia, ISBN: 9781922179708

Antony read a copy of this book in his school library. 200 more words

Book Reviews


Here we are, parked in our very first RV camp, Flying Flags Resort in Solvang California. Looks a bit like a parking lot but the sites were not quite as close as it seems… 1,046 more words

Campground Review

Emos In The Outback

Let me begin with the clichéd line “I think I’ve found paradise”. Or rather, a stunningly idyllic yet blisteringly hot beach in North-Western Australia. Turquoise Bay is situated on the east side of the Exmouth peninsula, a forty-minute drive from the actual town of Exmouth (pronounced ExMOUTH rather than like Darmouth- very confusing for us English folk). 1,287 more words


The 33 Most Wonderfully Australian Things That Have Ever Happened

Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda. Wholl come a-waltzing Matilda with me? 1. This weekly shop.
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Via imgur.com 2. This May the 4th speed-check. 17 more words

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