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Tall Poppy

Tall Poppy In 1931 J.T. Lang, Premier of New South Wales gave the term tall poppy to all those on government salaries above £10 per week (a princely sum in those days). Today the tall poppy is usually someone who … Read more

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Australian Events

Aussies love winners. If nothing else, it’s an excuse for another party. Australian Entertainment ARIA Awards The ARIA Awards honours and celebrates excellence in Australian music.  Includes all winners since it began in 1987 TV Week Logie Awards Logie Awards … Read more

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Voice Of Australians

Your opinions matter and can help start the ball rolling to make changes. Don’t just sit back and think I can’t make a difference. It’s happened in the past and it will today too if you speak up. Our website … Read more

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Australian Facts & Information

In this section you’ll find information about Australia we hope you’ll find interesting. For example, Great Britain has 3 times the population, yet Australia is over 30 times larger. To say we have lots of wide open spaces would be … Read more

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Voices from the Past

Australians have always been outspoken. Two famous Australians, Henry Lawson and Banjo Paterson, used their writings to reveal the problems in Australia and also its strength and courage. The Drover’s Wife is a must read if you want to know about … Read more

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Uniquely Australian

What makes Aussies unique? Is it what we eat and drink? Perhaps it’s our unique version of English that confuses many tourists. Australia is certainly like no other place in the world. We hope you enjoy learning about some of … Read more

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