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Mark Smith

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A new role on the lower north shore of #sydney  
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Jon O'Hare

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Come to Australia.
See the koalas.
While you still can...
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Mary MV

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Ver mis circulos de google+!!!!! PLease....ohh sorry...
Please, look at my google+!!!! I have polls, and things of Australia.
I LOVE AUSTRALIAAA, althouht I am of Spain...my english it's no so good, but.....:3 I hope you understand it!!! :3 ^_^ <3
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+Mary MV​ thanks. Kind of you. 
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Peter Weeks

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Food? Scenes? Travel?
 
A friend's cafe in Devonport, Tasmania
Cafe XOXO. 
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Aussie Campervans

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Mary Duke

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Did you doubt the sincerity of "that video" ? 😄
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That was a bit strange?!?!?!?!?!??!
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Lyn Lindfield

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Sydney, Australia - What are the op 5 things tourists do and locals avoid? http://www.thetravellinglindfields.com/2016/04/sydney-australia-top-5-things-tourists.html 
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I Love Australia

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Sydney, capital of New South Wales and one of Australia's largest cities, is best known for its harbourfront Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Massive Darling Harbour and Circular Quay are hubs of waterside life, with the towering, arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Gardens nearby. Sydney Tower’s 268m glass viewing platform, the Skywalk, offers 360-degree views of the city, harbour and suburbs.

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Where lovers sydney
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Jon O'Hare

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I found this very educational post on Australianisms and thought it may be very helpful for those non-Australians who visit this group looking for information about Australia to help them understand our country, people and customs.
"My dad just gave me a Golden Gaytime I've never been happier."
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Mary Duke

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Australia Great
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Scotty the three-legged working dog refuses to retire from family's SA farm
Scotty has all the qualities farmers value in a sheep dog: loyal, hard-working and steady around stock — remarkably steady in fact, given he only has three legs.
Scotty has all the qualities farmers value in a sheep dog: loyal, hard-working and steady around stock — remarkably steady given he only has three legs.
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I'm also against retirement,I'll work till I die.
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Simon Green

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Need to speak with a local for a minute to help with an observation! :o) Any helpers?
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lol yes I did! thank you for answering! hope you enjoy Crete, I was there years back.. going to Rhodes in a few weeks myself which is nearby (relatively speaking) .. :o)
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Mary Duke

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So true.
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Canada 20° is a nice day 
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Aussie Campervans

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6 Spellbinding Things To Do In Australia In Autumn

As far as #Australia is concerned, #Autumn is believed to be one of the best seasons to explore the country and its remarkable diversity. If you are visiting Australia during Autumn season which starts from March and goes up to May, you will always find a number of interesting activities to do here.  For more http://bit.ly/1SMQQ2P
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+Aussie Campervans
But.....what do you mean of enjoying my holidays??? I mean, in Spain we are in spring
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Aussie Campervans

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7 Unusual Australian Destinations to Visit With Your #Campervan - http://bit.ly/1pAiGGY
To fire up your sense of wanderlust then, here are 7 different places in Australia I recommend to visit with a campervan.
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Australia Great
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Australia's New Five Dollar Note
The new fivers are here and have already created quite a reaction on Twitter.  It features the Prickly Moses Wattle (which some have said look like caterpillars), and an Eastern Spinebill, and an older looking Queen.   It will also include a tactile feature for the visually impaired. 

Our Aussie five dollar note has had a few nicknames over the years, the galah, Fiver, Sky Diver (rhyming slang), Pink Lady, Prawn, Piglet and Rasher (of bacon).  Will the new note spur the creation of a new term for the fiver?  What about the "Wattle", the "Caterpillar", or perhaps the "Spiny"?

What do you think?  
THE Reserve Bank has unveiled the design of Australia’s new $5 banknote, and the reaction has been mixed.
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Looks horrible !!
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Ron Mader

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This week's #AussieWord is shocker:

Something dreadfully bad. Commonly used in sport for a bad game. Had a shocker last Saturday. Known in rhyming slang as a Barry Crocker (from the name of the Australian popular entertainer).

www.macquariedictionary.com.au/resources/view/word/of/the/week/
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Lyn Lindfield

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Exploring Sydney Harbour by water: Captain Cook Cruises Hop On Hop Off Ferry.  #sydney #aust bit.ly/1PsdDxK pic.twitter.com/Su2sD83WJH 
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