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Canberra, Australian Capitol Territory, Australia
With its tasteful balance of green spaces and monumental style,
Canberra fully deserves its title as Australia’s ‘bush capital’.
Clockwise from left – Male Emu with chicks, Parliament House,
Northern Corroboree Fong, Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Gang-gang Cockatoo
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Koalas and Kangaroos
A young Koala hitches a ride with its mother through the branches of the eucalypts, searching for the tastiest leaves; and Eastern Grey Kanagaroo joey grazes on juicy grass from the comfort of its mother’s pouch.
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by Mandy Davis
This painting shows the country of the Emu that once thrived between the Wallamba and Wang Wauk Rivers. This area, know as Minibah, means “place of learning.”
Tobwabba Art tells the story of the Worimi people from the Great Lakes region of coastal New South Wales. It is a living portrayal of the rich and diverse culture of the Worimi popple that has been passed down through the generations.