Close encounters with the Eungella Platypus - Travel Photography
The Eungella Platypus would have to be one of the most ‘used to people’ Platypus in Australia, and Eungella one of the best places to see them in the wild.
40 Complex Yet Beautiful Aboriginal Art Examples
Complex Yet Beautiful Aboriginal Art Examples: Art is not something that happened in one era and that too when human beings were in a position where their
4 Day Uluru to Uluru Tour - Wayoutback
Enjoy an iconic Australia outback experience on this 4-day tour. Visit the spectacular Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Camp under the stars and be mesmerized by a magnificent sunrise over Uluru.
Portrait of old Aborigine man and child Solid-Faced Canvas Print
Portrait of old Aborigine man and child Wall Art, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Wall Peels
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16 Powerful Photos Of The Oldest Living Culture On Earth
Instant Garma. The annual festival in Arnhem Land, northern Australia, celebrates a culture that goes back at least 50,000 years.
British Royalty to meet Aboriginal Royalty in Uluru
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew into Uluru - also known as Ayers Rock - where they were met by Daisy Walkabout, who greeted William's parents, Prince Charles and Diana, 31 years ago.
Oprah Winfrey Photos Photos: Oprah Winfrey Visits Australia - Day 2
Oprah Winfrey Photos - In this handout image provided by SDPmedia.com.au,TV personality Oprah Winfrey (C) poses with local Aboriginal children at Uluru on December 9, 2010 in Uluru, Australia. Oprah Winfrey is in Australia with 302 audience members from the US, Canada and Jamaica for the "Ultimate Australian Adventure" and will tape episodes of the 25th and final season of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' from the Sydney Opera house next week. The shows will air in the US and Australia in January…
Aboriginal architecture as you've never seen it before
Read Gunyah, Goondie + Wurley, the first book to detail Australian Aboriginal architecture, and you’re bound to learn a thing or two.
Australia Sorry for 'Mistreatment' of Aborigines
Australia's new Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, is apologizing to the nation's indigenous people for decades of mistreatment. Patti O'Brien, a professor at Georgetown University, discusses the apology and why some Aborigines feel the act deserves reparations.