Kookaburra

kookaburra I thought a Kookaburra was a tree. The song goes; Kookaburra sits in the ole gum tree merry merry king of the bush is he laugh kookaburra laugh save some gum for me.

Galahs

The Galah (Rose breasted cockatoo) - Eolphus roseicapillus, one of the most abundant of the Australian parrots ~ photo by David Cook.

Lamingtons: "Likely named for a 19th-century governor of Queensland, the Lamington is now an Australian favorite. It's a cube of butter cake dipped in chocolate, then rolled in coconut flakes. Though some versions are filled with cream or jam, we purists believe the original is impossible to improve upon" —Fouad Kassab, author of thefoodblog.com.au

Lamingtons

Lamingtons: "Likely named for a governor of Queensland, the Lamington is now an Australian favorite. It's a cube of butter cake dipped in chocolate, then rolled in coconut flakes. Though some versions are filled with cream or jam.

The legandary colour change of Uluru during sunset.

The legendary colour change of Uluru during sunset, Northern Territory, Australia

Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) in Australia's Outback. Northern Territory

Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) - Northern Territory, Outback, Australia.

12 Apostles Australia Great Ocean Road

The Twelve Apostles The Great Ocean Road Victoria, Australia Arguably Australia's most beautiful drive, the sights along Victoria's seaside Gr. The Twelve Apostles

R. Godfrey Rivers- Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art

R Godfrey Rivers, England/Australia / Under the jacaranda 1903 / Oil on canvas / Purchased 1903 / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery

Ayers Rock (Uluru) Australia by Ron Sumners

Stock Photo: Uluru early in the morning as the sun turns it bright red. (XXlarge file - 11 x inches)

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