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Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park (Blacktown): UPDATED 2021 All You Need to Know Before You Go (with PHOTOS)
Book your tickets online for Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park, Blacktown: See 2,555 reviews, articles, and 3,384 photos of Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park, ranked No.2 on Tripadvisor among 19 attractions in Blacktown.
Australian Geographic on Instagram: “This portrait of a dingo (Canis dingo) on Fraser Island, Queensland, was captured by Adrian Bullock @adrianbullockphotography. Dingoes…”
2,627 Likes, 42 Comments - Australian Geographic (@australiangeographic) on Instagram: “This portrait of a dingo (Canis dingo) on Fraser Island, Queensland, was captured by Adrian…”
A Dingo Ate My Sleeping Bag!
When 13-year-old Rebecca Robinson was woken up in the middle of the night earlier this week, she felt something wasn't quite right. There was movement, like she was being dragged, even though she wasn't moving. When she looked she saw a dingo chewing and pulling on her sleeping bag. When she screamed the animal ran off.
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Steve Parish is an award-winning Australian photographer whose photos are the basis of high-quality calendars, stationery, postcards and greeting cards, Australiana Picture Books and much more.
A Dingo’s View of City Life
Adapted from a Merigal magazine article from 1980 Like many of my kind I was born a Dingo, brought to the city for many reasons some for zoos, sometimes just to make a quick buck, and many other reasons which we won’t go into. My boss got me when I was six months old and I was told I had to forget my wayward past and learn obedience and discipline to receive the 'order of freedom' from the Government. So my first real test was four weeks holiday in a place called Gladstone, some 940 miles…