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‘Stand by your Mates, Stand by the Flag – Australian Boy.’ Lee Kernaghan 2013

Last week was Slim Dusty’s birthday. Now we can’t let that pass.
2013-06-02 09_29_02

LEE KERNAGHAN HASN’T FORGOTTEN SLIM EITHER.
GET BEHIND HIS NEW DOUBLE ALBUM CD AND DVD WHICH HELPS FINANCE THE NEW SLIM DUSTY CENTRE AT KEMPSEY NEAR HIS BIRTHPLACE AT NULLA NULLA CREEK.

http://www.slimdustycentre.com.au/default.htm

AND THIS ONE, MY CURRENT FAVOURITE SONG

https://shop.abc.net.au/products/beautiful-noise

Precious Water

Semester Two        Geography

Water – The Australian Curriculum

This Semester the focus of geography is the study of water, conservation and rehabilitation of resources that relate to it.

Send in some photographs of your experience with ‘precious water’.


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