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Come visit all of us at our Kangaroo Sanctuary Start your adventure to Alice Springs today Feed and cuddle rescued joeys at this kangaroo sanctuary in the Northern Territory – Australia's Outback ♥ Book... Kangaroo Dundee – A Tour with Brolga + Joey Cuddling at The Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs A lovely article by Blue Eyed View. How Brolga became a Kangaroo Mum – Conversations ABC Radio It was a great pleasure to be on our favourite radio program ‘Conversations’ on ABC radio. Starstruck! A lovely blog by Robyn Hayes who visited on our guided sunset tour Starstruck! Three crazy camels and a wombat Check out this great little clip from Kangaroo Dundee series 3 of our crazy camels and wombat We have power! Exciting news! Tahnee Passmore, Author at The Kangaroo Sanctuary.
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Photo: Noble Numismatics It's a coin that brings new meaning to the phrase "less is more. " Featuring an aperture where its middle used to be, this "holey dollar" is expected to sell for $350,000 at auction later this month. Making its public auction debut, the 1813 coin once belonged to one of NSW's first governors, Lachlan Macquarie, and is valued so highly because of its fine condition, historical value and rarity.
Only 300 holey dollars exist worldwide, with half of those residing in public collections. "It's a coin we've been waiting to handle on the market for some time. He said the coin could attract a number of interested parties, given its value and significance. "It could be a museum, it could be a private collector. In 2012, a holey dollar sold for $410,000 at auction – and was later stolen from the State Library of NSW. Governor Macquarie gave this particular coin to an associate as a gift. Curator's notes Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002) on ASO. Rabbit-Proof Fence is more than a significant film in the history of Australian cinema; it’s a significant landmark in the ongoing process of reconciliation between black and white Australians.
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