Australia / Oceania

Dolphin Pool

Take your pick from either a pool of dolphins or a dolphin-shaped pool. The image of dolphins in a pool was captured from Google Earth, where you can also clearly make out a crowd gathered round a dolphin at the…

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Thursday, 9th November 2006

Custard Lake

The world famous Custard Lake in Australia supplies the entire state of South Australia with 90% of its annual custard requirements. Um, maybe. Mmmm, custard . . . My guess is that this is probably the bottom of a dry…

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Wednesday, 11th October 2006

Ribcage and Cheesestick

As visitors to Melbourne travel along the city’s new CityLink motorway, they’re confronted by 39 giant red poles lining the road, and an enormous yellow pillar tilted precariously over the traffic below. Officially named the ‘Melbourne International Gateway’, the locals…

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Monday, 2nd October 2006

Low Isles (Island Week)

Island Week is technically over, but we had to squeeze one more post in after loyal reader woowoowoo alerted us to Low Isles, off Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia. The Low Isles comprise of Low Island to the West and Woody…

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Monday, 4th September 2006

Republic of the Marshall Islands (Island Week)

Consisting of 29 atolls and 5 separate islands, the Republic of the Marshall Islands could have been Island Week all on its own. It probably could have been island month – all but 9 of the atolls are inhabited, and…

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Saturday, 2nd September 2006

Gagudju Crocodile

The unique Gagudju Crocodile Hotel is located in the world heritage listed KAKADU National Park. It’s probably called the Crocodile Hotel as it’s shaped like a 250m long Crocodile, with its jaws as the entrance and guest rooms in the…

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Friday, 4th August 2006
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Newtown is an inner suburb of Sydney, New South Wales and is one of that city’s major cultural and artistic centres. The suburb is renowned for its graffiti and street art, and since the 1980s all sorts of murals, drawings and paintings, both legal and illegal, have been popping up all over the neighbourhood.

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