Category: Australian Cultural Exports

Tszyu v Inoue confirmed for Qudos Bank Arena

New South Wales has taken the Tim Tszyu v Takeshi Inoue boxing event from Queensland after the State added

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Falls festival in Tasmania in doubt

Falls festival in Tasmania in doubt

Talks between organisers and the Tasmanian government are still undergoing, but with uncertainty around border closures and gathering limits,

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QLD in demand tourist spots

Queenslanders are looking likely to be spending their holidays in their own state this year, tourism operators are giving

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Tjapukai aboriginal cultural park reopens

Tjapukai aboriginal cultural park reopens

Tjapukai aboriginal cultural park will reopen with new owners as the Djabugay Aboriginal Corporation purchased the attraction following prolonged

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Country: An Indigenous prespective

Country: An Indigenous Prespective

Jamie Graham-Blair a larapuna man from Tasmania gives an indepth view as he discusses country and what it means

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Australian-Made’ Is Back In Fashion

Whether it's the Wuhan Effect, slowed international freight or good-old patriotism, Australian-made' is back in fashion. from the sydney morning

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Musicians relocate to WA’s bustling music scene

Western Australia is benefiting from the current lockdown situation in Sydney and Melbourne as closing venues and  gigs being

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Fyansford’s hidden dinning gem

Starting life as a paper making press now being used as a feature dinning room, Provenance wines 1870's bluestone

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Tourism sleeping giant to be awaken

With covid devasting the tourism industry over the last 2 years, there has been a call from a leading

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Great Kakadu walks open for now

Following the passing of senior Murrwan-Uringangk traditional owner Mr M. Na-Gangila Bangalang, kakadus ubirr walk has been reopend following

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