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Cafe's 'un-Australian' charge slammed by angry customer

Cafe's 'un-Australian' charge slammed by angry customer


Alexandria: A cafe has come under fire for charging a customer an extra $6 to have sauce with his steak. Story: #Alexandria #7News

The $23.90 steak did not come with sauce and the customer had to pay $6 extra for either pepper, garlic, mushroom or gravy topping.

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Former SA police officer Hayley May Greenwood sentenced to 4yrs, 6mnths jail for drug trafficking. Non-parole period of 18 months @abcadelaide

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4 assistance dogs will graduate in #adelaide today. The MC for the event is Tim McCallum and his dog Casper. @DavidBevanSA @AssistanceDogs

Rogue bird + priceless Monet artworks in the @artgalleryofsa = major problem. 🐦🐦🐦

Drug driver Luke Stephen Falkiner sentenced to 3yrs 6months jail with a non parole period of 2yrs over head on crash at Roseworthy which seriously injured his 4yr old daughter & another driver @abcadelaide

Meet a barista who uses camel milk in a cappuccino. The appropriately named John Milky @DavidBevanSA #humpachino

This is what happens when putting greens are left unattended. Nature taking over at abandoned Belair golf course @ali__clarke @DavidBevanSA

Good morning #Adelaide.
A mild start to the day, it's currently just 12 on the way to a gorgeous 21 in the city today.

@rebsemma @abcadelaide Emma, lovely commentary at Adelaide's ANZAC Day March from yourself, Neil Cross, Spence Denny & the RSL's Bill Denny

The tiny town of Manna Hill usually has a population of six, but that changes on Anzac Day

As the march winds up, time for a catch up and cold drink for Adelaide’s veterans @abcadelaide

Service women march together for the first time at Adelaide’s Anzac Day March. Women now make up 16pc of the Australian Defence Force. @abcadelaide

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29 minutes ago

7 News Brisbane

Ford has been hit with a record $10 million fine for mishandling driver complaints over faulty transmissions. They have also been ordered to set up a compensation scheme.

Report on 7 News at 6pm.

#Cars #7News


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Can we fine the government for mishandling the country

Madison Pocock bloody fords

Easy solution buy a Holden or a Manual

Easy solution buy a manual less dramas then auto's ..

Kain Clarke didn’t this happen to your sister

Shannon Hahn that be right. But what about those who lost $$$ big time and got rid of the vehicle to not risk their lives!!

Karen Hughes does this help you & your lemon.

Jacob Bowden lolol ;)

Katie Hare kuan’s car???

Fiona Grebert is this one of the issues you had

Anna Tenuta. ??????

Kim Mulley

Michele Jan

Rose Worth

Scott Hamilton Sarah Laidlaw

Jay Stitt Bradley Rebbeck


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47 minutes ago

7 News Brisbane

Wildlife rescuers have saved rare twin joeys, after their dying mother was discovered on a property in Doreen, Melbourne.



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Sherree Calderon twinnies ❤️

Very lucky babies

Lisa Simpson Shayna Simpson aw

Jack Jones ❤️❤️

James Manthey returning the favour

Cody Cunningham 😍😍😍

Sonia Eaton

Zac Bennett😍😍

Craig Leathley

Shanay Jonker

2 hours ago

7 News Brisbane


Police are looking for the owner of war medals left behind after Anzac Day ceremonies.

QPS info: This morning, a member of the public attended the Roma Street Police Station to hand in war medals that appear to have been left behind after Anzac Day ceremonies. The medals were discovered in the Brisbane CBD close to the river along with a number of other items. Police would love to reunite the medals with their owner. Attempts to identify the owner have been exhausted. If you have any information, please contact Policelink on 131 444 or attend the Brisbane City Police Station at 46 Charlotte Street. Please quote QP1800758108 in relation to this item. Proof of ownership will be required. If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.



Police are looking for the owner of war medals left behind after Anzac Day ceremonies.

QPS info: This morning, a member of the public attended the Roma Street Police Station to hand in war medals that appear to have been left behind after Anzac Day ceremonies. The medals were discovered in the Brisbane CBD close to the river along with a number of other items. Police would love to reunite the medals with their owner. Attempts to identify the owner have been exhausted. If you have any information, please contact Policelink on 131 444 or attend the Brisbane City Police Station at 46 Charlotte Street. Please quote QP1800758108 in relation to this item. Proof of ownership will be required. If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.



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Look on the side of the medals there should be a number, then contact the RSL they should be able to track down the owner that way.

I saw a post about a woman lost some at Redland bay memorial she reported it to RSL Cleavland

A lady was looking yesterday for some lost medals, they may be the ones she lost yesterday there was a post on facey about it...

Most medals usually have regt number, rank and name engraved on the bottom of the actual medal, unless they are replicas...

Should have service number engraved around the outside of the medals if the are the originals

Someone on the Oxley community FB page was trying to find some lost medals.

Jon Cooper Valerie Cooper if u know anyone missing medals

Jim Poland share in buddies?

2 hours ago

7 News Brisbane

Workers at the Brisbane XXXX brewery have walked off the job again in a protest over job security.

Staff are planning to rally at a statue of rugby league great Wally Lewis before the Brisbane Broncos clash with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs next week.

"We are calling on all Queenslanders who care about XXXX, all Queenslanders who care about the Queensland spirit to be there."

Report on 7 News at 6pm.



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Oh well the company will close down the site and take it somewhere else I bet because they will not be held to ransom

Why on earth would XXXX close? My God, they are an icon! Such a popular beer! What the Frk else will our country lose?? This has got to be a joke, right?

Does anyone work anymore??? We were farmers and worked from dawn to dark...every day bar Sunday.

Feeling for these workers & there families, sadly seems so many big Aussie companies & business's are going under..the last few years.

3 hours ago

7 News Brisbane

7 News at 6pm: How a Melbourne man who was clinically dead for six minutes after a heart attack survived.

Not near the TV? Watch on the free 7plus app.



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Flu vaccine guide...? When to get it, how about NEVER! Don't need a guide for that safe and smart answer.

3 hours ago

7 News Brisbane

Budget backflip: Treasurer Scott Morrison delivers an address to the Australian Business Economists following a medicare levy budget backflip.

Report on 7 News at 6pm.

#Budget #7News


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we may not like this Government but heaven help us if Bill shorten ever gets to be pm

just cut all ministers salary by 10% can pay off everything

must be vote time! These grubs can't lie straight in bed!!!'s Labor not labour, that's what your mum went through when giving birth to you..

lol stop throwing the taxpayers money away to other countries and the imported country shoppers

NDIS being outsourced to Serco is a FAIL

Fishing for votes

Hey from the States!

Are you talking about a new budget? So last years done nothing? Who’s in charge of the budget now? Why discussing about labour when they are not in power, r are they?

You want to pay Vietnamese $130 to bring the unskilled here to work at abottriors?!

Do you pay tax on revenue or profit? Revenue is a problem if you spend more tax than profit.

Who ever is in power just needs to know how to benefit most to everyone. We just needs to know how to pay tax.

Keeping the job is hard, my employers thought I was not enjoying it.

If labour gets in next election, this talk is a waste of time?

Government needs a restructure.

Pay them more money and cut the perks

here we go looking for voters...get out creep!

Where are the jobs?

T a x Thievery and extortion

What’s on the menu?

U r a deadhead

Why is he still speaking

$130 million

Jean, oh, thanks.

Hire more Australians or keep the profits for themselves. Hmmm. Thinking thinking....

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10 hours ago

This may look like a postcard, but it's just your standard morning sight in Cape Hillsborough 🌅

Video: Matt Raimondo Studio in Visit Queensland, Australia


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Matt Raimondo Studio recently captured this gorgeous video of Cape Hillsborough's resident wallabies and kangaroos foraging on the sand at dawn, which is the best time of day to spot them. If you're looking to get up close to these iconic Australian animals, Cape Hillsborough in Visit Mackay, Queensland, Australia is a must-visit. It's the perfect place to capture a beautiful photo of the kangaroos and wallabies with a stunning sunrise backdrop. Photo: Matt Raimondo Studio

Meet the locals of Cape Hillsborough in the Visit Mackay, Queensland, Australia region of Visit Queensland, Australia. This gorgeous spot is just a 40-minute drive from Mackay. If you're planning a visit we'd recommend staying overnight at Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park. That way, you can roll out of bed and wander straight down to the beach to see the kangaroos and wallabies at sunrise. Photo: Matt Raimondo Studio

many years ago i was taking pics on my video recorder of the beautiful scenery at Cape Hillsborough, when slowly and quietly a few wallabies and kangaroos came towards me sat and watched me take pics. i started to speak to them. How are you, nice day lol so friendly. they were very interested in what i was doing. it was just a lovely moment i wont forget.

My favourite animal in the whole world 😍😍😍

Reminds me of the morning I wake up on Kangaroo Island. We slept outside. I saw 30 kangeroos or more with a beautiful sunrise. wow moment at cape hillsborough...

Been there last year stayed at the camp site went down every in morn to meet the kangaroos lovely place x

To much irresponsible people that wants to take selfie pictures with there smart phones instead of letting them safely and enjoy the moment. Than they are suprised that there getting bitten by these cute but still wild animals.

The city of Mackay and Eungella Rainforest nearby ( to see platypus) are worth a visit if you are going to Cape Hillsborough.

Haha yes and Australians don't appreciate these wonderful animals enough in my opinion ..they get pushed out to make room for urban sprawl .😔

More wildlife corridors where humans are taking over!! Yes we do ALL need to learn to live together and share! 🙂

*sigh*...we were there 2yrs ago! advised tae get on the beach by 6am, then the roos came and lounged about the caravan park next to the o the most wonderful days i've ever experienced! x

I love Cape Hillsborough.

Been there last year. Just to let you know how it really looks like.

Just looking at booking somewhere to stay around the Mackay (ish) area... I think we may have found the place <3

Kangaroos are softer fur than Koalas

Lyz Rd le fameux spot où l'on s'attendait à voir plein de kangourous :)

Stayed there , kangaroos everywhere

Gorgeous dawn , and so cute kangaroos !

They are true been there and loved it

Been there it was beautiful..

Marilyn Shorter I am getting extremely jealous....What an amazing place you have there.

I would sit with them and watch that lovely sunrise!!

So awesome!! My favorite is 🐨 koalas😍 cant wait!

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1 day ago

Lest We Forget. ...

Lest We Forget.


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Around Australia today, Anzac Day services are being held at dawn to remember all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in war and in service for their country. The spirit of Anzac and its qualities of courage, mateship, and sacrifice continue to live on and have become an important part of our national identity. Hundreds of services and marches are held around the country throughout the day today including the National Ceremony held at the Australian War Memorial in Visit Canberra. If you’re heading to Canberra sometime, allow a few hours to visit the Memorial; it’s open 364 days and entry is via gold coin donation.

Once when I was in OZ, I was talking to some other Americans about going to see Fort Scratchley and a guy said "Australia has an army?" Being an American veteran, I said "Please don't say that in public. Everywhere we've been, they were with us and I can't in good conscience protect you from the mess you will find yourself in." Thank you for your service around the world.

My Great Uncle. After surviving Gallipoli he died at Moquet Farm France 8th August 1916 aged 21. Lest We Forget.

Been there last year, beautiful place, just like we have here at Ypres Belgium, the Menin Gate.

We visited the Australian War Memorial in Dec 2016, it was very moving.

Visited this memorial a few days ago. Today is Anzac day, April 25.

At the going down of the sun, we will remember them. In memory of my grandfather Os Turnbull who fought at Gallipoli and in France. He came back with what is now known as PTSD - but sadly was never treated because nobody knew what to do........

Thank you Boys, we will notforget

Thinking of my Aussie friends as they commerate Anzac Day

Thank you to all the vets for your service and sacrifice, god bless!!

To our NZ neighbours and comrades across the ditch - Lest We Forget. 😓

In Memory of my Uncle Henry Anthony Jowett Flying Officer RAAF WW2 who died at the age of 27 The Uncle I never got to meet as he died so young. Lest we forget these brave soldiers who gave their lives for our peace

استرالیا همیشه احمق بوده و خواهد ماند. تاریخ انگلیس شوم، قتل و کشتار در سراسر جهان است. اشتباه که دوباره نه صد باره میخواهد تکرار کند. اینبار همرای من و دگر مهاجرین میکند.

One of my best memories of any trip I have taken is having the honor to attend a pre-dawn ceremony, then the Brisbane parade, of ANZAC Day 2016. I dearly want to return Down Under and experience it again some day.

We just came back from ANZAC dawn service in San Diego USS Midway. We go there every year since we've been living in CA. Beautify service and very moving. Lest We Forget

yes..early here..but ANZAC day in AU and NZ..we remember in the U.S...

When I was growing up in Brisbane in the 70s and 80s, I never saw or heard mention of poppies, but they are all over war memorials today. I know their origin from the battlefields of France, but when were they introduced into ANZAC celebrations?

Learned this poem 50 years ago as a schoolgirl in Perth. Powerful. Never forget.

I have so many relatives who served in the services both women and men. My grandfather at the Western Front, my dad over the skies of Europe. To them I thank you. To all those that continue to serve this country I thank you

We visited the one in Melbourne too ...very nice...loved the flame always lit...

Thank You All For Your Service, Rest In Peace !!!

From the botton of my heart I send condolences and many blessings to all . Rest in Peace.

ANZAC Day much meaning and importance for the two Antipodean countries. No greater sacrifice

We're all Australians now. . Australia takes her pen In hand, To write a line to you, To let you fellows understand, How proud we are of you. . From shearing shed and cattle run, From Broome to Hobson’s Bay, Each native-born Australian son, Stands straighter up today. . The man who used to ‘hump his drum’ on far-out Queensland runs, Is fighting side by side with some, Tasmanian farmer’s sons. . The fisher-boys dropped sail and oar to grimly stand the test, Along that storm-swept Turkish shore with miners from the West. . The old state jealousies of yore, Are dead as Pharaoh’s sow, We’re not State children any more, We’re all Australians now!. . Our six-starred flag that used to fly, Half-shyly to the breeze, Unknown where older nations ply, Their trade on foreign seas. . Flies out to meet the morning blue, With vict’ry at the prow, For that’s the flag the Sydney flew, The wide seas know it now!. . The mettle that a race can show, Is proved with shot and steel, And now we know what nations know, And feel what nations feel. . The honoured graves beneath the crest, Of Gaba Tepe hill, May hold our bravest and our best, But we have brave men still. . With all our petty quarrels done, Dissentions overthrown, We have, through what you boys have done, A history of our own. . Our old world diff’rences are dead, Like weeds beneath the plough, For English, Scot, and Irish-bred, They’re all Australians now!. . So now we’ll toast the Third Brigade, That led Australia’s van, For never shall their glory fade, In minds Australian. . Fight on, fight on, unflinchingly, Till right and justice reign. Fight on, fight on, till victory, Shall send you home again. . And with Australia’s flag shall fly, A spray of wattle bough, To symbolize our unity, We’re all Australians now. . A B (Banjo) Paterson.

Respect, Remembrance and thanks

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2 days ago

Cycle with care - crabs crossing! 🦀🦀🦀

Today, Google released Street View of Christmas Island Tourism which captures the annual migration of 60 million red crabs. See it here:

Photo: Faulkner Photography

Cycle with care - crabs crossing! 🦀🦀🦀

Today, Google released Street View of Christmas Island Tourism which captures the annual migration of 60 million red crabs. See it here:

Photo: Faulkner Photography


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Google recently took the Street View trekker to Christmas Island Tourism and joined the island’s red crabs as they marched in the millions from the forest to the sea for their annual migration. Starting today on Google Maps Street View and Google Earth, you can explore Christmas Island's unique wildlife, dazzling ocean vistas and lush rainforests, including the grand finale of the red crab migration—the spawning. The red crabs wait all year for this very moment—and the precise alignment of the rains, moon and tides—to release their eggs at the coastal waters. Photo: Google

Christmas Island Tourism's "nowhere else in the world" attraction is its annual red crab migration, in which 60 million red land crabs make their way from their burrows in the forests down to the coast to spawn at the beginning of the wet season, forming carpets of crabs miles long. It's a spectacle that Sir David Attenborough has described as one of the greatest natural wonders on earth. Migration time is usually in late October and November, but you will see thousands carpeting the landscape at any time of year, especially in the forests. Photo: Faulkner Photography

Ioana... bucket list item?

Good morning Australia! This image is called "Get stuck in traffic"! Amazing nature!

Love this! See pictures of it on the internet every year. Never get tired of it!

I have never seen so many crabs in the one place!

I watched this on my saved programs on Foxtel only last night, so interesting.

This could be the origin of the phrase “Holy Crab!!!”

Omg! How beautiful is your country ! If I ever have the time and money I am going to see this country !

Minjung Jo really want to see them

Saw this on a David Attenborough program, many years ago.

That's my kind of traffic jam ;)

Dawn Irl..this is a bit crabbie 😂😂😂😂

Joshua Denney - something for you to look forward to.

Used to live there for years in Government House. Dad was the Manager of the Island it is an amazing place to grow up.

My son visited Christmas Island when he was on Patrol Boats and said if you stood still long enough they would be all over you.

Butter, garlic, and a boiling pot of water. Game on!!

Neat. Had lil crabs coming from a lagoon to our outdoor tree home floor in a jungle at Costa Rica.The night was alive with jungle insect sounds and scruffling sounds of crabs moving about.

Soma Mazumder I know you might cringe... But add this also in our bucket list 😁

Amy and Geoff!! I'm going to have to be sedated the entire time when I visit. 😲😟😭😨😰😬😳🤠🙏💊

Nicole C Smith or run them all over accidentally because one was trying to get through the crack in the sliding door all night.

I think they're cool and all but that many of them all around me could make me strongly want to get away haha :P

With the right alarmist caption and a share into some environmentalist groups, we can incite a global warming panic (!)

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3 days ago

No need to ask Wayne how his Monday's going 😳

Photo: Mark Fitz Photography

No need to ask Wayne how his Mondays going 😳

Photo: Mark Fitz Photography


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We'd like to apologise for this shot. Wayne's not normally in such a bad mood - he's just not his usual happy self on Mondays, which is understandable! Thankfully, the other turtles that live on Visit Queensland, Australia's Great Barrier Reef Marine Park are very polite and love to swim with humans. We're really not sure why Wayne's got his knickers in such a knot (even on a Monday), as he lives in the beautiful clear waters surrounding Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort in the Southern Great Barrier Reef, which is basically paradise. Oh well, lucky tomorrow is a Tuesday! Photo: Mark Fitz Photography

Haha! Love it!!! My dream to see turtles and baby turtles. Save the turtle!!!

Wayne and I are *definitely* on the same page about Mondays! ;-)

Yes, even turtles 🐢🐢🐢 can get pi*sed off sometime. We should treat them with respect.😉😉😉

I'd Love to chill out with Wayne as soon as I get there! He seems like a cool dude🤘🏽

Vicki haha this is great, Monday's do suck!

Wayne Nicholls There’s a turtle with your name! Wonder if we can find him when we there! 🇦🇺😘

Belinda Webster Brittany Goodman his name is Wayne, I have actually found my spirit animal!!!!

Saw him in February this year

All the sass...

I love wayne!!

Meanwhile in Ningaloo...

I legit feel the same

Is Wayne flipping the bird? 🤣🤣

He's saying stop throwing rubbish into my ocean

It's almost as if wildlife knows they are gonna end up on FaceBook...

To all the plastic in the ocean 🌊!

what a remarkable photo! incredbly lucky to see this

Hahahaha..... so cute !!! I love him . 🐢 hes sayn respect my home and space .... 💚

Totally warranted #turtlesaysnotoplastic

Hey Jeremy no matter where you live Mondays just suck

Looks nice & relaxed.... with a hint of

Andy Moore Wayne looked pretty happy when we saw him cruising past in Redcliffe Qld Community last Monday!! 😂😂

About time this little gem started getting some heavy rotation! So good Mark Fitz Photography!

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4 days ago

Peek-a-boo 🙈

Photo: Perth Zoo in Western Australia

Peek-a-boo 🙈

Photo: Perth Zoo in Western Australia


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Repeat after us, aww! Everyone meet Suli the Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroo joey. He is the newest addition to Perth Zoo in Western Australia. Suli was born last October and has been growing and developing inside his mum's pouch. Now that he is 6 months old, he has just started popping his head out of the pouch to say hello. He will remain in the pouch for a little while longer before he starts testing his legs out and exploring. Photo: Alex Asbury

Perth Zoo is located five minutes from the Experience Perth CBD in Western Australia and is open every day of the year. If you want to visit Suli and her mum Kaluli at the Zoo, the female Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroos can be found opposite the cassowary exhibit. Photo: Alex Asbury

Suli the Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroo joey is a wonderful contribution to the global breeding program Perth Zoo participates in to save the species. The program has been very successful resulting in a number of joeys being born around the country and globally. Photo: Perth Zoo

Saw some of these beautiful creatures at a zoo on one of my visits to Australia a couple of years back, really excited to see them. 😘

Congratulations mum on that sweet precious Suli💕 So very cute peeking out of mums pouch Love their coloring❤️

Been to Perth Zoo was a fabulous experience can't wait to go back to see this wee chap

I love baby kangaroo and Perth. ..yes!!

Cute & cuteness so nice 👍 to have such beautiful divers fauna in Our Nation 🇦🇺💘😍

Love these photos of animals I have never seen! Would love yo visit your zoos!

Things that make you go awww...💕💕💕

They are beautiful. It's my dream to meet a tree kangaroo since the very day my primary school teacher embarrassed me in front of the whole class when I wrote an essay about Australia and declared there were tree kangaroos. She said I was wrong and my class mates laughed at me. That has stayed with me for 52 years!!!

Perth zoo is awesome................

Never realized there was a tree kangaroo. Cool.

Awwwwwwww. Dear little chappy. So cute! Thanks for sharing.

Awwww, such a gorgeous baby Tree Kangaroo joey.

Welcome to your new surrounding Suli you cutie!!!

Tree kangaroo, my favorite! So pretty.

Is a animal beautiful in the king animal

They are the cutest animals ever and such a lovely colour.

Gorgeous 💕

Very interesting. Australia needs to be kind to all species of kangaroos and stop killing them. Learn to live with them.

Australia should condemn Chinese Zoo Visitors for Killing a Kangaroo with Stones because it did not hop

Love the gorgeous tree kangaroos, their lovely colouring and sweet faces too, and that lovely little Joey popping out of Mums pouch to have a gander, priceless 🤗❤

Connie Thomson & Katelyn McNamee- this just popped up, weren't we just talking about how friggin' cute these guys are? And LOOK! A joey too!

Edi Singh another awesome addition 😍

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5 days ago

There's never a dull moment when road tripping through South Australia!

Photo: @frothography (via IG)

Theres never a dull moment when road tripping through South Australia! 

Photo: @frothography (via IG)


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This sensational sight is Lake MacDonnell in the Eyre Peninsula Australia's Seafood Frontier; you'll find it en route to renowned surfing spot Cactus Beach, which is home to one of the most powerful breaks in the Southern Ocean. The lake's striking pink and green colours are due to the high salt concentration as well as the micro-organisms that live in the water. If you're not self-driving, you can check out this incredible area with Xplore Eyre by Australian Wildlife Adventures or Nullarbor Traveller by Australian Wildlife Adventures. Photo: @@fogdot (via Instagram)

Would love to see this!

:-) I was a lucky one :-) right time, right place :-) but it looks much more stunning from above :-) :-) :-)

This is absolutely amazing!!!!!

That’s true! I’m in love with that place 😍❤️

I recognised this road immediately! I have driven along this road to Cactus Beach. I was dumstruck by it, and the white sand dunes you can see in the distance. One of the most memorable sights I saw in my 10 years living on the road in my camper. The most stunning and amazing beauty ❤

Beautiful State, and surprisingly quite large

I’m going to visit home soon!

what a gorgeous sight !

Amazing picture ..very very beautfil ..its So nice cuntry Australia.i like it too much

Faolin Gill I'm pretty sure my plane flew over this place when I went there. It's beautiful.

You have a beautiful country, I would like to live there

Done this and it was heaven Colum Kelly xxxx

Nice tripping on such beautiful lake

Thanks, wonderful photo 👍❤

王译墨 change my mind, let’s go

Love, love, love it!

Fantastic colour,s


Wow looking amazing

Not long now

so beautiful


Beautiful 💖

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