'Which of these is more the icon?  Kookaburra or Hills Hoist clothesline' said previous pinner • hills rotary clothes hoist • an essential piece of Australian backyard material culture in an Australian back yard life! • under threat from the use of electric dryers and shrinking back yard size • Adelaide invention • Adelaide's icons • why we love Adelaide

'Which of these is more the icon? Kookaburra or Hills Hoist clothesline' said previous pinner • hills rotary clothes hoist • an essential piece of Australian backyard material culture in an Australian back yard life! • under threat from the use of electric dryers and shrinking back yard size • Adelaide invention • Adelaide's icons • why we love Adelaide

Э́двард (Нед) Ке́лли (англ. Edward "Ned" Kelly; 3 июня 1854 — 11 ноября 1880, Мельбурн) — австралийский бушрейнджер (разбойник), известный дерзкими ограблениями банков и убийствами полицейских. Казнён через повешение за многочисленные нарушения закона.

Э́двард (Нед) Ке́лли (англ. Edward "Ned" Kelly; 3 июня 1854 — 11 ноября 1880, Мельбурн) — австралийский бушрейнджер (разбойник), известный дерзкими ограблениями банков и убийствами полицейских. Казнён через повешение за многочисленные нарушения закона.

Haigh’s Chocolates • South Australian icon • Adelaide city • corner of Rundle Mall and King William Street • Adelaide's icons

Haigh’s Chocolates • South Australian icon • Adelaide city • corner of Rundle Mall and King William Street • Adelaide's icons

Windmills and water tanks. We had a water tank near the house. I have memories of the smell of mint and lots or green ivy around the tank. CC

Windmills and water tanks. We had a water tank near the house. I have memories of the smell of mint and lots or green ivy around the tank. CC

Australia Day Poem (apologies to Dorothea McKellar).

Australia Day Party

Outback outdoor toilet. Known as an 'outhouse' or 'dunny'. No flushing water in these, of course, just a hole in the ground with a crude wooden seat above. We had one when I was growing up in outback NSW.

Outback outdoor toilet. Known as an 'outhouse' or 'dunny'. No flushing water in these, of course, just a hole in the ground with a crude wooden seat above. We had one when I was growing up in outback NSW.

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