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Lidy and Paula look down the Yarra from Prince's Bridge

Lidy shows Paula Melbourne's river, the Yarra, often described as “the only river that flows upside down”. In recent years efforts have been made to alter this. Boat crews no longer see the river as a handy rubbish dump and there’s proper monitoring of everything flowing into it.

part of Melbourne, with Melbourne Cricket Ground centred in the background

The bridge seen here is the one in the previous picture, but we're looking in the other direction. At centre back is the holy of holies—the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Cricket is played there, but it’s for football that it’s cherished and renowned.

Melbourne can look brighter than this. Both of these pictures were taken during the bushfire season, when a pall of smoke hung over the city for weeks.


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-Fighting bushfires in Tasmania- -What sort of a keyboard is this? Or is it just a music book?- -Sea gull, shore gull.- -This is Charlie Brown patrolling the boundaries.- -Why is this foot pointing so carefully?- -Meet the platypus.- -A guesthouse in Tasmania.- -Memorial for our dog, Ebony.- -Who is Alex smiling at?- -Jen looks a bit worried. What can she see?- -A wonderland of caves.- -Frits is standing at an entrance--but to what?- -Whose hand, and what's it doing?- -This young parrot has found an unusual place to perch.- -What's this little fluff-ball that Yvonne is holding so carefully?- -Buildings by the Yarra, Melbourne.- -Tasmanian countryside.- -What is it, whose is it, and who's near it?- -A bird's eye view.- -A garden path.- -A bush road east of Melbourne- -What sort of tree is this?-



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