Emu Australia

18 Feb 19
Legally Blind Birding

Imagine a birding trip that would allow you to record at least one species from every taxonomic order – and that the trip included the least number of sites and required the least amount of time to complete. Clearly, certain countries will have to be in the itinerary (e.g., New Zealand, Madagascar) and the timing […]

18 Feb 19
Botanical Innovations

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17 Feb 19
Botanical Innovations

Australian Native Essential Oils, Oils, Extracts and Aromatic Waters. 40,000 Years of History from a place where time stands still and Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow are one. Australian Native Plant Products Eremophilla Mitchelli Buddha Wood Essential Oil Buddha Wood Leaf Stem Cell Extract Buddha Wood Oil Buddha Wood Aromatic Water Satalum Acuminatum Quandong Seed Oil […]

17 Feb 19
Cow Corner Rant

The cap is dyed in deep myrtle green and the national coat of arms is stamped at the centre. Along the folds of the cap are beads of sweat and drops of blood that define the journey from a backyard to a Baggy Green. As Australia prepares to take the field against England in the […]

17 Feb 19
Mel's Musings

Walked down to the Aurora hotel to meet the truck for our 3 day adventure trip to Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Long drive from Alice meant getting in some much needed sleep. Stopped a couple of times en route, first at the Erlandia Roadhouse and Emu farm (well why not?) which is located […]

17 Feb 19
Stacy & Phil's Excellent Adventure

We left Melbourne the morning of Friday, February 15, and made our way south and west to Adelaide. The featured image here is the view from our Airbnb in Adelaide . . . proof that we made it. Originally, our plan was to see as much as we could of Australia’s famed South Coast, driving […]

17 Feb 19
Mick and Liesel's Antics

It rained overnight, dusty rain, the wind had brought dust in from the desert. There was a slight orange haze in the distance, but it didn’t cause us any problems. L&J (Liesel and Jyoti) (I thought it was about time I used an abbreviation to avoid having to type both their names over and over, […]

17 Feb 19
Botanical Innovations

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16 Feb 19
Botanical Innovations

Australian Native Essential Oils, Oils, Extracts and Aromatic Waters. 40,000 Years of History from a place where time stands still and Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow are one. Australian Native Plant Products Eremophilla Mitchelli Buddha Wood Essential Oil Buddha Wood Leaf Stem Cell Extract Buddha Wood Oil Buddha Wood Aromatic Water Satalum Acuminatum Quandong Seed Oil […]

17 Feb 19
Nerdy Nomad

Going down unda, y’all? Suck up some knowledge from this post about fun things to do and helpful info regarding this extraordinary location!

16 Feb 19
My thoughts and stuff

This week, a friend was unwell. I thought I’d send a get well message. I started typing…”I heard you’re feeling a little crook, I hope you feel better soon.” I looked at what I wrote and thought, “Hmmm…in this day and age, I need to more clear with what I write in a text message.”

I mean someone not familiar with slang may have thought I had written that I had heard my friend was having a feel of a thief!

16 Feb 19
Pierre & Janet 2019 Trip

Wow. Brisbane is nice. It doesn’t have the charm, awe and flair of Sydney but it sure has a lot to offer. Shoreline walkway, downtown Brisbane Its a city of 1.5 million with another million in the greater Brisbane area. Its in a valley and spread over hundreds of square kms. Everything is here, simply […]

16 Feb 19
Random Thoughts on Cricket

The chronicler wishes to acknowledge a debt of gratitude to Russell Jackson for information used in this narrative from Jackson’s article Australian cricket’s baggy green cap – a journey through its rich history. In his article, Jackson traces the fascinating story of the origins of the iconic “baggy green” so intimately associated with the Australian […]

15 Feb 19
Traveling in HD

Australia might be the smallest of the seven continents, but it packs a big punch of adventure everywhere you turn. If you’re planning on taking a trip to the land Down Under, take care to check out not only the tourist destinations, such as the Sydney Opera House, for example, but some of the local […]

15 Feb 19
marketanalysis

Global Eucalyptus Oil Market: Snapshot With consumers from around the world showing more inclination toward products derived from natural ingredients, the global eucalyptus oil market has immense growth prospects on cards. According to Transparency Market Research (TMR), the global eucalyptus oil market will revel in the high demand from cosmetics and drugs manufacturers. Besides this, […]

15 Feb 19
Botanical Innovations

Australian Native Essential Oils, Oils, Extracts and Aromatic Waters. 40,000 Years of History from a place where time stands still and Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow are one. Australian Native Plant Products Eremophilla Mitchelli Buddha Wood Essential Oil Buddha Wood Leaf Stem Cell Extract Buddha Wood Oil Buddha Wood Aromatic Water Satalum Acuminatum Quandong Seed Oil […]