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Tim visits Silverton Souvenirs in his Land Rover where he learns that the classic film Mad Max was filmed around Silverton and Broken Hill. Tim and Brooke take a trip to Bells Milk Bar - a classic style milk bar with milkshake flavours galore! Tim soaks up the artistic treasures of the Pro Hart Gallery.
A sheep-rancher's son aspires to win a music conservatory scholarship, but to apply he needs musicians who can play his music. Circumstances lead him to form a band out of prison inmates.
A tour through my new place in Broken Hill. Music Credits Opening track - Welcome to My Place by The Indians http://www.theindiansband.com/ Living Room track - là où je suis née by Camille Kitchen track - Pictures by Sneaky Sound System End track - Next Episode by Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg
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Broken Hill is a mining town in outback New South Wales, Australia. The line of load in Broken Hill is the richest deposit of Silver, Lead and Zinc in the world. We saw a beautiful sunrise and a huge Wedge Tail Eagle just sitting on a fence. There were also a lot of Emu's around. We had a look around the town and saw the fountain at the Twin Lakes. We stopped to have a look at the Court House. It is a very beautiful old building. While we were there I had a close look at a sort of dug out canoe. Carved from Bloodwood, it represents a contemporary interpretation of aspects from traditional indigenous culture, including images portraying animals from the river. The canoe is made in two pieces, weighs approximately one tonne and contains water to represent a certain irony that i...
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World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Sydney, New South Wales, Australia http://bit.ly/1dQC20q Transport in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Public transport: Sydney's public transport system is well developed, efficient and cheap. The Transport Infoline provides route, timetable and fare information for all buses, ferries and trains. State Transit operates Sydney's buses. Sydney Ferries runs the commuter ferry network that criss-crosses Sydney Harbour. CityRail operates the network of trains between the suburbs and the city. Numerous money-saving passes are available, including the SydneyPass , which allows unlimited travel on public buses, harbour ferries, the Sydney Explorer bus and the Bondi Explorer bus. The colour-coded TravelPass, valid for one week or more, all...
New South Wales contains approximately 35% of the population of Australia. Its terrain is varied and includes the red outback, rainforests, unspoilt beaches, snow covered mountains, vineyards and of course cosmopolitan and sophisticated cities such as Sydney and Canberra. Sydney is Australia’s oldest, largest and most diverse city located in a fantastic harbour setting. A ferry ride from here can take you to small coves, beaches and interesting suburbs and provide you with amazing views of places like the legendary Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. A well worth out of town visit is to the wilderness, waterfalls and canyons of the Blue Mountains. Also worthwhile is the acclaimed wine country of Hunter Valley, Australia’s oldest wine producing area with 140 wineries to choose from. Br...
Half an hour from Broken Hill in outback New South Wales, the small town of Silverton is one of the most remote places in Australia. SUBSCRIBE - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sightseeoz ====================================================== FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/sightseetv?_rdr=p TWITTER - https://twitter.com/SightseeTV INSTAGRAM - https://instagram.com/sightsee_tv/ Sightsee TV is the travel show uncovering the stories behind Australian towns, looking at their history, and showcasing their beauty. http://sightseetv.com/
At the Broken Hill Agfair.
i'm broken, fix me or "86" me i've lost more than i ever knew i had felt this before, but it never hurt so bad i'm broken, out of control how much can i hate? let me count the ways bend until i break i can't stand me or understand me wish i was crazy wish i was stupid or sorry... sorry how much can i hate? let me count the ways bend until i break i'm broken, fix me or "86" me i've lost more than i ever knew i had felt this before, but it never hurt so bad i'm broken, out of control how much can i hate? let me count the ways bend until i break