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Top 10 Things to do in Ballarat Victoria Australia
If you plan on taking a holiday to Victoria Australia, one of the most popular tourist spots to visit outside of Melbourne is Ballarat. It does get a bit cooler than Melbourne, so take some warm clothes! One of the biggest festivals in Ballarat is their Winter Festival. Here they decorate laneways with colourful lights and have a pop up ice skating ring just off Sturt Street. One of the biggest events though is the Winter Wonderlights at Sovereign Hill. I’ll show more of this in the video guide to Ballarat. In this video I will show you some of the best things to do in Ballarat for a family, couple or even solo traveller. This is a list of Ballarat’s top tourist attractions 10. Ballarat Wildlife Park The park was opened in 1987 and covers some 37 acres of natural bushland. If you want to see some natural Australian animals, Ballarat Wildlife Park has plenty, from free roaming kangaroos and emus – where you can hand feed these cute Australian animals. Learn about koalas on one of the guided tours. Get a selfie with a wombat. Watch Tasmanian devils getting fed. See giant tortoises, crocodiles and alligators. And of course the meerkats! Check out the reptile enclose for snakes and lizards. A great place to take the whole family in Ballarat. 9. Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka The Eureka Flag is housed on the historic site of the 1854 Eureka Stockade and is surrounded by the scenic Eureka Stockade Memorial Gardens. 8. The Art Gallery of Ballarat. If you’re an art lover, this is the place to visit in Ballart. It holds both temporary and permanent art works. 7. Gold Museum of Ballarat. Gold is what made this town and this museum gives a fascinating insight to Ballarat’s gold rush. If you buy a ticket to Sovereign Hill, you will get the ticket included to the museum. 6. Lake Wendouree. This is a lovely spot to visit in Ballarat – enjoy a stroll around the lake, stop of one of the cafes or just enjoy the lovely gardens of the Botanic Gardens in Ballarat. Highlights to visit are the Prime Ministers Avenue, Adam Lindsay Gordon Cottage, the Australian Ex- Prisoner of War Memorial, the Ballarat Tramway Museum (try to take a tram ride by Lake Wendouree) and the 1956 Olympic Memorial. 5. Ballarat Ghost Tour. With Ballarat having the reputation of being one of Australia’s most haunted cities why night take a ghost tour of Ballarat at night. Eerie Ghost tours operates a weekend ghost tour of Ballarat. Meet under the clock tower at Ballarat Railway Station for a spooky 2 hour walking ghost tour. Visit haunted spots and listen to ghost stories by the guide. A fun way to see Ballarat. 4. Ballarat Heritage Tours. Take one of this walking tours of Ballarat, learn about this history of the city and its famous landmarks. Taken by an experienced guide who is extremely knowledgeable about Ballarat history. 3. Bloody Ballarat Tour. Take this tour of the dark side of Ballarat – true tales of murder and crime that you don’t learn in your history books. A fantastic tour you should do in Ballarat. The tours run at night. 2. Kryal Castle. One of the more popular things to do in Ballarat, especially for the family is Kryal Castle. Built as medieval castle just outside of town. Fun things to see the knights at the Tournament Arena. Here they joust on horseback and even sword fight. Watch the wizard make potions in his workshop. Visit the Torture Museum or get lost in the castle’s maze. There are places to eat and you can even stay overnight at one of their rooms. I will do another video on accommodation at Kryal Castle. Prices are listed on the website. 1/ Sovereign Hill Without a doubt the number one tourist attraction in Ballarat is Sovereign Hill. It has been voted Australia’s best ‘Major Tourist Attraction’ multiple times. A theme park set back as an 1850’s gold mining town. Learn to pan for gold in a replica river. Go underground on some the gold mining tours. Watch people preforming chores dressed in period costumes. See how they make candy the old way. Some other popular attractions at Sovereign Hill include the Red Coat Soldiers musket firing, horse and coach rides, bowling, candle making, getting and old photo taken and other street activities. A great place to take the whole family - a great educational experience for kids to learn about history. During Winter Sovereign Hill has its Winter Wonderlights Festival. This is a specular light show – that for me is a must do in Ballarat. The lights and snow effects make this truly a wonderful show to experience. During the festival they decorate Main Street shops with Christmas decorates, have a band playing Christmas Carols and you might even see Santa. One of the best Christmas in July events in Australia! A must for the family! Ticket prices are listed on the website. *All rates and conditions subject to change without notice. Please check directly with the establishments for latest prices and conditions.
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Jobs Victoria Working Stories: A stargazing vocation in Ballarat
At 24 years old, after six years of frustration looking for work, Phillip Yordonopulo is working in a place that he loves, sharing his passion for the stars at the Ballarat Municipal Observatory and Museum. Watch all the films in the series at the Jobs Victoria website: http://jobs.vic.gov.au/working-stories Filming and editing by Angry Chair https://angrychair.com.au/ 2017. Jobs Victoria provides tailored support to jobseekers and employers. We help jobseekers find work and link employers with staff. Find out more: http://jobs.vic.gov.au
James Acaster Stand-Up 06/20/17 - CONAN on TBS
The only thing James enjoys more than ready to eat apricots is the "sexy battery" taste of Dr. Pepper. More CONAN @ http://teamcoco.com/video Team Coco is the official YouTube channel of late night host Conan O'Brien, CONAN on TBS & TeamCoco.com. Subscribe now to be updated on the latest videos: http://bit.ly/W5wt5D For Full Episodes of CONAN on TBS, visit http://teamcoco.com/video Get Social With Team Coco: On Facebook: ‪https://www.facebook.com/TeamCoco‬ On Google+: https://plus.google.com/+TeamCoco/ On Twitter: http://twitter.com/TeamCoco On Tumblr: http://teamcoco.tumblr.com On YouTube: http://youtube.com/teamcoco Follow Conan O'Brien on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ConanOBrien
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10 Best Places to Live in Australia
► Please Remember to Subscribe! ► https://goo.gl/P5ZUPk ► Follow me on Twitter: https://goo.gl/el5pYm ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/XflDvj ----------------------------------------­----- 10 Best Places to Live in Australia. Australia is perhaps the most unique continent and country on planet Earth, with its immensely indigenous population and eco-system, stemming back to tens of thousands of years ago. With cultures unique to the continent, such as Aboriginal, Melanesian and Torres Strait Islander cultures, Australia offers a world of experience that can’t be gained in any other civilization. With climates ranging from tropical, to desert, to grassland, to more temperate regions in the south, Australia is a geographically diverse continent with mass appeal in terms of education, job opportunity, art and entertainment, and overall quality of life. Here are just some of the 10 best places to live in Australia, from the largest cities to the smallest rural gems. 1: Melbourne, Victoria 2: Mackay, Queensland 3: Wodonga, Victoria 4: Wagga Wagga, New South Wales 5: Brisbane, Queensland 6: Adelaide, South Australia 7: Sydney, New South Wales 8: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 9: Gold Coast, Queensland 10: Perth, Western Australia ----------------------------------------­----- Music: NCS https://www.youtube.com/user/NoCopyrightSounds Alan Walker - Spectre [NCS Release] Alan Walker - Fade [NCS Release] ----------------------------------------­----- We do NOT own all the materials as well as footages used in this video. Please contact [email protected] for copyright matters! Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Thanks for watching!
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A 360 tour of Sovereign Hill in Ballarat, Australia
Come with me as we discover Australia's Gold Rush in the 1850s. In this 360 video, you can spin around as I take you on a tour of Sovereign Hill at Ballarat in Victoria! More on the blog: http://bit.ly/2x4Np7h
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The Australian Gold Rush
This is an educational video for Stage 3 students studying HSIE in NSW schools under the old HSIE BOS NSW Syllabus. This content is still relevant to the national curriculum, under the History K-10 Syllabus. This video introduces events that had a significant impact on shaping Australia and its colonies. Students develop an understanding regarding the evolution of the colonies and early migration to Australia in the 19th century (See ACHHK095 & ACHHK096). The purpose of this video was to be used in conjunction with an IGASAR (a process model for inquiry) learning sequence as part of a university assessment for unit EDSS223 at the University of New England (UNE), Armidale NSW.
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South Australian Road Trip
I was inspired to take a road trip to South Australia on my Holidays. Naturally I took my planes and camera gear to get some footage of the journey. Along the way I visited the copper mining towns of the 1800's. It was at Burra SA where my Great, Great, Great Grandfather Joesph Harry arrived in 1860 to work the mines. Like all good road trips I had my share of emotional ups and downs, breakages and saw some amazing sights. I learned lots about the history of SA along the way. There was a very strong caravaning community out on the road and I made a few new friends on the way. HIGHLIGHTS: Pink Lake Whyalla Ship Tour Iron Knob mine tour Mines in the Cornish Triange Cuttle Fish Visiting family CAMERAS USED: 1. Foxeer Legend 1 2. Go Pro Session 3. Sony HDR AS200V 4. Canon 60D DSLR 5. Mi-Gear Xtreme X with underwater housing CARNAGE LIST: 1 x foxeer camera lost at sea 1 x phoenix 2000 destroyed on rocks 1 x 3S battery, lead broke (unrepairable) 2 x air beds (leaky) 1 x bent tripod from tripping over 1 x fall onto rocks resulting in a few good grazes. 1 x dead DSLR camera battery due to age. SOUNDTRACKS: 1. Country Cue 1 audionautix Country Cue 1 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ 2. Acoustic rock Acoustic Rock by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ 3. Parallel Ross Bugden https://instagram.com/rossbugden/ This track is licensed under a ‘Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License 4. Skies Ross Bugden https://instagram.com/rossbugden/ This track is licensed under a ‘Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License 5. Yard sale Yard Sale by Silent Partner 6. Beach bum happy rock Beach Bum - Happy Rock by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100347 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ 7. Dixie outlandish John Deley and the 41 players 8. Eagle rock Wes Hutchinson 9. Dick Turpin by Peak Fiddler https://www.youtube.com/user/peakfiddler 10. Carolan's Farewell Toby Darling https://www.youtube.com/user/tobydarling 11. Mermaid Mermaid by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100671 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ 12. Hugin's Flight by vindsvept http://Vindsvept.com All of my material is under a CC BY 4.0 License
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05: Multicultural Mosaic
The contribution immigrants have made to the Australian nation. More: www.nma.gov.au/australian-journey
Bendigo, State of Victoria, Australia - Unravel Travel TV
Bendigo is a major regional city in the State of Victoria, Australia, located very close to the geographical centre of the state and is approximately 150 kilometres (93 mi) north west of the state capital Melbourne. Bendigo is a vibrant contemporary regional centre, boasting beautiful streets created from one of the world's greatest gold rushes. Every visit will reveal new surprises and experiences. With the gusto of a gold-seeking miner, the people who live here are creating fascinating products, services and stories that add to the richness of the region's boom time past. It is an ever-changing feast to be explored. Nearby Heathcote has not missed the beat with artisans of food, wine and art flocking to be part of the action. Wide streets lined by opulent buildings are now interwoven with intriguing laneways and arcades that are home to a new breed of innovators who again delve deep to create a vibrant energy across the city. Modern day Bendigo has sublime food, wine and shopping experiences against a stunning heritage backdrop. Bendigo's action-packed events calendar is a mix of long-standing traditions, food and wine events, car rallies, sporting excellence and a great sense of fun. Since the gold boom times of 1871, the local Chinese community have come together to add Chinese dragons, regalia and startling crackers to Australia's longest continuous festival -- the Bendigo Easter Festival. A magnificent gold rush put Bendigo on the map more than 150 years ago. Tents came first and then with the wealth from the gold came elaborately designed homes, public buildings and monuments that are still used today. Once people came from around the world to prospect for gold and forge a new beginning. Today a similar exuberance has again put Bendigo on the map as an innovative city. Recent success stories include the expansion of Bendigo Bank, Jimmy Possum and Fernwood Fitness across Australia. An exciting energy has reshaped the towns and villages of Central Victoria. Every corner you turn in Bendigo reveals another living treasure; another vivid reminder of the city's glorious and heady past -- whether it is the outrageous opulence of a boomtown hotel, or the simple piety of a wooden church. The best 19th century cities combine grant scale and fine detail and there are few better than Bendigo. Many of Victoria's cities and towns owe their origins to the gold rushes of the 19th century and Bendigo is one of them. Gold was no temporary lure to this city located right in the centre of Victoria -- its attractions were more than just skin deep. In fact there was very little gold on the surface at all. Most of it was far underground in rich quartz reefs stretching out over 3,600 hectares around the city. The gold rush began in 1851 when the first diggers rushed to the Bendigo fields and continued until 1954 when the last winch on the city's last gold mine raised its last bucket of ore. In recent years mining for gold has re-commenced deep under Bendigo and continues today. During the city's first golden century, Bendigo became a melting pot with its own unique ethnic character -- the Irish at St Killians, the Cornish at Long Gully and the Germans at Ironbark Gully. These groups were just some of the many communities that helped to build Bendigo. German architects W C Vahland and Robert Getzschmann, along with Bendigo born William Beebe, were responsible for many of the city's finest buildings. One of the most enduring and distinctive contributions was made by the Chinese. Bendigo's Chinese heritage is well represented to this day, with the Historic Joss House and the Golden Dragon Museum and Classical Chinese Gardens. The influence of the gold rush can be felt in the very fabric of the city. Bendigo owes its broad and regular boulevards to the ambitious town plan prepared in 1854. Other streets follow the paths beaten by fossickers as they followed gullies and leads in search of gold. The city's ostentatious public buildings and gardens attest to the flamboyance of the gold rush era. So do the richly decorated privates homes. http://www.bendigotourism.com Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltravel.eu Unravel Travel TV on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/Unra... Unravel Travel TV Twitter http://www.twitter.com/Unra... Unravel Travel TV Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/un... Unravel Travel TV Website http://www.unraveltravel.eu Unravel Travel TV Snapchat traveltv #UnravelTravelTV #UnravelTravel
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Australian turtle slaughter part 4
part 4 of australian turtle slaughter on win news
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Physics + IT = Future Career | IBM Year in Industry
What can you do with a physics degree? You could put your problem-solving skills to work with the amazing people at IBM. James, a physics student from York, spent a Year in Industry at IBM's centre at Hursley. Here's his story. You should do an internship — find out why at www.wripa.ac.uk
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Mt Isa Classic Car Show & Swap Meet: Classic Restos Series 35
Classic Resto heads off to the far North West Queensland mining town of Mt Isa for the Mt Isa Classic Car Show & Swap Meet. Despite the remoteness of Mt Isa, there is a flourishing community of motoring enthusiasts who come out for this annual event. Fletch talks with some owners and their vehicles, first up Allan with 2005 Holden Maloo Ute with a spectacular custom paint job inside and out along with a massive audio system out back, Alan with his 1964 HR Holden sedan that he has extensively modified. Now for something you won't see around unless you're in a remote mining town like Isa, a c1986 6 Wheel Drive Kowari which is a 4½ tonne underground mining vehicle that is a combo of a Toyota cab and Kowari chassis with a 220hp Cummins diesel. Next up Dave with his 1969 Mazda 1200 4 door sedan modified with a rotary engine with 13B Turbo making this 800-kilo vehicle a pocket rocket. Graeme with an impressive modifed1969 HT Monaro GTS and finally Jason with a real show stopper, a 1974 Ford GT 2 door proudly restored inside and out by the owner and local paint shop and trimmer right here in Mt Isa.
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Tram Route 96 Part3.wmv
A video taken from behind the drivers cabin on a 50 class tram/light rail vehicle on Route 96 Tram route Bourke Street, to Nicholson/Spring Street Melbourne. I was off to the Melbourne Museum and ran out of camera battery near the end. Filmed 1-11-11
Government Jobs in Perth
Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs http://westjobs.com.au/JobSeeker/construction-jobs-perth-wa.html
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Battle Trip | 배틀트립 – Ep.72 : The Hidden Special of Australia Tour [ENG/THA/2017.10.29]
Click the "Caption" button to activate subtitle! ------------------------------------------------ - Ep.72: International student that lives in Australia and Sunny and Hyoyeon shows great chemistry as they are the same age! A meaty Brisbane trip planned by the international student who knows when to study and when to play hard. A Korean who has lived in Cairns for 10 years recommended the course which reveals the grande nature of Australia. A hidden place of Cairns is revealed! ------------------------------------------------ Subscribe KBS World Official YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/kbsworld ------------------------------------------------ KBS World is a TV channel for international audiences provided by KBS, the flagship public service broadcaster in Korea. Enjoy Korea's latest and the most popular K-Drama, K-Pop, K-Entertainment & K-Documentary with multilingual subtitles by subscribing KBS World official YouTube. ------------------------------------------------ 대한민국 대표 해외채널 KBS World를 유튜브에서 만나세요. KBS World는 전세계 시청자에게 재미있고 유익한 한류 콘텐츠를 멀티 자막과 함께 제공하는 No.1 한류 채널입니다. KBS World 유튜브 채널을 구독하고 최신 드라마, K-Pop, 예능, 다큐멘터리 정보를 받아보세요. ------------------------------------------------ [Visit KBS World Official Pages] Homepage: http://www.kbsworld.co.kr Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kbsworld Twitter: http://twitter.com/kbsworldtv Instagram: @kbsworldtv Line: @kbsworld_asia KakaoTalk: @kbs_world (http://plus.kakao.com/friend/@kbs_world) Google+: http://plus.google.com/+kbsworldtv [Download KBS World Application] ■ IOS Download : http://apple.co/1NktctW ■ Android Download : http://bit.ly/1NOZFKr
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Ballarat Up and Under
Up and Under is a collaborative project between Digital Heritage Australia and the City of Ballarat. Created for the 2018 Ballarat Heritage Weekend, Up and Under showcases Ballarat’s hidden places using virtual reality (VR) technology. Up and Under brings together a unique combination of VR, panoramic photography, and original audio narration provided by local historian David Waldron.
Australian Aboriginal Dream Art at the Quai de Branly Museum in Paris, France
copyright 2011 Lisa B. Falour, B.S., M.B.A. all rights reserved LISA, INC. (EURL) cutecatfaith.com People, I know you are surely intimidated by a visit to France, let alone Paris, but you cannot go far wrong if you just stay around Trocadéro. That is the name of the métro stop, also. The Eiffel Tower is here, there are a ton of museums and if you don't have any money you can just hang out in the vicinity and enjoy the ambiance which is lovely. I had a horrible job in this nabe in 1999 and you know what I used to do on my brown bag lunch hours? I used to go out and take nice photos of happy couples! Cuz they wanted a souvenir photo of themselves together and that was not so easy at the time. It gave me a good feeling. You can just watch the carrousel go around, it is lovely! I never even paid yet to go up in the Eiffel Tower, I like the area so much. I like to look at it all. You can just stand UNDER the Tower and be amazed! I have a nice clip going up soon of just that, there is machinery working in it. I do CUTECATFAITH and SLOBOMTION here on YT and I will likely put a unique clip up on Dailymotion under "LisaFalour," so please join me there! You can just type my name in and see what I have to show you on the Internet. France totally rocks for tourism but it is not an easy nut to crack, face it. So my advice for Paris is I know you feel lost here, who does not? But you can start right with this area. And we did not pay a penny to get into this place and I do not think we cheated, either! They just let us in! Also, remember, most museums give you a choice, like do you wanna see the current show? Cuz for that you might have to pay some. But if you just want to visit the gardens or see the permanent collection chances are it is way cheaper. So think about it cuz you can seldom see a whole place in one visit, it is too exhausting, you need a break! Your head just explodes! This museum is part of what used to be several different museums. There is also an aquarium nearby, how cool is THAT? The quality of service here was very good and I found the bathrooms clean and a worker made sure that since I am disabled I got an elevator down to one. I did have to speak French, however, let us be real here. I love the boutiques, cafés and other obvious things in these places, but face it, we do not always have the money for that. Our complaint with this place is that there is a nice garden but we could not find a sitting area with benches for free. We checked online later and found there is one. But it was just not obvious to find, we were being steered toward the pay and sit places, oh well, so be it. I recommend you have your breakfast early in Paris and set out early for sightseeing. Then, stop at noon and sit down to lunch for an hour or two! Go back, take a siesta, and in late afternoon, walk around and observe! Shop, sit at a café, you get my idea? Dinner is at seven here. It can be really fun to buy picnic food from local supermarkets or bakeries so you need not spend much. Please do not visit Europe in July or August. The prices are high and it is very hot! And many places are CLOSED! My spouse was totally blown away by some of the Australian aboriginal art we saw today. It shows dreams. He just about fell over backwards. The exhibit this was part of explains how we have four ways of perceiving things. It was really interesting! Always carry a bottle of water here, a small one, and a small sweet to keep up your strength, and also tissues if you need to use a public toilet. Remember, you can really only see about one thing per day here and morning is best. Public transportaion is quite good but it takes a lotta time to get around. So just adapt to the slower Euro pace and get over it, I have lived here since 1994 and I have only seen a fraction of this marvelous place in all those years, and I try to do a cultural thing weekly!
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Western Australia premier: I still see China as our No. 1 customer
The Australian state of Western Australia (WA) Premier Colin Barnett said he still sees China as the state's No. 1 customer. WA has witnessed a fall in economic growth since the decline of the decade-long mining and resource boom, but the state's leader is still confident in a strong growth. Barnett says the main influence to the Western Australia economy has been the fall in prices of key commodities, particularly iron ore, oil and natural gas. However, he says WA exports of iron ore to China have grown from 80 million tonnes per year to 550 million tonnes per year in a decade.
Views: 16776 New China TV
Teen with Autism Becomes Art Sensation
Thirteen year-old Niam Jain can't speak. He's autistic. But he's learned to communicate through painting. And art experts are blown away. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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Ballarat Australia. Looking For Real Gold
Ballarat Australia. Back in time, beautiful place and I'm looking for real gold!. Russian girl travels to Australia :) Australia, Victoria state Attractions, What to see in Victoria, What to see in Australia, Trip to Australia, Australia must see Please, SUBSCRIBE - http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vacationality :D Thank you SO MUCH everyone for LIKES, Comments and SUBSCRIPTION! Watch my other cool playlists: Trip to Beautiful Latvia http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoC8MiaGeBlemy5RiUEjLcHi9oDLvzbWW Trip to Amazing Spain http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL79508217E13B18EF Trip to Beautiful Portugal https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoC8MiaGeBlcAwnW8Gpva5VZku3TD4EVO Life in Wild Russia http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA585EA007CC3E58B Life in Incredible America http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL96E0D2D6C9D2574E Life in Great Britain http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL36AA70EB5E29E84A Compare hundreds of travel sites and save up to 80% http://www.hotelscombined.com/?a_aid=70680
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"NO GOING BACK NOW" - THE INTERSECTION OF PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND DIGITISATION Every aspect of our lives and work is changing forever with the ubiquity of digital technologies. Not only are traditional activities moving onto digital platforms, entirely new services are made possible in the digital economy. And the pace is only going to get fiercer. Organisations can no longer rely on their incumbency, collaboration platforms are changing the definition of ‘employment’ and conversations with friends and families are more likely to happen on a messaging platform than the lounge room or café. Join over 1,000 business leaders and digital practitioners at the 2015 Australian Digital Summit where we’ll help unlock the opportunities of digitisation for you. This year, our fourth, you’ll hear from some of brightest minds in digital and technology including: · Senator The Hon. Mitch Fifield · Telstra CEO - Andrew Penn · Author & Digital Analyst - Brian Solis · Co-Founder, muru-D - Annie Parker · Lithium CEO - Rob Tarkoff · Co-Founder & CEO, Decoded - Kathryn Parsons · Rackspace's Futurist and Tech Evangelist - Robert Scoble · Managing Director - Twitter Australia - Karen Stocks · Best Selling Author - Shel Israel · CSIRO Chief Executive - Dr Larry Marshall · Founder & CEO, Pixc - Holly Cardew · Co-Founder and CEO FreightExchange - Cate Hull · General Manager for Aust & NZ, Uber - David Rohrsheim The full event agenda is now available on the official event website ( http://telstra.com/summit ).
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US Veterans
Australia's healthy economy is being driven by a strong mining and energy sector. US war veterans have the know-how in engineering, planning and heavy machinery, and could offer a solution for some of Australia's skills shortage. While the US economy is recovering, Australia is offering an opportunity for war veterans with the experience and qualifications to fill skilled vacancies down under.
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Downer Newport Railyard, Victoria - A centre for rail service excellence
Rail maintenance work has been carried out at Newport in Melbourne’s west for over 130 years. In 2016, Downer completed a $7.5 million upgrade to the site, including the installation of a Portal Wheel Lathe to service train wheelsets for all three rail gauges used by Australian networks. The extensive two year upgrade created 84 new jobs over the program, transforming the historic site into a leading rail services delivery centre for bogies, wheelsets and engine overhauls.
Views: 1718 Downer Group
Life as a PhD student in Australia (English Listening Practice with subtitles)
Life as a PhD student in Australia (English Listening Practice) ⭐ Full FREE lesson➡️ https://englishteacheradriana.com/aussie-english Improve your English listening Skills, my listening to Pete and Me talking about studying in Australia, specifically his experience completing his Ph.D. Studies in Australia Do you want to study abroad? Are you interesting in what a life of a Ph.D. student in Australia looks like? Listen to the whole video lesson to improve your listening skills to better understand the Australian accent. Pay attention to the vocabulary, idioms, expressions used to help you speak about studying abroad in English. At the end, we will be learning 5 idioms and expression which came up throughout the natural conversation Thanks Pete for taking the time to talk to us about studying in Australia. You can find Pete over at Aussie English: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPIAvE0MO9pyWGNh5OoYInQ ********************************** Are you ready to start speaking in English? Let's do it together! I work with motivated English learners to help them SPEAK English confidently for BETTER opportunities in their lives. Download your FREE eBOOK here ➡️ https://englishteacheradriana.com/freeebook/ Do you have a question? Leave your questions in the comments below 👇👇
Views: 2716 English with Adriana
The Kangaroo Gang | Full Documentary
Narrated by Barry Humphries, this dramatised documentary tells the true story of a brazen band of Aussie thieves who moved to London in the 60s and ran riot, pulling off the most daring heists that Scotland Yard had ever seen.
Lecture 7 - Oct 17, 2012  (Australia)
Lecture in Australia on Australia!
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Australian Pearling Exhibition, Darwin, Northern Territory
See Australian Pearling Exhibition, Darwin, Northern Territory and Australia- travel guides - videos, photos, accommodation and holiday information.
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Louisbourg: Sydney & Louisburg Railway Museum
Experience the coal-hauling times of the Sydney & Louisburg Railway and its marine connections. Words, pictures and artifacts tell the story in and around the 1895 station and engine house. An extensive model of the town's coal-to-ship transfer now occupies the freight shed. A large quilt display and vintage passenger and freight cars are seen here including Nova Scotia's oldest passenger coach, built in 1881. The Louisburg Station on Route 22 is also home to an important Visitor Information Centre. Taken from wikipedia The Sydney and Louisburg Railway (S&L) is a historic Canadian railway. Built to transport coal from various mines to the ports of Sydney and Louisbourg, the S&L operated in the eastern part of Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia. The railway uses a slightly different spelling for the town of "Louisbourg".
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Discover Documentary #9 | Conservation
From wedding dresses to meteorites, our Conservation team protect and preserve over 17 million objects in Museums Victoria's collection. This episode of Discover takes a look at how they do it!
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The Leadership Challenges of the 21st Century
Manion Lecture 2013 The Leadership Challenges of the 21st Century Featuring : Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director, McKinsey & Company Thursday, November 14, 2013 - Canadian Museum of Civilization
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How Much Does A Train Driver Make In Australia?
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Koori Job Ready Course - 3 minute version
The Koori Job Ready Course provides training and job opportunities through the Aboriginal Employment Program supported by Australian Technology Park Sydney Limited.
Together Alone: Politics of Indigeneity and Culture in Australia
Panelists: Brenda L. Croft, Sonia Smallacombe, Christian Thompson, Stephen Gilchrist Coinciding with the Crossing Cultures exhibition of Indigenous art from Australia, this symposium features a leading Indigenous artist, curator, activist, and lawyer who will discuss critical issues surrounding the reception and recognition of Indigenous art and the politics of Indigeneity in an increasingly globalized world. Organized by the Hood Museum of Art and cosponsored by the Office of the Provost, the Museum Lecture Series Fund, the Leslie Center for the Humanities, the Dickey Center for International Understanding, and Native American Studies.
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Fosterville gold mine
Fosterville gold mine Victoria overview
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James Acaster - ABC2 Comedy Up Late 2014 (E4)
The best and biggest performances from the 2014 Melbourne International Comedy Festival's late night club on ABC2's Comedy Up Late. #comedyuplate comedyfestival.com.au
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ABC live cross moments after the Federal Court ruled in the MUA's favour
MEDIA RELEASE Abbott Government Fails In Bid To Allow Cheap Foreign Labour In Offshore Oil and Gas Sector   The Abbott Government’s ongoing efforts to undermine Australian jobs in the offshore oil and gas sector suffered a setback today when the Federal Court rejected its underhand means of deploying visas for foreign workers.   The Full Court of the Federal Court declared that the Ministerial Determination ('Immi 14/077') introduced by Assistant Immigration Minister Michaelia Cash on July 17, 2014 “is not authorised … and is invalid”.   “The Parliament’s intention was to confer upon the Minister a power to except or exempt particular activities or operations carried out under the Offshore Petroleum Act or Offshore Minerals Act, not to reverse the Parliament’s desire and intention to bring within the [Migration] Act non-citizens who are engaged in operations and activities under the Offshore Petroleum Act or the Offshore Minerals Act.” : see Judgment at [73].   The Abbott Government has taken three significant steps to undermine Australian participation in offshore oil and gas projects. It has:*    introduced a Bill to repeal the Migration Amendment (Offshore Resources Activity) Act 2013 (ORA ACT) that was passed by the Parliament in 2013 to address a flaw in Australia's migration law following a Federal Court judgment in the Allseas case that found certain groups of workers were not within the migration zone and did not require visas to work in Australia.*    introduced a Regulation under the ORA Act that specified an inappropriate visa class as a work visa to conform with the ORA Act (the Maritime Crew Visa, which is a transit visa for visiting international seafarers, not a work visa) and;*    when the Senate rightly disallowed the regulation specifying that visa, introduced a Ministerial Determination ('Immi 14/077') effectively making the ORA Act null and void in complete disregard to the wishes of the Parliament.Following the decision of Justice Buchanan of the Federal Court on 15 September 2014 which validated the use by the Government of Ministerial Determination 'Immi 14/077', the MUA and AMOU appealed the decision to the Full Court of the Federal Court.    Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) National Secretary Paddy Crumlin said the decision today means that hundreds of jobs in the offshore oil and gas sector are in doubt and it’s not as if the Government hasn’t had time to prepare.   "The Abbott Government has clearly outlined their agenda for employment in this important segment of our economy without regard to existing employment law or consequence,” Mr Crumlin said.
NT Resources Week -- The Sponsorship and Exhibition Experience
NT Resources Week brings you 2 major events of the year: SEAAOC - South East Asia Australia Offshore Conference and Mining the Territory. SEAAOC is the region's largest and longest established petroleum conference. SEAAOC features interactive conference formats and social networking breaks to enable you to meet key targets in a relaxed environment. With over 650 leading resources professionals and over 100 exhibitors, attend SEAAOC and meet clients & new prospects, catch up with peers & old friends, and make your business development activities a pleasure rather than a chore! Website: http://www.seaaoc.com or http://www.ntresourcesweek.com.au Contact: +61 2 9080 4090
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Harry Black - Sydney's Most Loved Wharfie
Harry Black was a member of the union for more than half a century. His contribution to both the union and international transport workers was unsurpassed. He remained a committed activist for peace, justice and human rights. One of 11 children born at Rylstone, Harry left school at 14. He fought against fascism in the Middle East, Palestine and Syria, was injured and repatriated to Australia. After recovering, he returned to the battle-front in Borneo and New Guinea and again was wounded and repatriated to Australia. He joined the Waterside Workers Federation and became a wharfie in 1951. Harry was Sydney's most loved wharfie and this was confirmed in In July 2009 when he joined MUA National Secretary Paddy Crumlin, NSW Premier Nathan Rees and Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore to unveil the stretch of land with a rich history for waterside workers now officially known as The Hungry Mile. He attended local primary schools to pass on his wisdom and stories of the Hungry Mile to the next generation. Harry served in the union as a rank and file activist on the Sydney docks, as a rank and file wharfie, a delegate, a vigilance officer, vice-president, senior vice-president Sydney branch and as a rank and file representative on Federal Council of the Waterside Workers Federation, then as a union elder leading the MUA National Veterans Association as Secretary from 2002 - 2009. Harry, despite failing health, remained an active member to the end. Harry described himself as a unionist, an internationalist and since 1953, a communist. Harry was unique in that he was loved by all and never had any enemy in the union. He led the way in his political activity over many years. Harry played a leading role as an activist in both the successful 1954 and 1956 national waterfront strikes. He was immensely proud of this period of his life and of the union's success in those strikes. Like many war veterans, Harry became a peace activist. He was the delegate when the gang voted to ban the loading of bombs onto the Jeparit during the Vietnam War. He was suspended for a month for his stance and activities in solidarity with Vietnam. Harry also took pride in being part of the wharfies and seafarers' rolling bans against South African shipping during the apartheid years. Harry remained an active member of the Waterside Workers and a voice of the MUA. He played a part in all the major industrial disputes of the day and, when his health allowed, could be found in the union rooms which became his second home. Filmed, edited and produced by Jamie McMechan Maritime Union of Australia - Film Unit. Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) http://www.amwu.asn.au/ Australian Services Union (ASU) http://www.asu.asn.au/ Australian Workers Union (AWU) http://www.awu.net.au/ Construction Forestry Mining & Energy Union (CFMEU) http://www.cfmeu.asn.au/ Electrical Trades Union (ETU) http://www.etunational.asn.au/ Maritime Union Of Australia (MUA) http://www.mua.org.au/ Public Service Association of NSW (PSA) http://www.psa.labor.net.au/ Unions NSW (Unions NSW) http://www.unionsnsw.org.au/ Australian Council Of Trade Union (ACTU) http://www.actu.org.au/ International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) http://www.itfglobal.org/ International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) http://www.ituc-csi.org/
Indigenous ANZACs: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures
The commemoration of war expresses a celebration of service and a remembrance of the fallen. Yet it can also privilege certain forms of service over others. This forum will discuss the silences and absences in the commemoration of War, drawing on a major new exhibition by artist Brook Andrew at the Ian Potter Museum of Art. Professor Marcia Langton, Dr Vincent Alessi and Brook Andrew join Maxine McKew to examine the omission of Indigenous service from official forms of commemoration, and relate them to Indigenous issues today. It draws on a major new exhibition, Brook Andrew Sanctuary: Tombs of the outcasts at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, and is part of the University of Melbourne ANZAC Centenary Lectures.
Space archaeology | Alice Gorman | TEDxSydney
Alice Gorman is an archaeologist who specialises in the material culture of space exploration, from its origins in the 1930s through to the present. Her particular focus is orbital debris, or "space junk", including historic satellites. Her aim is to contribute a cultural-heritage perspective to international agreements on reducing the orbital debris problem. Other areas she has researched and written about include rocket launch sites, tracking stations, Skylab, and Russian landing sites on Venus. Alice is a lecturer in the Department of Archaeology at Flinders University, an Adjunct Fellow at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics at ANU, and a member of the Space Industry Association of Australia. Her favourite spacecraft is Australis Oscar V, launched in 1970 by a group of Australian students and still in orbit around the Earth. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Two Irish Eejits,Broome Western Australia
Us Irish really know how to party
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Studies of the Past
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/ This video explores one of our many research strengths at La TrobeUniversity, Studies of the Past. It features interviews with key researchers including: * Professor Tim Murray, Professor of Archaeology and studying the early Melbourne urban landscape. * Professor Marilyn Lake, an award winning Australian historian. * Dr Ben Kear, a paleontologist studying the long-term effects of climate.
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Jeremias Azambuja - Mining Engineering (Brazilian Portuguese)
Conheça Jeremias Azambuja, estudante de engenharia de minas pelo programa Ciência sem Fronteiras. Saiba como está sendo sua primeira experiência profissional!
On The Road Australia // Melbourne - Ballarat
Après 3 mois de Fruit picking/packing et quelques jours de repos pour profiter du fabuleux feu d'artifice de cette nouvelle année et l'incroyable parc national des GRAMPIANS, il est grand temps pour nous de retourner sur les routes. Notre premier arrêt : BENDIGO, ville de l'Etat du Victoria, très charmante et célèbre pour son héritage architectural de l'ère victorienne. Elle fut considérée dans les année 1880 comme étant la plus riche du monde en raison de ses mines d'or ! De plus, la ville possède la troisième plus grande cathédrale australienne, que nous avons visité : "La cathédrale du Sacré-Cœur". Lors de notre passage la ville était aux couleurs de la star de cinéma Marilyn Monroe; pour l'occasion l'Art Gallery a obtenu l'emblématique sculpture de huit mètres de haut de Seward Johnson "toujours Marilyn" (Cette sculpture a été vu à Chicago et Palm Springs, États-Unis et fait ses débuts internationaux à Bendigo). De plus, une collaboration révolutionnaire avec Twentieth Century Fox a permis à l'Art Gallery d'organiser une exposition présentant les costumes, les vêtements et objets personnels tirées de collections privées à travers le monde ! Nous sommes ensuite parties à la découverte de BALLARAT, importante ville de l'Etat du Victoria où le quartier de Lydiard Street contient lui aussi quelques-uns des plus beaux exemples d'architecture victorienne de l'État. Nous y avons admiré les œuvres de l'Art Gallery qui est la plus ancienne et la plus grande galerie d'art régional en Australie, elle possèdes de superbes collections d'artistes locaux et internationaux !! Enjoy ! :)
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Oakland Resources (ASX:OKL) MD Mark Arundell Presenting
Oakland Resources (ASX:OKL) MD Mr Arundell has over 24 years experience in the mining industry working for major companies such as Rio Tinto, North Ltd and Renison Goldfields Consolidated. Mr Arundell has a Masters of Economic Geology degree from the University of Tasmania, an honours degree in Geology from the University of Melbourne and a Graduate Certificate in Management from Deakin University. The NSW Trade & Investment Miners-Explorers Presentations series creates an opportunity for companies in the resource sector, chosen for their high growth potential and readiness to extend their NSW projects through exploration to full operation, to present to potential investors and intermediaries, as well as network with them, with the prospect of creating strategic partnerships that can lead to new investment, jobs and exports in the NSW resource sector. oakland resources,ASX:OKL,ABN Newswire,NSW Trade and Investment,GOLD,NSW,Mark Arundell
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University of Ballarat - Student Life DVD
More information on all the programs available at UB can be found on our website: http://www.ballarat.edu.au/programfinder Originating in 1870, the University of Ballarat (UB) is the third oldest educational institution in Australia. We have a long and established history for developing industry linkages and for preparing our graduates for employment in Australia and around the world. UB's friendly atmosphere, small class sizes and energetic staff contribute to our string of stellar ratings, which include five stars for teaching quality and four stars each for graduate satisfaction, getting a job, cultural diversity and generic skills. (Source: Good Universities Guide 2010) Find us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/UniversityofBallarat More information can be found on our website: http://www.ballarat.edu.au
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Professor Geoff Webb, Data Scientist, announced as finalist in Australia Museum Eureka Awards for his research into male suicide and other diseases
Murder at Lightning Hill
This film was made by the student-members of the Eaglehawk Primary School "Cine Club" in around 1976. Eaglehawk is a small town close to Bendigo in Central Victoria, Australia. I was a student of this school in the 1970's and my brother, Michael Sword, and I feature in this movie, as does our father, Brian Sword.
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