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The Queen was spared one embarrassment - as aborigine dancers from the Gubbi Gubbi tribe waved spears and pieces of gum tree at her, her gaffe-prone husband Prince Philip was 300 miles away visiting the town of Roma.
There is a danger that you get to Brazil and can't get in the game - and then you're up a gum tree.
Up A Gum Tree The axeman cometh with his chainsaw, Our sycamore heads his list.
A court in the band's native Australia said the famous flute melody from Down Under was copied from the 1934 Girl Guides' song, Kookaburra Sits In The Old Gum Tree.
Asked whether she will soon be bedding down with witchetty grubs, snakes and spiders, Ms Thatcher said: "I can't possibly confirm or deny that - whether I'll be sleeping under a gum tree in the next series of I'm a Celebrity.
The last thing I remember seeing as I careered towards the cliff edge was this massive gum tree heading towards me.
THE celebrity version of Big Brother is up a gum tree - only five days before hitting the screen.
But what I love about this place is that everyone's prepared to do anything to expand their potential, even it it means going up a gum tree and falling off the edge.
The tree design is Kristina s interpretation of the Tasmanian native Heart Leafed Silver Gum tree and the materials were deliberately chosen to merge harmoniously with its surroundings.
The court case was sparked when a quiz show linked Down Under's flute riff to the folk song Kookaburra Sits In The Old Gum Tree two years ago.
Asked whether she will soon be bedding down with witchetty grubs, snakes and spiders, Ms Thatcher told BBC1's Sunday AM: "I can't possibly confirm or deny that - whether I'll be sleeping under a gum tree in the next series of I'm a Celebrity.
But when it closed we were up a gum tree and had to find work elsewhere.