Can Emily and her friends possibly make the Bunyip
smile this Yuletide?
45 In which country was the thankfully mythical bunyip
In Victoria, it was a waterhole and a bunyip
(Dawson 1981:99); at Oenpelli, a great plum tree; and on Groote Eylandt, the final resting place of the spirit of the rock-cod (Mountford 1956:487).
Prior to joining VeriSign, Daigle was executive vice president at Rattlenote Technology, a consultant at Thinking Cat Enterprises and a vice president of research at Bunyip
To find out, Lainie Berry conducted a study comparing the influence of habitat edges created due to human activity, or `edge effects' on the distribution and abundance of birds at Bunyip
State Park, Victoria.
PHOTO : Aborigine stories of the bunyip
, a man-eating monster, may have been inspired in part by
Tours has a three-hour Neighbours trip for PS33pp that heads straight to Ramsay Street, allowing me to snoop into the gardens of No 22 (the Robinson's household), No 24 (Lou Carpenter's abode), No 28 (Susan and Karl Kennedy's house) and No 30 (Toadie Rebecchi's pad).
A mean and grumpy Bunyip
becomes friendly--even Generous--when she helps the bilbies open their pots of colour.
From The Bunyip
of Berkeley's Creek on, he says, he only 'agreed to illustrate texts I loved' (p.
BLAZE: A fire truck moves away from out-of-control flames from a bushfire in the Bunyip
Sate Forest west of Melbourne
There was a tradition on this part of the river that a bunyip
had once come ashore there--something like a calf with whiskers.
Here we learn that wowseristic Uncle Wattleberry's whiskers are the principal reasons for Bunyip
Bluegum to leave home and travel the world, Norman Lindsay, The Magic Pudding, Sydney, 1918, pp.