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Australian rainbow lorikeet sticker

Our sweet rainbow lorikeet sticker is a winner, I even have it on my own laptop! This lovely review came from one of our happy Etsy customers. All our sticker orders come with a free thank you postcard too.
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Blog-High quality Australian flashcards-Flash of Culture

High quality Australian flashcards

Another lovely review to brighten up our day 🤩 We get this type of feedback quite often when people hold our flashcards in their hands. I purposefully wanted our flashcards to be far superior to the flashcards that most people are used to. 
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Melbourne tram sticker

Melbourne tram waterproof sticker review

A 5 star review from a happy sticker customer over on our Etsy shop. We have a great mix of stickers to choose from. They're waterproof and are made to last 5 years!

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Are quokkas really smiling?-Flash of Culture™

Are quokkas really smiling?

I wanted to believe that quokkas were joyful little Aussie animals living on their small island smiling all-day and happy to take selfies with the visitors, but it turns out it's not the case. They have protruding teeth that make them look like they're smiling 😄⠀
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How far can dingoes rotate their head?-Flash of Culture™

How far can dingoes rotate their head?

Did you know that dingos can rotate their heads almost 360 degrees to track other animals such as birds in flight? When I saw this fact, I imagined a dingo with a spinning head like an owl, but they can't actually go as far as an owl. The dingo can rotate it's head 180 degrees each way making it 360 degrees. But owls can actually spin either way 270 degrees!
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What do you call a group of emus?-Flash of Culture™

What do you call a group of emus?

A group of emus is called a mob. This is also the same name for a group of kangaroos. 🐦 🦘
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How fast can emus run?-Flash of Culture™

How fast can emus run?

It may surprise you to learn that emus are large flightless birds and their wings are used for them to balance when they run at high speeds. An emu can run as fast as 45kmph (28mph)!
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What kind of music do kangaroos listen to?-Flash of Culture™

What kind of music do kangaroos listen to?

What kind of music do kangaroos listen to? 🦘

Hip hop of course!

Try not to smile when you look at this hip hop loving kangaroo 🤣 😎⠀

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How many ocean pools are there in New South Wales?-Flash of Culture™

How many ocean pools are there in New South Wales?

There are over 100 ocean pools in NSW and Sydney alone has over 35 pools. Did you ever wonder why you see so many ocean pools and rock pools around NSW and not in the other states? Well, it turns out they were built to provide a safe swimming area away from the rough surf of the East Coast. Some of the pools are over 100 years old, but not a single new pool has been carved out since the 1960s.
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Australian flashcards review

Australian themed flashcards review

I always have time for a dance break 💃🏻 when we get such lovely reviews over on our Etsy shop and have to agree our flashcards are great for kids of all ages. 
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What do you call a baby echidna?

What do you call a baby echidna?

I love this fun fact... The baby echidna is called a puggle! I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t want to have a snuggle with a puggle, would you??? 🤣
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What's the collective noun for a group of kookaburras?

What do you call a group of kookaburras?

Did you know that the collective noun for kookaburras is a flock or riot? I couldn't think of a better name, some afternoons in our neighbourhood our local kookaburras are so loud they definitely sound like they're having a riot. 😁
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