It's called a Quokka, lives in Australia, is endangered, and considered one of the friendliest, happiest animals on earth.

Possibly cutest animal ever. It's called a Quokka, lives in Australia, is endangered, and considered one of the friendliest, happiest animals on earth. I want to be like this quokka.

Kids Fireworks Craft Using a Fork - Fun art project for the 4th of July or Memorial Day!

Kids Fireworks Craft Using a Fork

Kids Fireworks Craft Using a Fork - Sassy Dealz Kids Fireworks Craft Using a Fork - Fun art project for the of July or Memorial Day! If you enjoy arts and crafts you'll will really like this cool info!

Koala in the creek - Celebrate Australia Day 26th January. Cute kids party food idea - Blue Jelly and a Chocolate Caramello Koala  with mini Aussie Food Pick AU$2.00 per pack 10 available to BUY online http://www.24-7partypaks.com.au/#!product/prd1/1131928711/australia-flag-food-picks-pk-10

Koala in the creek - Celebrate Australia Day January. Cute kids party food idea - Blue Jelly and a Chocolate Caramello Koala with mini Aussie Food Pick

Simple recipe that teaches you how to make damper bread. This Australia Day get your children involved and use the simple ingredients needed to make damper.

Damper Bread

Simple recipe that teaches you how to make Aussie damper bread. This Australia Day get your children involved and use the simple ingredients needed to make damper. (And it's egg-free.) From Laughing Kids Learn.

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Digeridoos, an ancient Australian Aboriginal musical instrument. Every painting tells a story whether it be Dreamtime or Nature and with each stroke, the painter includes a piece of their personal history and beliefs

NAIDOC Day 2013 The Rainbow Serpent created by me Donna Collier... Hand prints designed with coloured sea salt, coloured sand and paints

NAIDOC Day 2013 The Rainbow Serpent created by Donna Collier. Hand prints designed with coloured sea salt, coloured sand and paints

Healesville Sanctuary welcomes Dindi, the first Koala joey to be born at the Sanctuary in more than three years. Dindi was named after Aboriginal elder Murrundindi. Here he is on his Mum’s back!

Koala & joey walking on the ground. Koalas rarely come down from the trees in which they live, but need to, to move to a new tree. I have even seen a koala come down & walk thru our camp to a river for a drink! (It was in very hot weather.


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