Learning to ride in rural Victoria in 1896 - the year Mulga Bill's Bicycle appeared Cycling-Victoria-1896.jpg (546×787)

Learning to ride in rural Victoria in 1896 - the year Mulga Bill's Bicycle appeared

Banjo Paterson is Australia’s most famous poet; he is held in such high regard that his face, and the words of his most famous poem, The Man from Snowy River, appear on the Australian $10 note.

Banjo Paterson: why is the Australian bush poet so revered?

Mulga Bill's Bicycle - Banjo Paterson - Read by Daryl Barclay

A classic Australian ballad by Banjo Paterson - The poem was first published in The Sydney Mail on 25 July The actual model for the charac.

Mulga Bill's Bicycle' was written by Banjo Paterson in 1896. It was written at a time when cycling was a relatively new and popular social activity. Cycles were ridden everywhere, including in the outback by shearers and other workers who needed to travel cheaply. It tells the hilarious story of Mulga Bill, who thinks he's much better at cycling than he turns out to be. A resounding crash sends him back to his original mode of transport - his trusty horse. Years 2-6

Mulga Bill's Bicycle' was written by Banjo Paterson in 1896. It was written at a time when cycling was a relatively new and popular social activity. Cycles were ridden everywhere, including in the outback by shearers and other workers who needed to travel cheaply. It tells the hilarious story of Mulga Bill, who thinks he's much better at cycling than he turns out to be. A resounding crash sends him back to his original mode of transport - his trusty horse. Years 2-6

Banjo Paterson 1864 - 1941 Australian Poet

Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson OBE February 1864 – 5 February was an Australian bush poet, journalist and author. He wrote many ballads and poems about Australian life, focusing particularly on the rural and outback areas.

▶ Bush Songs Australia and Banjo Paterson's legacy - YouTube

Bush Songs Australia and Banjo Paterson's legacy


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