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'Which of these is more the icon?  Kookaburra or Hills Hoist clothesline' said previous pinner • hills rotary clothes hoist • an essential piece of Australian backyard material culture in an Australian back yard life! • under threat from the use of electric dryers and shrinking back yard size • Adelaide invention • Adelaide's icons • why we love Adelaide

'Which of these is more the icon? Kookaburra or Hills Hoist clothesline? An essential piece of Australian backyard material culture and Australian back yard wildlife!

44 Powerful Emotive Australian Photos – peterpilt

Ned Kelly - Famoso guardabosques australiano - A famous Australian bushranger.

Haigh’s Chocolates • South Australian icon • Adelaide city • corner of Rundle Mall and King William Street • Adelaide's icons

Haigh’s Chocolates, corner of Rundle Mall and King William Street, Adelaide, South Australia.

Holden: a dog in the back of the ute is an Australian icon

The General Motors Holden range of cars and ute's, that made work a little easier in the Australian Conditions. Like this 1952 Holden FX Utility, it made work easier for farmers and their dogs.

Construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge, January 1930.

Construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, January 1930 from Loftus Street Circular Quay, Sydney.

One of our oldest Australian icons, the Akubra hat has been around since 1874. Akubra is Aboriginal for 'head covering,' and is made from rabbit fur felt. It can take up to 14 bunnies to make one hat! This is an Aussie icon still under Australian ownership.and so proud that I now own one!!!

One of our oldest Australian icons, the Akubra hat has been around since Akubra is Aboriginal for 'head covering,' and is made from rabbit fur felt. It can take up to 14 bunnies to make one hat! This is an Aussie icon still under Australian ownership!

outback australia - Bing Images

Outback Australia ~ The farmer in his well worked Holden Ute and the cattle dogs ready for round up!

Arnott's Biscuits - an iconic picture - always a firm favourite........

Arnott's Biscuits: the shops had them in large tins & you bought them by weight doled out in a paper bag. A treat was asking for a bagful of 'broken' biscuits which were a bargain!

Dame Edna Everage is a character created and performed by Australian comedian Barry Humphries, famous for her lilac-coloured or "wisteria hue" hair and cat eye glasses or "face furniture", her favourite flower, the gladiolus ("gladdies") and her boisterous greeting: "Hello, Possums!

Dame Edna is a character created and played by Australian dadaist performer and comedian, Barry Humphries, famous for her lilac-coloured or "wisteria hue" hair and cat eye glasses or "face furniture," .

The Dog on the Tuckerbox is one of the few characters in Australian song to have his own monument. Erected in 1932, it still marks a popular resting place for passers-by.  Gundagai, Australia

The Dog on the Tuckerbox is one of the few characters in Australian song to have his own monument. Erected in it still marks a popular resting place for passers-by. Gundagai, Australia 2014 drove from Melbourne to the Gold Coast and stopped overnight here