Australian Aborigines | The Life of an Aboriginal - Aboriginal Weapons and Hunting Technics

Australian Aborigines | The Life of an Aboriginal - Aboriginal Weapons and Hunting Technics

"...the woomera is distinctively Australian and is actually a lever to increase the speed at which a spear travels and the distance achieved. Made of wood, Spinifex resin with a hook end of animal bone, it acts as an extension of the thrower’s arm. The woomera is one of the most sought after of the Aboriginal artifacts by serious collectors."

"...the woomera is distinctively Australian and is actually a lever to increase the speed at which a spear travels and the distance achieved. Made of wood, Spinifex resin with a hook end of animal bone, it acts as an extension of the thrower’s arm. The woomera is one of the most sought after of the Aboriginal artifacts by serious collectors."

Old 'two bob' coin. Australia changed to decimal currency on 14 February 1966. me mate bob.

Old 'two bob' coin. Australia changed to decimal currency on 14 February 1966. me mate bob.

1930 Penny - Australia is best known rare coin. Only 3,000 were minted and of those, 1,500 still exist and are trading in todays market. There are only 6 proof coins known to exist, 3 in museums and 3 in private collections.

1930 Penny - Australia is best known rare coin. Only 3,000 were minted and of those, 1,500 still exist and are trading in todays market. There are only 6 proof coins known to exist, 3 in museums and 3 in private collections.

1919 Military Parade in Melbourne End of WW1 (1914/1918) (the Tank,'Mark V** (made in Eng)

1919 Military Parade in Melbourne End of WW1 (1914/1918) (the Tank,'Mark V** (made in Eng)

Dorothea Mackellar dressed as one of the Graces for Mrs T.H. Kelly's Italian Red Cross Day tableaux at the Palace Theatre, 20 June 1918 / Glen Broughton. Dorothy MacKellar was a fiction writer and poet. She was the author of My Country, perhaps Australia's most famous poem. From the collections of the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au Find more details about this image http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=440395

Dorothea Mackellar dressed as one of the Graces for Mrs T.H. Kelly's Italian Red Cross Day tableaux at the Palace Theatre, 20 June 1918 / Glen Broughton. Dorothy MacKellar was a fiction writer and poet. She was the author of My Country, perhaps Australia's most famous poem. From the collections of the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au Find more details about this image http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=440395

Fall in! australian WW1. the ultimate message from all govts always.

Fall in! australian WW1. the ultimate message from all govts always.

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