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Finding Dory - the sequel to Finding Nemo will return to the big old blue in November 2015. Mark your calendars now!

Finding Dory

Finding Dory - the sequel to Finding Nemo will return to the big old blue in November 2015. Mark your calendars now!

Morning waves #thisisqueensland #instagram photo by @Gary Pepper Vintage

Morning waves #thisisqueensland #instagram photo by @Gary Pepper Vintage

This huge duck will feature as the centrepiece of the Sydney Festival’s Day One opening spectacular. The duck's only test run, shown here, occurred on the 3rd of January, 2013. Measuring 15m high and 18m wide, Florentijn Hofman’s giant will sail into Cockle Bay in the heart of Darling Harbour on Saturday the 5th of January. This is the latest incarnation of Hofman’s famous oversized toy and has been commissioned especially for this year’s Sydney Festival. Pictures by Nick Moir. Selected…

This huge duck will feature as the centrepiece of the Sydney Festival’s Day One opening spectacular. The duck's only test run, shown here, occurred on the 3rd of January, 2013. Measuring 15m high and 18m wide, Florentijn Hofman’s giant will sail into Cockle Bay in the heart of Darling Harbour on Saturday the 5th of January. This is the latest incarnation of Hofman’s famous oversized toy and has been commissioned especially for this year’s Sydney Festival. Pictures by Nick Moir. Selected…

This huge duck will feature as the centrepiece of the Sydney Festival’s Day One opening spectacular. The duck's only test run, shown here, occurred on the 3rd of January, 2013. Measuring 15m high and 18m wide, Florentijn Hofman’s giant will sail into Cockle Bay in the heart of Darling Harbour on Saturday the 5th of January. This is the latest incarnation of Hofman’s famous oversized toy and has been commissioned especially for this year’s Sydney Festival. Pictures by Nick Moir. Selected…

This huge duck will feature as the centrepiece of the Sydney Festival’s Day One opening spectacular. The duck's only test run, shown here, occurred on the 3rd of January, 2013. Measuring 15m high and 18m wide, Florentijn Hofman’s giant will sail into Cockle Bay in the heart of Darling Harbour on Saturday the 5th of January. This is the latest incarnation of Hofman’s famous oversized toy and has been commissioned especially for this year’s Sydney Festival. Pictures by Nick Moir. Selected…