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Australia-Nature-Kookaburra Featured Greg Wood Print

Australia-Nature-Kookaburra

This photo shows a Kookaburra sitting on a railing at the Pepper Tree winery in the Hunter Valley, Australia'S oldest wine growing region just two hours drive north of Sydney. The Kookarburra, which is sometimes known as a Great Brown Kingfisher; or Laughing Jackass; has a unique song commonly related to a full throated boisterous human laugh. AFP PHOTO/Greg WOOD / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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Australia-Transport-Maritime-Tasmania Featured Greg Wood Print

Australia-Transport-Maritime-Tasmania

The Spirit of Tasmania III, a German built 174-metre long, 23,663-tonne ocean going passenger and car ferry, moves under the Sydney Harbour bridge, 10 April 2005, on the return leg of one of its trips between Sydney and Tasmania, Australia's only island state. A Tasmanian state government rescue package of 115 million dollars (89 million USD) announced 15 March, has continued the future of the financially-stricken service for another three years, with Spirit III's failure to make money blamed on the introduction of cheap airfares. AFP PHOTO/Greg Wood / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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All Aboard for the Sydney Ferry Featured Greg Wood Print

All Aboard for the Sydney Ferry

Tourists (L), prepare to board a ferry to make a harbour crossing past Sydney's famous Opera House (top-L), 10 April 2005. Australia's tourism industry is less than half as large as claimed by the government, according to a report issued 08 April by the official Productivity Commission. The government estimates that tourism accounts for 4.0 percent of the nation's gross domestic product, but the Productivity Commission said its review of the industry found the figure was actually 1.6 percent. AFP PHOTO/Greg Wood / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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