Easter in Sydney to Eureka Stockade
Easter in Sydney
The Easter in Sydney festival encompasses the Sydney Royal Easter Show, the four-day Easter long weekend, the start of school holidays, various Group 1 horse races at Rosehill and Randwick, football matches, and theatre and other cultural events.
Eden - Fisherman's Paradise
The old whaling community of Eden on the New South Wales South Coast is a fisherman's paradise.
Edmund Barton - Australia's First Prime Minister
The first Prime Minister of Australia was Edmund Barton appointed in 1901.
The Royal Queensland Show, colloquially known as the Ekka, is one of Australia's top three agricultural shows with produce and livestock displays and carnival sideshows and rides.
When in Australia, know the number to call when you need emergency help.
Emus photographed at Kinchega national park in far west New South Wales.
The Entrance: 'Pelican Capital' of Australia
The Entrance on the New South Wales Central Coast is an hour to two hours by car from Sydney and is quite a typical seaside Australian town where you can go for long walks, fish, surf, cruise the lake, or simply laze away the time.
The actor Errol Flynn, who was to become the swashbuckling hero of such films as Captain Blood, Sea Hawk and The Adventures of Robin Hood, initially passed himself off as Irish but was actually born in Tasmania, Australia.
Etihad Stadium is a sports and entertainment venue in the Docklands area close to Melbourne city centre.
Eureka Stockade, Victoria
The Eureka Stockade in Ballarat, Victoria, is where the 1854 miners' rebellion led by Peter Lalor occurred.