Panorama Australia – Reflections Of The Northern Territory
Here are the striking panoramas of Australia’s Red Centre – world famous Ayers Rock, the mysterious domes of the Olgas, towering columns at Chambers Pillar and the plunging escarpments of Kings Canyon and MacDonnell Ranges. Discover a rich diversity of exotic reptiles from the bizarre armoring of thorny devils to the wavering dances of bearded dragons then soar above sun burnt plains traversed by wild brumbies, camels and kangaroos and delight in the tranquility of Katherine Gorge a sanctuary for soaring wedge tailed eagles. Travel to tropical wetlands at the top End… mecca for thousands of water birds- egrets, brolgas, jabirus, magpie geese and many more. Experience the splendour of Kakadu and Arnhem Land and the sheer majesty of cascading waters at Twin Falls, Jim Jim Falls and Gunlom in the wet season. From stunning Rainbow Valley to the lush vegetation of Roper River and the unforgettable plant life of Red Lily Lagoon. This is a powerful and moving tribute to Australia’s Red Centre and Top End. From the makers of the award winning Panorama Australia series, a video without narration, a poetic reflection that will linger in your heart forever – Australia’s magnificent Northern Territory.
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A picture of life in the Tasmanian town of Launceston in the mid 1960s. Another instalment of the popular Life in Australia series. Made by the Commonwealth Film Unit 1966. Directed by Peter Young and John Edwards. The NFSA’s Cooee Cabaret will perform in Launceston on 3/2/2012. Cooee Cabaret is an original family cabaret show that weaves together iconic Australian songs and sound recordings, drawn from the NFSA’s Sounds of Australia registry. nfsa.gov.au www.nfsa.gov.au Do you know anyone in this film? Have any information about the making of the film or interesting facts? Please let us know.