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Crikey Australian quotes by Jeremy Heimans
#1. From the age of 8, I was running media campaigns on global issues back home in Australia. I was ever so slightly precocious. I would meet with senior Australian government officials, including the prime minister and foreign minister, proposing various solutions to third-world debt and malnutrition. #Quote by Jeremy Heimans
Crikey Australian quotes by Australian Aboriginal
#2. Those who stop dreaming are lost. #Quote by Australian Aboriginal
Crikey Australian quotes by Terri Irwin
#3. Always, during both the low points and high points in our lives, if we needed to escape, we went bush. We were so lucky to share a passion for wildlife experiences. Tasmania, the beautiful island state off the southern coast of Australia, became one of our favorite wildlife hot spots.
We so loved Tassie's unique wildlife and spectacular wilderness areas that we resolved to establish a conservation property there. Wes and Steve scouted the whole island (in between checking out the top secret Tasmanian surf spots), looking for just the right land for us to purchse.
Part of our motivation was that we did not want to see the Tasmanian devil go the way of the thylacine, the extinct Tasmanian tiger. A bizarre-looking animal, it was shaped like a large log, with a tail and a pouch like a kangaroo. It had been pushed off of the Australian mainland (probably by the dingo) thousands of years ago, but it was still surviving in Tasmania into the 1930s.
There exists some heartbreaking black-and-white film footage of the only remaining known Tassie tiger in 1936, as the last of the thylacines paces its enclosure. Watching the film is enough to make you rededicate your life to saving wildlife. #Quote by Terri Irwin
Crikey Australian quotes by Matthew Hayden
#4. You never want an Australian with his back against the wall. You put any 12 blokes together and you'll get a job done. Whether it's getting a bogged four-wheel-drive off the beach or standing in front of a cricket wicket and making sure we're in a dominant position. It's the same dog, different leg action, so to speak. #Quote by Matthew Hayden
Crikey Australian quotes by Yevgeny Kafelnikov
#5. I'd accomplished everything I had set out to do - winning the French and Australian Opens, the Olympic gold medal and the Davis Cup. So I said to myself: 'Why don't you try another year and see if you can enjoy your tennis like you did once?' And I've been doing it. #Quote by Yevgeny Kafelnikov
Crikey Australian quotes by Nick Park
#6. There is something about the Australian psyche that seems to like films that are slightly offbeat. #Quote by Nick Park
Crikey Australian quotes by Bob Hawke
#7. By 1990, no Australian child will be living in poverty. #Quote by Bob Hawke
Crikey Australian quotes by Eric Abetz
#8. Am I conservative? Yes, I am. I would have thought conservative is very much middle of the road, representative of the aspirational values of the Australian people. The extreme right has connotations with it that I would never seek to identify with. #Quote by Eric Abetz
Crikey Australian quotes by Hayley Hasselhoff
#9. An Australian girl size 12 and a Swedish girl size 12 are completely different, just because of the way they're formed. It's becoming this worldwide movement because people are getting it. We all have two different parents; we're not supposed to look the same. It's ridiculous. #Quote by Hayley Hasselhoff
Crikey Australian quotes by Kevin Rudd
#10. Well Australia's been in Afghanistan from the get go, way back in 2001, but we have been resolute throughout and with support from both sides of Australian politics. #Quote by Kevin Rudd
Crikey Australian quotes by Billy Marshall Stoneking
#11. The burning off and the gathering together are one. #Quote by Billy Marshall Stoneking
Crikey Australian quotes by M.L. Stedman
#12. Point Partageuse got its name from French explorers who mapped the cape that jutted from the south-western corner of the Australian continent well before the British dash to colonize the west began in 1826. Since then, settlers had trickled north from Albany and south from the Swan River Colony, laying claim to the virgin forests in the hundreds of miles between. Cathedral-high trees were felled with handsaws to create grazing pasture; scrawny roads were hewn inch by stubborn inch by pale-skinned fellows with teams of shire horses, as this land, which had never before been scarred by man, was excoriated and burned, mapped and measured and meted out to those willing to try their luck in a hemisphere which might bring them desperation, death, or fortune beyond their dreams. #Quote by M.L. Stedman
Crikey Australian quotes by Nick Minchin
#13. It is absolutely outrageous that a spin doctor for Labor's NBN Co is being paid $450,000 per annum by Australian taxpayers to promote a company that generates no revenue, has no customers and provides no services to anybody #Quote by Nick Minchin
Crikey Australian quotes by Edmund Campion
#14. If he had given away anything else, he would have been charged with indecent exposure. #Quote by Edmund Campion
Crikey Australian quotes by Nick Cave
#15. If you're Australian, you feel it in your bones because you're at odds with everybody else, except other Australians, in the sense that people always seem to be behaving strangely. People always seem to be behaving the wrong way, in a different way. You say things and there are silences. #Quote by Nick Cave
Crikey Australian quotes by Alan Marshall
#16. If a bloke gave you a hundred quid for a book you can bet your life it's his way, but if all the poor and suffering people raise their hats to you for writing it - that's different; it makes it worthwhile then. #Quote by Alan Marshall
Crikey Australian quotes by Courtney Barnett
#17. I grew up listening to Nirvana and then went through some bad '90s pop stuff - a lot of Australian one-hit wonders. #Quote by Courtney Barnett
Crikey Australian quotes by Anthony Albanese
#18. Australian seafarers make an important contribution to national security in a country with thousands of kilometres of uninhabited coastline. #Quote by Anthony Albanese
Crikey Australian quotes by Rachel Griffiths
#19. I grew up on cricket and I think Australian kids are getting so Americanized, you know? #Quote by Rachel Griffiths
Crikey Australian quotes by Noel Clarke
#20. I was offered and accepted a part in 'A Few Best Men,' and then the Australian actor's union argued that there were too many British actors. And the director decided to lose me. #Quote by Noel Clarke
Crikey Australian quotes by Peter Hartcher
#21. These are but two, telling examples of the sad priorities in Australian affairs. The leaders entrusted to protect the country's place in the world are the same people who have to protect their own positions in power. High policy must compete for time and attention with low politics, as well as domestic policy. The big matters are commonly crowded out by the small. International policy is used for domestic point-scoring. #Quote by Peter Hartcher
Crikey Australian quotes by James Sinclair
#22. A Safety Travel with Sinclair James International

Traveling to somewhere completely foreign to you may be challenging but that is what travelers always look for. It can be a good opportunity to find something new and discover new places, meet new people and try a different culture. However, it can involve a lot of risk as well. You may be surprised to find yourself naked and penniless on the side of the road trying to figure out what you did wrong. These kinds of situations come rarely when you are careful and cautious enough but it is not impossible.

Sinclair James International Travel and Tours, your Australian based traveling guide can help you travel safely through the following tips:

1. Pack all Security Items
In case of emergencies, you should have all the safety tools and security items with you. Carry a card with your name and number with you and don't forget to scribble down the numbers of local police station, fire department, list of hospitals and other necessary numbers that you may need. Place them in each compartment and on your pockets. If ever you find yourself being a victim of pick pocketing in Manila, Philippines or being driven around in circles in the streets of Bangkok, Thailand, you will definitely find these numbers very helpful. It is also advisable to put your name and an emergency number in case you are in trouble and may need someone else to call.

2. Protect your Passport
Passports nowadays have #Quote by James Sinclair
Crikey Australian quotes by Lupe Fiasco
#23. With Australian audiences, there's a certain level of education - as far as how much access and exposure they have to music from various genres. So when you do 'Big Day Out' and there are all these different musical acts, you see the same people in your crowd that were there for a completely different artist. #Quote by Lupe Fiasco
Crikey Australian quotes by Cathy Freeman
#24. I made my first Australian senior team when I was 16, first Olympics when I was 19, and I retired. I'm 32, I retired four years ago, so a good third of my life or nearly a third of my life has been all about running. #Quote by Cathy Freeman
Crikey Australian quotes by Bryan Brown
#25. Because I like theatre and I love a challenge. With 'ZEBRA!' I've found a new Australian play where I can create a character first - that's what I live to do. #Quote by Bryan Brown
Crikey Australian quotes by Richard Flanagan
#26. If 30 Australians drowned in Sydney Harbour, it would be a national tragedy. But when 30 or more refugees drown off the Australian coast, it is a political question. #Quote by Richard Flanagan
Crikey Australian quotes by Ethel Turner
#27. None of the seven is really good, for the excellent reason that Australian children never are. #Quote by Ethel Turner
Crikey Australian quotes by Cathy Freeman
#28. I have been told many times that when I win I make my people proud to be Australian. I am Aboriginal, I am one of them and every time I win or am honoured like this it should be an example to Aboriginal people who may think they have nowhere to go but down. But more importantly I am an Australian and I would like to make all Australians feel proud to be Australian. Ours is a truly multicultural society and should be united as such. I would like to believe that my successes are celebrated by all Australians, bringing our nation together. #Quote by Cathy Freeman
Crikey Australian quotes by Hugh Mackay
#29. If I were asked about what to do about the level of insecurity and anxiety in contemporary Australian society, I wouldn't start with politics and I wouldn't say too much about terrorism. I'd suggest as a first step, that you invite the neighbours over for a drink this weekend. Today a drink, tomorrow a barbeque, pretty soon, a community. #Quote by Hugh Mackay
Crikey Australian quotes by Kevin Rudd
#30. By 2050, the Australian population is expected to grow from 22 million to 36 million. That increase alone will put huge pressure on our towns and our cities. We will need more homes, more roads, more rail lines, more hospitals, more schools, just to accommodate so many Australians. #Quote by Kevin Rudd
Crikey Australian quotes by Tony Abbott
#31. Another big problem with any Australian emissions reduction scheme is that it would not make a material difference to atmospheric carbon concentrations unless the big international polluters had similar schemes. #Quote by Tony Abbott
Crikey Australian quotes by Alan Garner
#32. From my differing awareness, I sense something you may not yet. Especially among artists...resistance is growing. Conciousness is on the move. Something is at work in the world: a general recognition of the crisis of the spirit, of the banal and shoddy, in human affairs. It is universal and it must be met. Recently, an Australian Aboriginal shaman warned me: 'The Great Serpent has woken. Jarapiri stirs. The earth shakes. And the warriors are gathering. #Quote by Alan Garner
Crikey Australian quotes by Susie Duncan Sexton
#33. Oh, you poor, dear, old boy…come here for a pat on the head." We encountered a very ancient-appearing, dejected Australian Shepherd mix of a dog whose eyes squinted tightly as he faced into the frigid gusts and who shyly skittered the opposite direction as we approached him. #Quote by Susie Duncan Sexton
Crikey Australian quotes by Alan Sepinwall
#34. Once upon a time, mystery fans had to solve puzzles on their own; now, you not only didn't need to be the one to solve it, you didn't even need to be hanging around on the website where someone else had solved it. An Ana Lucia flashback episode in the second season showed Jack's father, Christian, visiting a blonde Australian woman. Not long after it aired, I saw someone on the Television Without Pity message boards passing along a theory they had read on a different site suggesting that this woman was Claire's mother, that Christian was her father, and that Jack and Claire were unwitting half-siblings. I hadn't connected those dots myself, but the theory immediately made sense to me. When I interviewed Cuse that summer, he mentioned Christian Shephard, and I said, "And he's Claire's father, too, right?" Cuse looked like he was about to have a heart attack. #Quote by Alan Sepinwall
Crikey Australian quotes by Geordie Williamson
#35. The e-reading revolution may have reached our shores this year but it has yet to reckon with Australia's summer holidays. Intense sunlight plays havoc with screens and the sand invades every nook and cranny, so as convenient and sexy as your new iPad may be, the battered paperback, its pages pocked and swollen from contact with briny hands, will likely remain the beach format of choice for a few years yet. #Quote by Geordie Williamson
Crikey Australian quotes by John Terraine
#36. The Australian divisions and the New Zealanders had become what they were to remain for the rest of the war the spearhead of the British Army #Quote by John Terraine
Crikey Australian quotes by Richie Benaud
#37. 'Mullygrubber' is an Australian term which means something that creeps along the ground; it's like a little grub. #Quote by Richie Benaud
Crikey Australian quotes by George Megalogenis
#38. journalists fea their loss of authority in the digital age will undermine their ability to hold government to account. Yet the government has much more to worry about because the internet has empowered vested interests, and Oppositions, in a way that effectively cancel an election result within weeks of the final ballot being counted. p236 #Quote by George Megalogenis
Crikey Australian quotes by Kevin Rudd
#39. No diplomatic intervention will ever be made by any government that I lead in support of any individual terrorist's life. We have only indicated in the past, and will maintain a policy in the future, of intervening diplomatically in support of Australian nationals who face capital sentences abroad. #Quote by Kevin Rudd
Crikey Australian quotes by Doris Pilkington
#40. These people who were used to walking around the desert without clothing could not understand why or what covering one's nakedness had to do with the seeking and the acceptance of food and sanctuary. #Quote by Doris Pilkington
Crikey Australian quotes by John Howard
#41. The 'black armband' view of our history reflects a belief that most Australian history since 1788 has been little more than a disgraceful story of imperialism, exploitation, racism, sexism and other forms of discrimination. I take a very different view. I believe that the balance sheet of our history is one of heroic achievement and that we have achieved much more as a nation of which we can be proud of than which we should be ashamed. #Quote by John Howard

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