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    My Country by Dorothea Mackeller

    The love of field and coppice Of green and shaded lanes, Of ordered woods and gardens Is running in your veins. Strong love of grey-blue distance, Brown streams and...

    The Rouseabout by Thomas Edward Spencer

    In a humble hut, on a scrubby flat, Near the land of the setting sun, Lived a simple but honest rouseabout, Who rejoiced in the name of...

    Santa Claus in the Bush by Banjo Paterson

    It chanced out back at the Christmas time, When the wheat was ripe and tall, A stranger rode to the farmer's gate — A sturdy man and...

    The Bush Fire by Henry Lawson

    Henry Lawson is one of Australia's best known bush poets and writers. He was born on the 17th of June 1867 at Grenfell Goldfields,...

    The Topaz Track by Claude Morris

    Claude Morris, was a bush poet, born in Watsonville, North Queensland in 1908. He grew up on the Tablelands and many of his poems,...

    Said Hanrahan by John O’Brien

    This poem was written in 1919 and is 110 years old it is still as relevant to us today as it was when it...

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