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On 10/12/2021 at 5:17 AM, shazdwn said:

I was voting for the gouldian finch

 

 

another worthy candidate too!!

 

Sydney is opened!! well at least for citizens and PRs for now..... @shazdwn @elefromoz does this mean you can sneak to Sydney for international travel? 

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On 10/16/2021 at 10:22 AM, Kitsafari said:

Sydney is opened!! well at least for citizens and PRs for now..... @shazdwn @elefromoz does this mean you can sneak to Sydney for international travel?

Well yes we can go, but, can't get back across the border home again, sigh....

 

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wow look at that fairywren. and such a cute tawny chick. 

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Some really interesting birds!

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On 10/16/2021 at 11:52 AM, Kitsafari said:

 

Sydney is opened!! well at least for citizens and PRs for now..... @shazdwn @elefromoz does this mean you can sneak to Sydney for international travel? 

 

Same as @elefromoz- we can get out but to get back in would mean 2 weeks quarantine as a guest of the Northern Territory Government.  Word is come December we will be allowed to travel (not necessarily internationally - not clear yet) with one week quarantine at home when we get back if you are vaccinated.  Better but still puts a dampener on things.  I would head overseas tomorrow if I didn't have to quarantine but my husband is more cautious - so no overseas travel for us until late 2022 at the earliest I think. 

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