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You had me at g'day...

23 Jan 2019 |  Uncategorised

This Australia Day we celebrate our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have been here for more than 65,000 years . We also celebrate those who have lived here for generations and those who have come from all corners of the globe to call our country home. This month we have put together some of our favourite, home-grown legends and share a few photographs that reflect why we love Australia so much. How lucky we are, to call this place home. Happy Australia Day everyone x

Aboriginal Mother and child. 1950. Photo by Threelions/Getty Images.

Cate Blanchett and Chris Hemsworth photographed in 2017 for Vogue Australia by Will Davidson.

Feather, in her mid 70’s, was photographed by Natalie Grono in Byron Bay’s Little Wategos Beach where she swims daily.

Nicole Kidman, photographed by Annie Leibovitz in 2003.

David Gulpilil arrives at the 4th Aacta Awards ceremony at The Star Casino. He won BeSt Lead Actor for his role in Charlie’s Country.

Artist John Olsen at home in his studio in 2016.

Cathy Freeman aged 21, photographed by Bill McAuley in 1994.

Musicians Angus and Julia Stone photographed by Jarno Kraayvanger.

Bondi sunrise. Aquabumps.

Fashion designers, Nicky and Simone Zimmermann.

Director Baz Luhrmann, photographed by Aldo Rossi in 2013.

The Australian Ballet.

Surfer Stephanie Gilmore.

Dawn Fraser, photographed in 1963 by David Moore.

Pop Star, Kylie Minogue.

A young Steve Irwin in a picture from a book by Irwin’s best man and mate, Tony Frisby.

Jeffrey Rush.

Indigenous Festival Photography by Wayne Quilliam.