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Australind Train

Australind train

The Transwa Australind is a diesel railcar train operated by Transwa that runs between Perth, Western Australia, and the south-west city of Bunbury on the South Western Railway (Western Australia). The Australind fleet consists of three powered railcars ADP101, ADP102 and ADP103, with two non-driving trailers ADQ121 and ADQ122. These units form one railcar with an ADP car at each end, and the two ADQ cars in the center. The remaining ADP car is normally stowed at the maintenance depot for servicing.

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Karri

karri forest

Eucalyptus diversicolor, commonly known as the Karri, is a eucalypt which is native to the wetter regions of south west of Western Australia. The tree grows to 90 metres, making it one of the tallest species in the world. It has white to cream bark that changes to brown as it matures. The trunk extends straight up with no secondary trunks: in mature trees branches will be present in the top third of the tree only.

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Lilac Hibiscus

Alyogyne Huegelii - Lilac Hibiscus

Alyogyne huegelii is a flowering plant commonly named Lilac Hibiscus, found in the Southwest botanical province of Western Australia, extending along its entire coastline. The large flower, highly variable in colour, is similar to that of Hibiscus.

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Pink Fairy Orchid

pink fairy orchid

The Pink Fairy Orchid (Caladenia latifolia) is species of orchid found across southern Australia. The flowers may be solitary or in an inflorescence of a few flowers and appear during August – October.

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Wallaby

wallaby

A wallaby is an informal designation generally used for any macropod that is smaller than a kangaroo or wallaroo that has not been given some other name. The name wallaby comes from the Eora Aboriginal tribe who were the original inhabitants of the Sydney area. Young wallabies are known as “joeys”, like many other marsupials. Wallabies are widely distributed across Australia, particularly in more remote, heavily timbered, or rugged areas

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Thongs

Thongs

Thongs (flip-flops) are an open type of outdoor footwear, consisting of a flat sole held loosely on the foot by a Y-shaped strap, like a thin thong, that passes between the first (big) and second toes and around either side of the foot. Unlike sandals, thongs do not secure the ankle.

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Leschenaultia

leschenaultia biloba

Lechenaultia is a genus of plants in the Goodeniaceae family. Some species of this genus are used like ornamental plants. Lechenaultia species are diverse in form, they may appear as trees, shrubs, or small herbaceous plants.

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Prospector Train

Prospector train

The Transwa Prospector is a standard-gauge passenger train operated by Transwa that runs between Perth, Western Australia, and the Goldfields town of Kalgoorlie. The new Prospector railcars feature air conditioned saloons, reclining seats, an entertainment system and standard mains power outlets for passengers to connect laptops and other equipment during the journey.

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Banksia Grandis

Banksia Grandis

Banksia grandis, commonly known as Bull Banksia, Giant Banksia or Mangite, is a common and distinctive tree in South West Western Australia. The flowers of Banksia grandis were known as mangyt, pulgarla or Bool gal la by the Indigenous peoples who live within its range. The flowers were steeped in water or sucked to obtain nectar.

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vanilla slice

vanilla slice

The Mille-feuille, vanilla slice, cream slice, custard slice, also known as the Napoleon, is a pastry originating in France. In Australia, it is called a “vanilla slice”, or “cream slice”, and is filled with vanilla custard. It usually has only a top and bottom pastry layer. The sweet is often dusted with icing sugar, or topped with a plain or passionfruit flavoured icing.

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