Life in Australia: Brisbane

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Life in Australia: Brisbane screen title.

Documentary (1964)

Eric Thompson (Productor)
Robert Parker (Director)
Gordon Wraxall (Sound Engineer)
Martin Long (Music)

Episode 1 of the Life in Australia series.
This series was made to encourage immigration to Australia and to highlight the various social activities, employment and educational opportunities and lifestyles of the various cities and regional centres throughout Australia. This film shows an idyllic picture of life in the Queensland capital of Brisbane in the mid 1960s.

Also from this series:
Australian Commonwealth Film Unit

Gloster Meteor F. 8 & Lockheed F-94C Starfire

FROG 1/72 Gloster Meteor 8 re-issued in 1963 (first Airfix kit only in 1970)
1/48 Lindberg F-94C Starfire. A third model kit is hidden near the microscope : low wing aircraft fixed landing gear with two underwing stores just outside the trousers (not a Junkers Ju 87).


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