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walkabout

1. a periodic nomadic excursion into the Australian bush made by a native Australian
2. go walkabout Austral to wander through the bush
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Walkabout aims to deliver the "awesome spirit of Australia" in its bars.
Residents raised their concerns with Coun Linda Hemmer, UKIP member for the Fellgate and Hedworth ward, during an estate walkabout.
Member for Ashgrove Campbell Newman said the community was invited to have its say on the revitalisation of three Queensland nature-based visitor centres, including Walkabout Creek, as part of the Government s strong plan to grow the State s tourism industry.
The offer's valid until tomorrow, Monday April 1, so fill in the voucher below and get yourself down to your local Walkabout with the girls.
And, if you can't watch the action live at the Millennium Stadium, Walkabout is the only place to catch it - giant HD screens and TVs make sure that you won't miss a single try, and the atmosphere will be incredible
Solicitor Niall McCann told the hearing at the town hall that, if successful in their application, Walkabout would invest PS300,000 into the Corporation Road bar to make it a "state of the art venue for the 21st Century".
Hundreds of participants have flocked to utilise the indoor space of the dome since the opening of the Aspire Walkabout.
Residents can join staff on the walkabout, which will start at 11am at Hans Close before moving onto Henrietta Street.
Andrew Weil will kick-off the Walkabout in NYC on March 27th.
Coun Glynis Barrie, the council's cabinet member for safer communities, said: "Estate walkabouts such as these are a great way for us to find out about the issues that really matter to our communities.
Walkabout is a fantastic place to let your hair down after a hard week at the office.
The firm, which operates the Walkabout, Bar Risa and Jongleurs bar and restaurant chains including a Walkabout in Liverpool's Concert Square, estimates a listing costs at least pounds 200,000 a year.