'Skippy, Australia's most famous kangaroo, is hopping back to the world's television screens in a brand new 39 episode children's series', heralds this bi-fold flyer, printed to promote the 1991
The Skippy reboot The Adventures of Skippy ran for 39 episodes in 1991 and starred Andrew Clarke.
Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown (1998– 99) was a completely new spin-off and bore little, if any, resemblance to the original Skippy series.
Situated in Mosman, on the north shore of Sydney, Taronga Park Zoo was officially opened on 7 October 1916.
Amateur documentary apparently sourced from a large collection of mostly kodachrome colour home movies.
Fifty surprising, heartwarming and weirdly wonderful items from the NFSA collection.
Kangaroos are hunted in the bush to be collected for museums and zoos. A kangaroo hide is presented to the camera. Kangaroos hop into a fenced enclosure and are trapped there.
Willie Wombat was produced by Eric Porter – Australia’s first career animator – to promote the Commonwealth Savings Bank of Australia’s School Banking program. Willie lounges and plays
When two Aboriginal men take her by the arms to lead her away from a contaminated waterhole, Clancy is initially scared.
A confused and lost Clancy (Liza Goddard) wanders through the bush, followed by a group of Aboriginal men (members of the Aboriginal Theatre from Yirrkala, Arnhem Land) with uncertain intent.