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    DD copy of 'crunch the crocodile' went through about 6 schools when we lived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    Do you have a National Geographic shop nearby? They have some lovely Australian type gifts. Might give you some ideas.
    never even thought of that shop thanks yes one not too far away

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    Quote Originally Posted by loving6 View Post
    DD copy of 'crunch the crocodile' went through about 6 schools when we lived.
    have heaps of books but will definintly look this one up

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    Quote Originally Posted by swizzlestick View Post
    How about some Aussie souvenir tea towels, or a recipe book of Aussie favourites (you could possibly make this yourself and copy to a USB then print it out and put together once there?) some photos of Australia put onto a DVD to watch through the tv or PC, a couple of akubra hats if your budget stretches that far. Or some fridge magnets. Some Australian aboriginal artifacts, like a boomerang for example? Or a painting/print that you can get framed once you are there. If I think of anymore I'll pop back. HTHs
    love these ideas I really ljke the idea of making own cook book I was thinking a boomerang are you allowed to take wood over though?

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    Apparently it's much easier to take wood out of the country than it is to bring it in

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    Apparently it's much easier to take wood out of the country than it is to bring it in
    oh true

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    think customs may have an issue but worth a try

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    What about a small book (we did it as a tea towel) about Australian slang. Though now thinking about it you might need to know their sense of humour first. We did it because my sil's parents were offended when my fil said 'come down the back and check out my beets'. She thought he was being very rude until we explained that he was growing beetroot!

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    if you were to get a book maybe get it online from a place that has free shipping (like bookdepository) and get it sent to the family so you dont have to have it in your suitcase?

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