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The Day Australia Changed Forever. 12 February, 2022. Protestors Ring Australia’s National Capital.

By John Stapleton. Photography by John Napper. They’ve come with their dogs. They’ve come with their kids. They’ve come with their hearts. There are an estimated 200,000 protestors on one Canberra campsite alone. Today is the Ground Zero of days;… Continue Reading →

The Largest Aussie Protest Gathering In History: As Seen from the Sky

Drone footage by Bailey and his Dad. Travelling from all states around Australia, including one lone driver from Perth who travelled 52 hours, the Convoy to Canberra is inundating the ACT like no event ever before seen in Australia’s history…. Continue Reading →

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