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Your Great Australians

In your eyes, who is the person that best epitomises what it means to be Australian? Vote for your favourite, or add your own, then share with your friends.

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Comedian and LGBTQI campaigner Magda Szubanski   
2
Wildlife warrior Steve Irwin   
3
Indigenous pioneer Pat O'Shane   
Burns surgeon Fiona Wood   
Blind indigenous musician Gurrumul   
Indigenous land rights campaigner Eddie Mabo   
Nazi foe Nancy ''The White Mouse'' Wake   
Former PM Gough Whitlam   
Philanthropist billionaire miner Andrew Forrest   
Olympic swimming legend Ian Thorpe   
Cricket legend Sir Donald Bradman   
Bush poet Banjo Patterson   
War hero Sir Edward ''Weary'' Dunlop   

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Derek, about 1 year ago:
I am great
George, about 1 year ago:
What's up Thomas?
George, about 1 year ago:
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Thomas, about 1 year ago:
Hello
Thomas, about 1 year ago:
Great!
DJC, about 1 year ago:
Groovy!
George, about 1 year ago:
Message board active from June 2018

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