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Australia's Bush Orchestra is an Australian bush theme park at Moruya on the south coast of New South Wales. The theme of this tourist attraction are 14 great historical Christian leaders since the time of Christ. These are people who saw peoples and nations won to Christ. Their stories are on plaques and their busts are carved into slices of ironbark which are encased in concrete slabs for weather protection. These plaques and busts are placed in beautiful locations throughout the ironbark forest. The walk is called, "IRONBARK WALK" and takes no more than 40 minutes with thoughtful contemplation. It is called "Australia's Bush Orchestra" due to the wonderful bird life and the bellbirds that sing from dawn to dusk. Other attractions include a 20 minute rainforest walk, the 1851-1872 Bushranger and Araluen Gold Rush Display, A 26 book cover display, the gardens and picnic areas, and the souvenirs which are available. Tourists can even purchase the video which includes the walks and the 14 great historical Christian leaders. Laminated copies of the plaques can also be purchased either singularly or in a set. The Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) has filmed it for their Compass program. The person behind Australia's Bush Orchestra is Dr Mark Tronson, a Baptist Minister, and chaplain to the Australian Cricket Board. Phone enquiries - 61 44 743554 Fax enquiries - 61 44 744869 Site address - Australia's Bush Orchestra, Ted Hunt Tce, MORUYA. Everyone is welcome.

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