Alina Tang is an artist originally from Perth, Western Australia and currently based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She works across printmaking, illustration, and floriography for exhibitions, collaborative projects, and commissions. In June 2018 she relocated from her home town for a new adventure and chapter in life in […]
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Simon Murphy is an international award-winning Dutch-based conductor and violist with a special interest in the music of the 18th century. Born in Sydney, Simon now lives in The Netherlands. On his new album, JET SET! Classical Glitterati (Pentatone, 2019), Murphy performs Zelter’s Viola Concerto in E-Flat alongside […]
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Australian author Andy Griffiths is touring the Netherlands in February 2019 to share his new book, the 104-Storey Treehouse.
For around 10 years now, I’ve been building the Dutch Australian community via a Facebook Page. I am now also starting a Dutch Australian group so that this community can interact even more with each other. So there will now be two Dutch Australian locations on Facebook: Group: […]
The Invictus Games is an international adaptive sporting event for wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women, both serving and veteran. In 2018 it took place in Sydney and in 2020 it is coming to The Hague.
Henry van Zanden has recently published a new book: The Lost White Tribes of Australia Part Two: Individuals of an Alien White Race to follow his earlier book, 1629 Mutiny on the Batavia.
This week a team of researchers from TU Delft, Van Oord and CSIRO are travelling to the Great Barrier Reef to test a new method for the large-scale rehabilitation of coral.
I’ve been writing articles on this Dutch Australian website since 2011. It’s time for a new layout.
The Biesland Dagen farm festival in The Hague, the Netherlands, has become an annual fixture in our family calendar.