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    by balhannah Updated May 22, 2014

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    As Cleve is situated in the middle of a big grain growing area, we saw plenty of Parrot's in the area.
    As is was getting late in the afternoon, Galahs were coming into Cleve to roost. Where did they choose? The tall Television antenna's on private homes. It was quite a sight!

    Why are the television antenna's so high? Reception is very poor, so the higher the aerial, the better chance of getting some channels on TV.

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    by balhannah Updated Jun 18, 2012

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    Observation Hill is known locally as 'Ticklebelly Hill'. This hill was used for spotting enemy aircraft during World War II, and was manned 24hours a day.
    At the lookout area, was a large white cross overlooking the town. School children had covered a table in mosaics and on the walls of the shelter shed were old photos.
    Also here, are 60 Silver Leaf Daisy plants that are on the endangered list.

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    by balhannah Updated Jun 18, 2012

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    Cleve is a town where I found quite a few Murals, not all of them painted, some of them were done in mosaic.

    A large Mural depicting the early agricultural history of the area was on the wall of a shop at the corner of Main Street and Fourth Street. It is known as the "Centenary of Federation Mural" and was painted during 2001.
    I found quite a few more that were really nice, these were located on the end of the Cleve Area school buildings, and on the RSL Hall, was a mosaic named 'Ballgowns & Ballgames', completed by year 10 Cleve Area School students in 2005.

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