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go walkabout

To wander an area in an aimless or casual manner. Primarily heard in Australia. I think they went walkabout, so I'm not sure when they'll be back.

go walkabout

wander around from place to place in a protracted or leisurely way.
In Australian English, a walkabout is a journey into the bush undertaken by an Aboriginal in order to live in a traditional manner and re-establish contact with spiritual sources.
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He added: "The two Apres bars were sold in an off-market deal to Intertain as we recognised they would be an ideal fit for their new style Walkabouts.
Nature conservation will remain an important part of Walkabout Creek and we will ensure it offers educational experiences that inspire, captivate and educate.
Walkabout spokesman Matt de Leon described the decision as "bewildering".
The Aspire Walkabout was originally a two-week service, where residents and staff could exercise at the Dome to escape the summer heat and to utilise any personal time during Ramadan.
This walkabout is the first of a number of walkabouts that we will be holding in Coventry and the other areas that we work in this year so look out for us coming to your neighbourhood soon.
Hoagland, Deputy Chief Mission US Embassy Islamabad appreciated the noble efforts of Walkabout Foundation, Mahvash and Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation and Special Talent Exchange Program (STEP).
CUTLINE; (1) National Park Service Ranger Chuck Arning leads a group during the July 14 Ranger Walkabout at Waters Farm.
We've teamed up with Walkabout to offer you a free sandwich or wrap, so why not pop down to your nearest Walkabout and have a free meal on us
The firm, which operates the Walkabout, Bar Risa and Jongleurs bar and restaurant chains including a Walkabout in Liverpool's Concert Square, estimates a listing costs at least pounds 200,000 a year.
THE owners of the Walkabout and Jongleurs chains issued a gloomy statement yesterday.
The mainstay Walkabout line is crafted from lightweight high-tech aluminum and now features increased weight capacity to 300 pounds and new frame colors.
The Gulf Coast WalkAbout program began after Jim Kielsmeier, president and CEO of the St.
Walkabout and Jongleurs owner Regent Inns yesterday said trading for the year had met expectations as it felt the positive impact of the World Cup.