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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.
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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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Access to Gwen Stefani's performance is included with all three-day race tickets (from SGD498) or Saturday Zone 4 Walkabout ticket (from SGD188).
In 2016, the Duchess of Cambridge told (https://www.vanityfair.com/style/2016/03/kate-middleton-teased-by-family-walkabouts) Vanity Fair , "There's a real art to walkabouts, everybody teases me in the family that I spend far too long chatting.
'A lot of people I met during my walkabouts said they knew about the logo's debut.
To say goodbye to Walkabout in style, staff say there'll be one last hurrah on New Year's Eve.
Looking at a cardboard menu featuring nachos, potato skins and something called the Walkabout Platter on a Sunday evening is akin to being a pirate looking at a map which says, "Here Be Danger".
Walkabout's new food menu will also be on offer, with a selection of light bites, main meals, sharing dishes and party platters, along with a new drinks menu that includes craft beers, wines and m jam jar cocktails.
The Walkabout bar has reopened after a PS450,000 refit
The Apres bars in Solihull and Lichfield will be refurbished and re-open as Walkabouts in September in time for the Rugby World Cup after a PS1 million refit.
Coun Hemmer was accompanied on her regular estate walkabout by newly-elected UKIP member Coun Norman Dennis, who won the Westoe ward in South Shields for the party earlier this month.
Member for Ashgrove Campbell Newman said the community was invited to have its say on the revitalisation of three Queensland nature-based visitor centres, including Walkabout Creek, as part of the Government s strong plan to grow the State s tourism industry.
The offer's valid until tomorrow, Monday April 1, so fill in the voucher below and get yourself down to your local Walkabout with the girls.
And, if you can't watch the action live at the Millennium Stadium, Walkabout is the only place to catch it - giant HD screens and TVs make sure that you won't miss a single try, and the atmosphere will be incredible!
At the time Walkabout spokesman Matt de Leon described the decision as "bewildering".
Open to all, the Walkabout, inside the Aspire Dome, got underway on August 7 and is open daily between 4 and 6 pm and from 8 to midnight for both male and female adults.
RESIDENTS of two estates in Coventry can highlight any concerns about everything from anti-social behaviour to fly-tipping with a walkabout next week.