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The stories of the disappearing pubs of Australia captured

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Devastated by the disappearance of iconic Aussie pubs across the country, former official NRL photographer Colin Whelan decided to set out on his motorbike and capture their stories.

In a hard cover book titled Pub Yarns, Colin shares the remarkable stories he uncovered from 50 of our nation’s country, bush and outback pubs.

Fairsy catches up with Colin this morning, hearing details of the pub, the whole pub, and nothing but the pub.

Image: Supplied

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