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Fierce Girls
From skaters to singers, mountaineers to Mars mission-leaders. From the deep blue sea to the dark, black skies. Australia is full of girls who dare to do things differently. Adventurous girls. Girls with guts and spirit. Girls who stand-up and say, "watch out world, here I come!". Do you know what they are? They're FIERCE. These are their stories. Join the amazing Amy Shark, Julie Bishop, Yael Stone and more as they tell the inspiring tales of some of Australia's most extraordinary women.
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4.5 stars from 3,900 ratings
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Mylotys7 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/15/21
Love it
Hey fierce girls try to ignore alll those haters your doing great your podcast is inspiring I listen to it all the time in the car p.s can you please do a podcast on molly Daniels
the pug274 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/14/21
For the people who are asking for Malala Yousafai and other non Australians - I think they only do Australian Fierce Girls. 😀😊🤩
KitKat_Smartie via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/14/21
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