Awesome!!! an outstanding movie!
A must watch movie! definitely! 2hrs and 45minutes feel like 20minutes. You won't feel bored at all. It seems you want it more and more and this film really doesn't let you down. Set in a gorgeous Australia country as the film background with great cinematography. Scene after scene will keep you so excited and really into the movie. Great job by Baz Luhrmann, a director of Romeo & Juliet and Moulin Rouge!

A great feel good movie. It was fun spotting all the wonderful iconic Aussie actors. Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman were the perfect romantic pairing. It lifted your spirits visually and emotionally

Another awesome work from Nicole Kidman (Lady Sarah Ashley) . Ohhhh! I just adore her...maybe too much :-P pretty, pretty, pretty.... Just like other movies of hers - "The Other", "Invasion", "The Golden Compass" where we can watch her up, close and personally.
And our Mr Hugh Jackman (Grover)...OMG so handsome! and romantic :-) different from what we see him as Wolverine in X-men of course :-)

A review in Newsweek wrote that, "Kidman seems to blossom under Luhrmann's direction- she's funny, warm and charming, and the erotic charge between her and the gruff, hunky Jackman is delicious. In a solemn season, Australia's bold, kitschy, unapologetic artifice is a welcome respite".[

With a supporting role and a film's debut by a young ordinary boy Brandon Walter (Nullah), this movie become more interesting and powerful. Oh...he was just great, I think he stole the show with his acting for such a young lad.

The film is narrated by the young mixed-race Aboriginal boy, Nullah.

In 1939, Lady Sarah Ashley travels from England to northern Australia to force her philandering husband to sell his faltering Australian cattle station, Faraway Downs. Her husband sends an independent cattle drover, called simply "Drover", to Darwin to transport her to Faraway Downs.
Lady Sarah's husband is murdered shortly before she arrives. Meanwhile, cattle station manager Neil Fletcher
is trying to gain control of Faraway Downs, so that Lesley 'King' Carney can have a complete cattle monopoly in the Northern Territory, which will give him negotiating leverage with the Australian army. Fletcher also claims to Lady Sarah that the murderer of her husband is an Aboriginal elder with magical powers, "King George". The childless Lady Sarah is captivated by the young boy Nullah, who was born to an Aboriginal mother and an unknown white father. Nullah tells her that he has seen her cattle being driven onto Carney's land — in other words, stolen from her. Because of this, Fletcher mistreats Nullah and threatens him and his mother, after which Lady Sarah fires Fletcher and decides to try and run the cattle station herself. When Nullah and his mother hide from the white authorities by entering a water tower, his mother drowns. Lady Sarah comforts Nullah by singing the song "Over the rainbow"from the film The Wizard of Oz. Nullah tells her that "King George" is his grandfather, and that like "King George" he too is a "magic man".

I laughed and cried through the whole movie. And end up with more tears like a baby towards the end of this movie when Lady Sarah Ashley had finally accept the fate that she has to let go her beloved Nullah for 'Walkabout' - a call for an aboriginal boy to treasure his life....and he will return when the time has come.