The services that come to us very easily are ‘hard-to-avail’ for the people who live in the farthest reaches of the land down under. To overcome the physical isolation of these farthest areas, there are some services to help them in emergencies and in their daily lives. The commemorative stamps of 2001 honour these services on them!
Let’s have a look at the last stamps of the series:
Royal Flying Doctor Service: The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) is a non-profit charitable service which provides emergency and primary health care services to people of the regional and remote Australia. This aero-medical outback service is depicted on the 45c stamp by featuring a plane and an ambulance which are vital to the delivery of these services.