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lights of Hobart reflected in the Derwent Estuary below Kunanyi, Mt Wellington Tasmania, Australia. Cool Places To Visit, Great Places, Australia Travel, Hobart Australia, Queensland Australia, Western Australia, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Beautiful World

Hobart vacations best places to visit - summervacationsin.com

Hobart vacations best places to visit - summervacationsin.com

Springs Hotel on Mount Wellington - built in 1900 Burnt down in the 1967 bushfires Old Pictures, Old Photos, Australian Continent, Largest Countries, Small Island, Tasmania, Continents, Family History, Old Houses

Olde Hobart Town

Springs Hotel on Mount Wellington - built in 1900 Burnt down in the 1967 bushfires

View of Tasman Bridge under construction with Hobart pontoon bridge still in place Australian Continent, Largest Countries, Small Island, Back In Time, Tasmania, Continents, Family History, Marina Bay Sands, Bridges

View of Tasman Bridge under construction with Hobart pontoon bridge still in place (1964)

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Bothwell: History, Convicts and Bushrangers My Family History, Local History, Tasmania, Continents, Barcelona Cathedral, Australia, Explore, World

Bothwell: History, Convicts & Bushrangers | think-tasmania.com

Bothwell, a small rural village, situated in the beautiful Clyde River Valley and gateway to the Central Plateau, is about an hour’s drive north of Hobart. Bothwell had its beginnings as early as 1807, when Thomas Laycock, a Lieutenant in the N.S.W. corps was sent by Lieut-Governor P. William Pa ...

Hobart's landmark Railway Roundabout was named "roundabout of the year" by an… Gold Coast Australia, Big Island, Tasmania, Van Life, Continents, Beautiful Places, Art Deco, Sculpture, Explore

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51 Likes, 3 Comments - ᴴᴬᵞᴰᴱᴺᵂᴬᴿᴺᴱᴿ|Australia Vanlife (@haydenseyes) on Instagram: “R O U N D A B O U T M O N U M E N T // Hobart has been awesome, welcoming and fun to explore. This…”

The rivulet in Hobart. Australian Continent, Largest Countries, Small Island, Tasmania, The Expanse, Continents, Family History, Old Photos, Trains

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The Charles Davis Company LTD Charles Davis established the business in 1847. It grew into one of Tasmania’s major business enterprises specialising in hardware materials. It stayed in the control of the Davis family until it was taken over in 1971 by Sir Donald Trescowthick. Under his management the company embarked on significant expansion and diversification. At various

I searched the name of Cearns Bros and found they were hairdressers and tobacconists in Hobart, Tasmania. London Street Photography, Australian Photography, Public Speaking Tips, How Lucky Am I, History Teachers, Struggle Is Real, Tasmania, Photography Women, Historical Sites

Street photography in Hobart, Tasmania - circa 1930s

I searched the name of Cearns Bros and found they were hairdressers and tobacconists in Hobart, Tasmania.

Battery Point in Hobart,Tasmania (year unknown). Tasmania Archives and Heritage Office. Van Diemen's Land, Le Moulin, Tasmania, Historical Photos, Continents, Britain, Trail, Louvre, Australia

Battery Point in Hobart,Tasmania (year unknown). Tasmania Archives and Heritage Office.

St John the Baptist Anglican Church in Buckland, between Hobart and the east coast. You can actually go inside and see the gorgeous stained glass windows. Anglican Church, John The Baptist, Tasmania, Stained Glass Windows, Southeast Asia, East Coast, Wonderful Places, Scenery, Australia

Buckland Tasmania: Holy Goodness | think-tasmania.com

Buckland is one of those towns easily missed. There's a sign marking its existence between Sorell and Orford. To the north of the Tasman Highway is Ye Olde Buckland Inn, the town's hotel, and a roadhouse serving petrol and take-away food. But for those paying attention and looking to t ...