Boy sitting on the bonnet of a car bogged down in mud from the 1925 flood at Innisfail, Queensland. History Queensland

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Boy sitting on the bonnet of a car bogged down in mud from the 1925 flood at Innisfail, Queensland, Australia.

There were eleven ships in the First Fleet. They were all small ships that included two naval ships, six convict ships and three storeships for supplies. This is a picture of the flagship Sirius, which carried Captain Aurthur Philip first govermor of NSW. It was wrecked off Norfolk Island in 1790 and its wreck was given National Heritage status in 2011.

The wreck of a First Fleet ship which once carried Governor Phillip has been given National Heritage status.

Roots in Austraila

ESL Lesson: Around Australia Map (Cardinal points & prepositions to describe location on a map) - Australian Curriculum Lessons

The First Fleet's welcome into Sydney Harbour was a wet one, according to new research. Painting detail..John Allcott

First Fleet in Sydney Harbour.

The Charlotte Medal...the Charlotte was one of the six convict ships in the First Fleet. The ship's surgeon,John White, had convict Thomas Barrett(forger), engrave this silver medal as a memento.

The Charlotte Medal.the Charlotte was one of the six convict ships in the First Fleet. The ship's surgeon, John White, had convict Thomas Barrett (forger), engrave this silver medal as a memento.

Government censorship protecting you from reality

Government censorship protecting you from reality.

Captain Arthur Phillip and the First Fleet arriving in Sydney Cove 1788

Sydney Cove with First Fleet Flagship Sirius at anchor

The end of imperial currency. February 14 1966.

Before decimal currency we had pounds, shillings and pence. I remember toffees with threepence in the bottom and threepences in the Christmas pudding.

New Holland ~ Terra Australis Spiritos.. The Great South Land Of The Holy Spirit..

Nouvelle Hollande, This old French map of Australia from 1801 is more accurate…

Australia Day commemorates the landing of the first fleet, 26 January 1788

Australia Day commemorates the landing of the first fleet, 26 January 1788

A comprehensive listing of Convicts, Marines, Seamen, Officers, Wives, Children, and Ships. On 13 May 1787, 11 ships set out from England on an 8-month voyage to Australia. About 1350 men, women & children left England with the First Fleet. Their names, status & the ships in which they journeyed are the subject matter of this book.

A comprehensive listing of Convicts, Marines, Seamen, Officers, Wives, Children, and Ships. On 13 May 1787, 11 ships set out from England on an 8-month voyage to Australia. About 1350 men, women & children left England with the First Fleet. Their names, status & the ships in which they journeyed are the subject matter of this book.

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In terms of the spaceship Earth the wrong crew is in command and it is time for a mutiny

Fellowship Of First Fleeters

Fellowship of First Fleeters, members web site

HMS Sirius memorial at the Maritime Museum at Kingston, Norfolk Island. The ship that brought the first transported prisoners and marine contingent to Australia was wrecked when bringing a group of prisoners and marines to Norfolk Island. All aboard the ship were saved, but they were cut off from the main colony, aside from the smaller ship the Supply. Norfolk Island was thought to be more fertile, but the colony still were desperate for food.

HMS Sirius memorial at the Maritime Museum at Kingston, Norfolk Island. The ship that brought the first transported prisoners and marine contingent to Australia was wrecked when bringing a group of prisoners and marines to Norfolk Island. All aboard the ship were saved, but they were cut off from the main colony, aside from the smaller ship the Supply. Norfolk Island was thought to be more fertile, but the colony still were desperate for food.

Fellowship Of First Fleeters

Fellowship of First Fleeters, members web site

#OnThisDay in #History January 18 1788 - The First Fleet Arrives in Botany Bay, Australia http://www.mapsofworld.com/on-this-day/

May The First Fleet leaves for Australia. 11 ships left England for Australia

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