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Emma Gorge, El Questro National Park, Western Hidden amongst butterfly-filled trees and vines you'll find the green/blue hues of Emma Gorge's waterhole, an ideal setting for a refreshing swim! Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Places To Travel, Places To See, Travel Destinations, Australia Destinations, Travel Route, Kimberly Australia

Perth to Broome 'Coastal Bliss'

Kalbarri's gorges, Ningaloo's coral reefs, spectacular sunsets and outback adventures await you on an unforgettable 16 Day Perth to Broome self-drive package.

“Here is a map of all the fires burning in Australia. Here also is a map of Australia overlaid on Europe. Western Australia, Australia Travel, Australia Pics, Visit Australia, Melbourne Australia, South Australia, Big Country, Historical Maps, Tasmania

Wanderlust Tasmania & Link Party - My Brown Paper Packages

Read Wanderlust Tasmania and what I'd love to do and see when I go. Join in this weeks travel link party with any travel related post. #wednesdaywanderlust

Australian coins before 14 th February 1966 I still have lot's of the old coins in Adelaide Kane, Australian Money, Australian Vintage, Coin Dealers, Foreign Coins, Old Money, Thinking Day, World Coins, Rare Coins

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Out go the pennies...... On the 14 th February 1966 I wish the US would follow suit and stop making pennies especially since it takes more to make them than they're worth! : )

Aboriginal Art of the Kimberleys, West Australia: Bradshaw Paintings, named after the Joseph Bradshaw who was the first European to discover them in Scientists believe they are years old. Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Art, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Religions Du Monde, Australian Aboriginals, Arte Tribal, Medieval, Ancient Mysteries

Aboriginal Art of the Kimberleys

This is a record of the aboriginal art, including Bradshaw figures, discovered during part of a bushwalking trip from the Berkeley River to the King George River and then to the Drysdale River in the Kimberley region of northern Western Australia.

In 1942 during WWII, General Douglas MacArthur ordered secret plans to be drawn up to destroy Sydney Harbor Bridge if the Japanese invaded Australia. Harbor Bridge, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Sydney City, Over The Bridge, Arch Bridge, Historical Images, Under Construction

Aerial view of Sydney Harbour - the bridge is under construction

Sydney Harbour Bridge. Approaches from the Air. Dated: Digital ID: 12685_a007_a00704_8728000154rr Rights: www.records.nsw.gov.au/about-us/rights-and-permissions We'd love to hear from you if you use our photos. Many other photos in our collection are available to view and browse on our website using Photo Investigator.

Last horse drawn hansom cab,Sydney, 1937 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Australia Facts, Sydney Australia, Fosse Commune, Horse Carriage, Horse Drawn, Old London

The last horse-drawn hansom cab in Sydney in 1937.The man is possibly Mr J. Connor and the horse is Darkwing.Powerhouse Museum.

Wolfe Creek Crater, WA, is the second largest meteorite crater in the world at over 800 metres wide and 50 metres deep. To the Aboriginal people, this big hole in the ground is where a legendary snake appeared out of the desert. Australia Living, South Australia, Western Australia, Australia Travel, Tasmania, Meteor Crater, Westerns, Terra Australis, Great Barrier Reef

Fran West Flyabout to Wolfe Creek Crater, Western Australia

This was another inland detour made during my flight around Australia's coast. The flight departed Kununurra, near Lake Argyle, and headed...

Yesterday's Images Historic photographs Australia Sydney Opera House Construction 1960's Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Sydney Australia, Australia Travel, Sydney New South Wales, Jorn Utzon, Powerful Pictures, Sydney City

Yesterday's Images Historic photographs Australia Sydney Opera House Construction 1960's

 Burrawang began in 1836 as a squatters' run and by it covered more than between Forbes and Condobolin in central-Western New South Wales in Australia. Wales Beach, Coogee Beach, Terra Australis, Australia Day, Australia Country, Historical Photos, Family History, Back In The Day, Old Photos

Sydney Images: Then and Now

Shearing board, Burrawang station. Burrawang began in 1836 as a squatters' run and by 1866 it covered more than 2000sq.km between Forbes and Condobolin in central-western New South Wales.

Visiting Ningaloo Reef was by far the highlight of our trip to Western Australia. The days that we spent in Coral Bay and Exmouth were the happiest and most memorable days of our trip. Moving To Australia, Perth Australia, Visit Australia, Western Australia, Australia Travel, Australia Destinations, Travel Destinations, Australia Holidays, Best Scuba Diving

Guide to Visiting Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia | Drink Tea & Travel

Visiting Ningaloo Reef was by far the highlight of our trip to Western Australia. The days that we spent on in Coral Bay and Exmouth were the happiest ...

Goanna, is an Australian Reptiles that's part of Aboriginal culture in Australia. Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Australian People, Australian Artists, Australian Icons, Australian Aboriginal History, Australian Aboriginals, Cottesloe Beach

Best FREE guide of things to do around Perth, Fremantle & Swan Valley

THE ULTIMATE ONLINE GUIDE to Perth's best locations to visit such as Cottesloe beach, historic Fremantle, Kings Park botanical gardens & Rottnest island marine park. Explore Perth's Swan Valley wine region & bush walking trails at Lesmurdie Falls, all the best activities, scenic locations in Perth & Margaret River WA

A beautiful aerial view of Daintree National Park, Tropical North Queensland, Australia For more travel updates be connected to Travel Universally Queensland Australia, Western Australia, Australia Travel, Australia Visa, Daintree Rainforest, Amazon Rainforest, All Nature, Amazing Nature, Great Barrier Reef

What I Would do in Five Days in Queensland

If you’re like me then one of the hardest parts of planning a vacation is figuring out how to fit as many sights as you can into just a few days. If you’re traveling to Queensland it g…