Mountain Huts

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I love farms and the country-- everything about it. I hope one day I could permanently live in one. Disclaimer: all images, unless otherwise noted, were taken from the internet and are assumed to be...

Orroral Homestead - Built by Archibald McKeahnie and his father Charles the Orroral Homestead is the oldest dwelling in the Namadgi Park. Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Australian Bush, Australian Homes, Australian Capital Territory, Old Cottage, Australian Architecture, Old Farm Houses

Orroral Homestead

Photo-A-Day. 17 Jun 12. Orroral Homestead (Circa 1860s) Built by Archibald McKeahnie and his father Charles, the Orroral Homestead is the oldest dwelling in the Namadgi Park. The end walls were of masonry with mud mortar which was rendered at a later date. The side walls were of slabs of timber, possibly taken from trees further up the valley. The roof was originally shingles; these can be seen under the verandahs, The structural timbers show signs of being shaped using a variety of methods…

 Weindorfer's bathhouse at Waldheim ('forest home'); Gustav Weindofer was the earliest advocate of the formation of the national park and lived here Western Australia, Australia Travel, Queensland Australia, Forest House, Cute Cottage, Sustainable Tourism, Cabins And Cottages, Walking In Nature, National Parks

Weindorfers bath house - image by Australian photographer Grant Dixon

AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Weindorfer's bathhouse at Waldheim ('forest home'); Gustav Weindofer was the earliest advocate of the formation of the national park and lived here 1912-1932.

Another mountain hut for Molly and Nathaniel to shelter from the blizzard. This is actually Wallace Hut Falls Creek, Australia. Now used by hikers and cross country skiers for emergency shelter, it’s not exactly the height of luxury. Australian Bush, Australian Sheds, Falls Creek, Victoria Australia, Old Farm, Country Life, Cross Country, Country Living, Abandoned Places

Australian Landscape Photography | Wallace Hut | Falls Creek | Victoria | Australia | Framed Print

Wallace HutBACK Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia

the old huts at licola Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Colonial Cottage, Land Of Oz, Natural Homes, Old Farm Houses, Building Art, Old Barns, Old Buildings

Licola History - Visit Heyfield Region - Heyfield Traders & Tourism Association

The Heyfield Region, set in the heart of Gippsland, comprises of 6 small towns which are nestled peacefully in idyllic country surroundings at the base of the Southern Alps.

Scuba Diving During a Cruise Vacation Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Australia Travel, Australia Day, Tin House, House Art, Australian Bush, Natural Homes, Old Farm Houses

Michael McFadyen's Scuba Diving Web Site

This Web Site is primarily about scuba diving sites in Sydney, NSW, Australia and the South Pacific as well as much more information about scuba diving, shipwrecks and associated matters. It also has articles about 4WD trips within Australia and my yachting experiences.

Strolling through Australia's High Country to Wallace Hut Australian Houses, Australian Bush, Australian Architecture, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Western Australia, Australia Travel

5 things to do in the Australian Alps over summer | ScratchMyFeet

Strolling through Australia's High Country to Wallace Hut

‘outback dunny’ by fazza Abandoned Farm Houses, Old Farm Houses, Australian Architecture, Homesteading, Gazebo, Old Things, Outdoor Structures, Rustic, House Styles

‘outback dunny’ by fazza

'outback dunny' by fazza. dunolly ,victoria aus. this is the old dunny out the back of a run down church in the gold rush days,1800 hundreds,canon 7d /1/320s-f4.0/iso 160