Favourite Places - Rockhampton and Central Queensland (then and now)
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Photographs of Rockhampton and other locations in Central Queensland, past and present
Aerial Views Of The Flooding In Rockhampton, Queensland Jan 2011

Aerial Views Of The Flooding In Rockhampton, Queensland

Rockhampton has been devastated by it's worst floods in decades. Pictured are homes buried by water. Pictured is Depot Hill, a suburb which has become completely cut off, with many homes inundated with floodwaters.

Rockhampton Queensland, Australia.  from the blog http://awhitecarousel.com/tag/australia/

Rockhampton Queensland, Australia. from the blog http://awhitecarousel.com/tag/australia/

Botanical Gardens Tramways, Rockhampton, QLD

National Museum of Australia

1955. Rockhampton. Tannachy Private Hospital. | by Love in a little black diary

Pictured: Nursing staff on the veranda of the newly refurbished Tannachy Private Hospital. Note their white veils or caps and white uniforms.

Botanic Gardens, Rockhampton, QLD, Australia

Botanic Gardens, Rockhampton, QLD, Australia

c.1940s. Rockampton. Postcard showing the old Fitzroy River Bridge | by Love in a little black diary

Postcard showing the old Fitzroy River Bridge

The Central Trading Co. was located in premises upstairs, above George Atwell's business, East Street, Rockhampton.

The Central Trading Co. was located in premises upstairs, above George Atwell's business, East Street, Rockhampton.

c.1970. North Rockhampton. Fruit Palace, Northside Plaza. | by Love in a little black diary

c.1970. North Rockhampton. Fruit Palace, Northside Plaza. | by Love in a little black diary

1954, March. Rockhampton.  Queen Elizabeth II's visit. | by Love in a little black diary

1954, March. Rockhampton. Queen Elizabeth II's visit. | by Love in a little black diary

2016 The former St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Bolsover Street, Rockhampton | by Love in a little black diary

The former St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Bolsover Street, Rockhampton.

1952. Rockhampton. Postcard advertising the opening of the new Fitzroy River Bridge | by Love in a little black diary

Postcard advertising the opening of the new Fitzroy River Bridge

1944: The WAAAFs based at Rockhampton, in front of a Lancaster

The WAAAFs based at Rockhampton, in front of a Lancaster

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