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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…
‘Rural Rust.- NSW Australia’ by shortshooter-Al
'Rural Rust.- NSW Australia' by shortshooter-Al. These old sheds are on a property just west of Hall which is in the A C T near the NSW border. The grass is long and dry and late in the day it looks good for photography purposes.
Lean To House / Warc Studio
Completed in 2016 in Oakleigh, Australia. Images by Aaron Pocock . This project by Warc Studio architects is for low budget alterations and additions to a detached 1960's house in the Melbourne suburb of Oakleigh,...
Cascades Probation Station
The Cascades Probation Station is unusual for, while most of the convict settlements built in the 1830’s and 1840’s as outstations for the main Port Arthur prison have fallen down, much of this site remains intact. In fact it can be said that it is now the finest example of all given its extensive restoration program of the 1980’s. The place was originally known as Newman’s Bottom, an area of nearly 2000 acres of rich alluvial soil picturesquely perched along the southern shores of Norfolk…
Shearers Quarters House by John Wardle Architects in Hobart, Australia
The Shearers Quarters House by John Wardle Architects in Hobart, Australia is a modern residence that houses shearers and family members. Check it out!
Red Hill Farm House is a modern twist on vernacular agricultural architecture
This low-lying house on the Mornington Peninsula near Melbourne is designed by Australian practices Carr and Jackson Clements Burrows Architects.
Shearers Quarters House on Bruny Island by John Wardle Architects
Shearers Quarters House is a minimalist property designed by John Wardle Architects, located on a working sheep farm in Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.