Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Scotsman" Bollard No 40 - The early Scottish settlers brought their popular Highland Games to Geelong at which the indigenous people often participated.

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Scotsman" Bollard No 40 - The early Scottish settlers brought their popular Highland Games to Geelong at which the indigenous people often participated.

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Town Baths Swimmer's Club" Bollards No 14 - A progression of lifesavers displaying the changing styles of men's swimming trunks.

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - 'Town Baths Swimmer's Club' Bollards No 14 - A progression of lifesavers displaying the changing styles of men's swimming trunks.

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Sailor and Woman" Bollards No 25 - A 2nd World War couple representing the Sailor's Rest institution building, corner Moorabool Street and Eastern Beach Road.

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Sailor and Woman" Bollards No 25 - A World War couple representing the Sailor's Rest institution building, corner Moorabool Street and Eastern Beach Road.

Bollard by Jan Mitchell, photo by JillB

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Koori Family" Bollards No 4 - A family illustrating the local hunter gatherer culture.

Bollard by Jan Mitchell. photo by JillB

Bollard by Jan Mitchell. photo by JillB

Bollard by Jan Mitchell, photo by JillB

Bollard by Jan Mitchell, photo by JillB

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Sail Captain" Bollard No 27- A captain bringing live birds to stock the nearby Botanic Gardens aviaries and also a portrait of a recent Mayor of Geelong, Gerry Smith. - "Steam Captain" Bollard No 26 - Captain of the steamship SS Edina, in operation from 1888 to 1938.

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Sail Captain" Bollard No 27- A captain bringing live birds to stock the nearby Botanic Gardens aviaries and also a portrait of a recent Mayor of Geelong, Gerry Smith. - "Steam Captain" Bollard No 26 - Captain of the steamship SS Edina, in operation from 1888 to 1938.

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Western Beach Sea Bathing Company" Bollards No 29 - Western Beach Sea Bathing Company swimmers (established in 1872). These are also portraits of politicians Gordon Scholes, Nipper Tresize, John Howard, Jeff Kennett and Hubert Opperman as a young man.

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Western Beach Sea Bathing Company" Bollards No 29 - Western Beach Sea Bathing Company swimmers (established in 1872). These are also portraits of politicians Gordon Scholes, Nipper Tresize, John Howard, Jeff Kennett and Hubert Opperman as a young man.

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