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Victoria is the most urbanized and most occupied in state in the Commonwealth of Australia. Victoria is bounded by Tasmania in the south, South Australia in the west, and New South Wales in the north. Melbourne, Victoria Australia, Australia Travel, Western Australia, Brisbane, Perth, Sydney, Tasmania, Arquitetura

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Sheep shering, Australia

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Woman takes the most magical photographs of Australia you'll ever see - The amazing Uluru Rock, located in the heart of Australian outback. Outback Australia, Australia Travel, Australia Photos, Visit Australia, Western Australia, Perth, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Beautiful World

Woman takes the most magical photographs of Australia you'll ever see

Twelve years ago Julie Fletcher ditched her desk job, left behind the bright city lights and opted for the simpler life in remote parts of Australia. She now spends her time capturing spectacular and often surreal photographs of the Australian landscape, in some of the most secluded parts of the country.

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10 Unusual & Strange Facts About Australia

Australia today is a vibrant multicultural country with people of British descent, as well as Aboriginal and immigrants from many countries in Europe, Africa and Asia. It is the sixth largest country in the world and the only country that is also a continent. Australia is in the Southern Hemisphere, where Summer is from December to February. Here are some more interesting things that you may not know about Australia. 1. Dingo Fence - The World's Longest Fence Dingo Fence on the 29th parallel…

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Top spots to stop along Australia’s Great Ocean Road

The best spots to stop along Australia's epic Great Ocean Road.

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Snippets from Western Australia

Hi everyone. I wanted to show you a few more photos I took during my recent visit to my parents farm in Western Australia. This photo was taken late one afternoon. I love the way the sun is giving the trunk of this tree a lovely golden glow against the blue and grey of the sky and clouds. Looking north/west late afternoon. Early morning shadow. Half an hour later and you can see how much brighter the light is. As I was walking around the farm sheds on the same morning, I noticed these lines…

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Bendigo Town Hall, Hargreaves Street, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

Sandhurst, as Bendigo was originally officially named, was announced as a municipality in 1855. In 1859 the Town Surveyor, George Fletcher, was appointed to design a Town Hall ro replace the rickety two roomed structure at View Point. Fletcher’s Town Hall was a red brick construction with a corrugated iron roof. It was vastly inadequate and unattractive and by 1871 when Bendigo was proclaimed a city was in a very poor state of repair and considered unsuitable for Bendigo's 'City' status…