Greycliffe Homestead is a well-preserved slab hut construction built in about 1870. The home has been relocated into Biloela on the corner of Gladstone Road and Lawrence Street from its original position on Greycliffe Station. The Nott family lived on the property for over 100 years.

Greycliffe Homestead is a well-preserved slab hut construction built in about 1870. The home has been relocated into Biloela on the corner of Gladstone Road and Lawrence Street from its original position on Greycliffe Station. The Nott family lived on the property for over 100 years.

Weston's Hut circa 1940. The hut has high value as a refuge given its location on a key walking route between Mt Feathertop and the Bogong High Plains. After the 2006-07 bush fires, it was rebuilt.

Weston's Hut circa The hut has high value as a refuge given its location on a key walking route between Mt Feathertop and the Bogong High Plains. After the bush fires, it was rebuilt.

This painting by George Pitt Morrison entitled 'The Foundation of Perth' commemorates the ceremony on 12 August 1829 when the new town was founded. The Colony of Western Australia had been proclaimed by Lieutenant-Governor James Stirling two months before. From 1929 copies of this well-known painting were distributed to all Western Australian schoolchildren to mark the centenary of the founding of the State.  Location: Art Gallery of Western Australia

The Foundation of Perth - History of Australia - Wikipedia

Australian auction house Deutscher and Hackett will be hoping for a new auction record for colonial Australian Aboriginal artist Tommy McRae (1830 – 1901) when they auction two rare and highly significant pen and ink drawings by the artist during their 4th April Important Aboriginal + Oceanic Art Auction sale.    http://www.artinfo.com/node/797425

"Buckley's Escape" by Aboriginal artist Tommy McRae the escape of convict William Buckley who lived with the aborigines for 32 years. Origin of the Australian expression of no hope- "buckleys chance" or "buckeys hope" National Museum of Australia

This slab-walled house was built in 1992, in the Watagan Ranges of New South Wales.

This slab-walled house was built in in the Watagan Ranges of New South Wales.

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