Visit colourful Queensland , by Percy Trompf. via Boston Public Library. (yes! it's true - we have fruit here!)

Idea: Make Book Travel Poster's using historic ones as a inspiration "Visit Frozen Narnia" or "Live the Maze" for the MazeRunner ex. Visit colourful Queensland , by Percy Trompf. via Boston Public Library. it's true - we have fruit here!

Queensland  QANTAS Avro504k Postcard

Iconic 'Queenslander' style home, view of the ranges (Mount Coot-tha, Mount Nebo and Mount Glorious) Which we'd like to potentially include in our artwork. Familiar colour palette in our Brisbane skies.

Brisbane Bridge Hotel, Brisbane, ca. 1878

Brisbane Bridge Hotel, Brisbane, ca. 1878 - Erected on the south side of Stanley Street, between Melbourne Street and Russell Street, Brisbane

Cane cutters Ayr Qld

Picture of / about 'Ayr' Queensland - Canecutters at Ayr, ca.

Buildings at Paronella Park, Mena Creek, Queensland, ca.1939

The Party Castle Forgotten in the Jungle for Half a Century - There are some places in the world that make you weak at the knees with nostalgia and Paronella Castle is one of them.

Motor vehicles parked in front of the Roma Street Railway Station, Brisbane, 1940 - Motor vehicles are parked on the street in front of the Roma Street Railway Station. The station clock on the front of the building reads 10:35am

Motor vehicles parked in front of the Roma Street Railway Station, Brisbane, 1940 - Motor vehicles are parked on the street in front of the Roma Street Railway Station. The station clock on the front of the building reads

Picture of / about 'Toowoomba' Queensland - Train carriage at Toowoomba Railway Station, ca. 1923

Picture of / about 'Toowoomba' Queensland - Train carriage at Toowoomba Railway Station, ca.

View of the Roma Street Railway Station, Brisbane, ca. 1900 - View of the Roma Street Railway Station with the tramway Power Station in Countess Street visible to the right.

Pictures of Australian Cities, Towns and Villages from 1900

Cover from The Queenslander 1934 - Black Cockatoo

Vintage reproduction print of a preening red-tailed black cockatoo, native to Australia, and now threatened by the illegal trade in bird smuggling. On the cover of The Queenslander Annual for

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