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(detail)  pleasure park, at Tamarama, ca. 1880 painting by C.G. Coulter

(detail) pleasure park, at Tamarama, ca. 1880 painting by C.

White City, Sydney - Theme Park

) that the Big Dipper at Luna Park was the first roller coaste.

Alice the Elephany in Anderson's Wonderland City Bondi/Tamarama

Australasian Zoo & Circus Animals Historical Journal: 'Princess Alice' The Lady of Wonderland City

Bondi Aquarium at Tamarama operated from 1887 to 1906; This phoco c. 1891 The Dome was added after 1891 fire; Tamarama Park, foreground. Wonderland City proprietors bought the Aquarium and its attractions and added to them in 1906. The switchback railway was moved from its original site shown here above the beach to the rear of the Tamarama park.

Bondi Aquarium at Tamarama operated from 1887 to 1906; This phoco c. 1891 The Dome was added after 1891 fire; Tamarama Park, foreground. Wonderland City proprietors bought the Aquarium and its attractions and added to them in 1906. The switchback railway was moved from its original site shown here above the beach to the rear of the Tamarama park.

gardens and lake, White City Amusement Park

gardens and lake, White City Amusement Park

Wonderland City

Australasian Zoo & Circus Animals Historical Journal: 'Princess Alice' The Lady of Wonderland City

Julian Ashton's painting of Tamarama

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Bondi Aquarium- According to the Sydney Morning Herald, there were also furnishings by Messrs David Jones & Co. and scenic art by Mr Setright. Messrs. Adamson and Budd were the stage mechanists and the electric light plant was by Messrs Kingsbury & Co. The rebuilding was conducted under the supervision of the Aquarium manager, Mr Alfred Wyburd, and cost seven thousand pounds.

Bondi Aquarium- According to the Sydney Morning Herald, there were also furnishings by Messrs David Jones & Co. and scenic art by Mr Setright. Messrs. Adamson and Budd were the stage mechanists and the electric light plant was by Messrs Kingsbury & Co. The rebuilding was conducted under the supervision of the Aquarium manager, Mr Alfred Wyburd, and cost seven thousand pounds.

Description of the original Bondi Aquarium on the site of Wonderland City, Tamarama. Freeman's Journal 24 September 1887, page 9

Description of the original Bondi Aquarium on the site of Wonderland City, Tamarama. Freeman's Journal 24 September page 9

Bondi Aquarium Photos

Tamarama Beach and Switch-back Railway in its 1887 position before it was moved back.

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