Texas, is on the Dumeresq River in Queensland approx.240 km from Brisbane. The population is around 900 people. The settlement was originally part of the Texas Cattle Station and by 1880 the surrounding area was […]
Port Adelaide is the first area in South Australia to be declared an historic precinct. It is home to the state’s most substantial and continuous group of colonial buildings. There are some wonderful picture opportunities. […]
Rylstone is a small town in New South Wales, Australia, in the Central Tablelands. It is located on the Bylong Valley Way road route. At the 2016 census, Rylstone had a population of almost 650 people. The name ‘Rylstone’ has no […]
History Road Chasing the Past By Peter S Book Preview The new book was published this month it can be reviewed using the link above.
This entire Australian time-lapse sequence was painstaking captured on digital SLR cameras and edited from 104,000 individual photographs by renowned Australian photographer Dayman Steptoe. It was featured in National Geographic in November 2011 and has […]
Australia’s oldest surviving gold-rush town, Sofala, is just 49 km from Bathurst in New South Wales. The village has only two streets, with most of the buildings in original condition. Edward Hargraves discovered gold nearby […]
The Scenic Rim and Border ranges are surrounded by National Parks and are home to many species of native birds… it is biologically diverse and close to Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Areas. The […]
Federation architecture refers to the architectural style of Australian homes built around the decades before and after 1900 AD. These houses reflect the Art Nouveau movement at the time of Federation of the Australian States […]