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Australian Photographs

Australian Time-Lapse

July 10, 2018 suggpixc 0

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 […]

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Australian History

Australia’s Oldest Surviving Gold Rush Town

July 8, 2018 suggpixc 0

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 […]

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Clunes – Victorian Gold Rush Town

August 25, 2017 suggpixc 0

Step back into the gold rush era in Clunes – Victorian Gold Rush Town with street-scapes straight out of a colonial history book. This picturesque and laid-back town was once the fifth largest in the […]

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Koorawatha – New South Wales

March 19, 2016 suggpixc 0

Township famous for a gun battle between police and the bushranger Ben Hall. Located 337 km from Sydney, Koorawatha is a tiny township on the Olympic Highway between Young and Cowra whose only real claim […]

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Bingara is on Australia's History Trail
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Bingara is on Australia’s History Trail

September 4, 2015 suggpixc 0

Bingara is on Australia’s History Trail in North Western NSW and was a pastoral settlement that commenced in about 1830, it was not until the discovery of Gold in 1853 that the communities of Bingara and Upper Bingara began […]

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Glengallan Homestead near Warwick on the Darling Downs

January 1, 2015 suggpixc 0

Glengallan Homestead was built in 1867-68 by John Deuchar who, with partner Charles Henry Marshall, established the famous Glengallan Merino flock and Shorthorn stud. The breeding tradition established by Deuchar was further developed by William […]

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Australian Landscapes

Hill End, New South Wales

October 15, 2014 suggpixc 0

Hill End owes its existence to the New South Wales gold rush of the 1850s, and at its peak in the early 1870s it had a population estimated at 8,000 served by two newspapers, five […]

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