Morgan SA
Australian History

The inland River Port of Morgan

June 3, 2018 suggpixc 0

The inland River Port of Morgan was once one of the busiest inland ports in Australia. It is located on the North-West Bend of the River Murray in South Australia, about 320 kms by water […]

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Clunes Main St
Architecture

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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Peterborough is in the mid north of South Australia
Architecture

Peterborough South Australia

August 20, 2017 suggpixc 0

Peterborough is in the mid north of South Australia, at the 2011 census the town had a population of 1,486. It was originally named Petersburg after the landowner however was one of 69 places in […]

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Mannhill railway station
Architecture

Mannahill in South Australia

August 20, 2017 suggpixc 0

Mannahill in South Australa is located on the stock route that passed from the Barrier Ranges in New South Wales to the then rail head at Terowie SA. The village also supported early gold mining […]

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Bingara is on Australia's History Trail
Australian Photographs

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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Australian Photographs - Glen Innes
Architecture

Glen Innes – a Renaissance

May 10, 2015 suggpixc 0

I have been to Glen Innes many times in the past 20 years and always thought it a shabby and run down place with many historical buildings. However in the past few years it has […]

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Colonial Buildings Australia

Deloraine House – Tenterfield

February 14, 2015 suggpixc 1

The property known as “Deloraine” is a heritage listed house built on two parcels of land which were first purchased in September 1858. The land was granted to Edmund Curry whose descendants still live in […]

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