Painted Bollards, Geelong, Australia

The Geelong Bollards (Geelong, Australia)

Circling the Corio Bay waterfront between Rippleside Park and Limeburners Point in the Australian city of Geelong, the Baywalk Bollards (known everywhere not Australia as the Geelong Bollards) are more than 100 painted timber bollards that reflect local

Brighton Bathing Boxes

Brighton Bathing Boxes (Melbourne, Australia)

The Brighton Bathing Boxes are multi-colored timber huts that line the beach of one of Melbourne’s most exclusive neighborhoods. Brighton was for many years in the late nineteenth century the favorite seaside destination for of

The Disc

The Dish (Parkes, Australia)

Twenty kilometers north of Parkes, New South Wales, Australia is a simple radio telescope observatory known officially as the Parkes Observatory. Unofficially, it’s known as The Dish. The Parkes Observatory is operated by the Commonwealth

Cadmans Cottage

Cadmans Cottage (Sydney, Australia)

Built in 1816 for governmental coxswains and their crews, Cadmans Cottage is the second oldest surviving residential building, and third surviving building overall in Sydney, Australia. Steeped in the history of Australia, Cadmans Cottage claims

Robe Obelisk in Australia

The Robe Obelisk (Robe, Australia)

The Robe Obelisk was erected on Cape Dombey in 1852, and was used to aide in navigation through the entrance into Guichen Bay as well as storing rocket projected lifesaving equipment. The rockets carried baskets

The London Arch of Victoria, Australia

London Arch (Victoria, Australia)

The London Arch, previously known as London Bridge in the Port Campbell National Park of Victoria, Australia is a unique and beautiful geological feature that occurs in many places around the world but at this

Wave Rock in Hyden, Western Australia

Wave Rock (Hyden, Western Australia)

Wave Rock is a natural rock formation that is aptly named as it is shaped like a very tall wave made of rock.  The 15 m high, 110 m long stone wave forms the northern edge

Fraser Island (Queensland, Australia)

Off the eastern coast of Queensland, Australia at over 120 km, Fraser Island in the largest sand island in the world.  Famous for its ribbons of colored sand, rocky cliffs, and freshwater pools this island

Barossa Valley (South Australia)

Sixty kilometers northeast of Adelaide, in South Australia sits the Barossa Valley, Australia’s most famous wine-producing region and a popular tourist destination.  The Barossa Valley was formed by the North Para River and named for

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