Art Gallery of NSW; Australia; NSW; New South Wales; Sydney; architectural detail; architecture; art gallery; editorial use; exhibit; exhibits; exterior; horizontal; public place; tourism; travel; unidentified people
Exterior of the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia
Australia; Flinders Street; Melbourne; Victoria; carriage; city; city streets; country; country gentlemen; editorial use; horizontal; horse; horsemen; horses; public place; tourism; travel; unidentified people
Country Victoria lies an hour or less outside of Melbourne, so it is not unusual to see country gentlemen walking around in the city. This scene shows one such gentleman conversing with the driver of a horse drawn carriage on Flinders Street.
This laneway architecture in Melbourne, Australia is comprised of converted warehouses from the 1800s which now house retail shops, restaurants, and mixed use occupancy. Red bricks and ornate architectural detail.
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Set up by the Australian government during World War I, this office handled the discharge of the debts of foreign citizens, usually alien internees, and the allocation of property which had been seized for payment of debt. Vintage sign on former government building.
Australia; Clunes; Fraser Street; Mad Max; Ned Kelly; Victoria; gold mining; historic; horizontal; movie set; preserved buildings; small town; television set; tourism; travel
Fraser Street, the main street of the historic gold mining town of Clunes in rural Victoria, Australia. The facades of the buildings on this street are so well preserved that the town has been used repeatedly as a film set for movies and television. Famous movies made in Clunes include Mad Max with Mel Gibson and Ned Kelly starring the late Heath Ledger.