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A Classic Dutch Colonial with Dark Shingle Siding. I love the beautiful pergolas that seem to be an extension of the house.

the blend of greenery against a stately white Queensland Home sheer beauty

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Why I love a weatherboard house - the classic shadow line created by weatherboards make these houses so much more receptive to colour than a one dimensional rendered surface, ensuring they are a designer's dream.

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Queenslander home enclosed verandah Beautiful dark timber decking and white colours on the weatherboard of the home along with the white lattice screening the verandah. All complimented with grey colorbond roof. Just perfect for Australian conditions.

This unique late 1800's Queenslander cottage is ideally positioned within a ...

This unique late Queenslander cottage - wonder if that railing pattern is original?


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It's a house model but I love that railing pattern. Must find out what it's called.

Qld 4101  A typical old Queenslander home...built of wood, on stilts to catch the breeze, surrounded by verandahs.

Outside colour scheme for wood house. Queenslander home.built of wood, on stilts to catch the breeze, surrounded by verandahs.

the queenslander house verandah.

the queenslander house verandah. Love the white and grey tones with the greenery

A Queenslander home- very similar to my grandma's house in Australia

Termite control is usually more necessary in areas with red dirt, for some reason. Hot, dry areas have monsoons, and that can turn loam into clay. Temperate areas have fewer problems with those pests.

Traditional (renovated) Queenslander cottage in inner-city Brisbane - walk uni, hospitals, cbd

Traditional (renovated) Queenslander cottage in inner-city Brisbane - walk uni, hospitals, cbd

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Maryvale Crown Hotel NSW by Vintage Caravans, via Flickr

Maryvale Crown Hotel NSW with 1957 Kit built caravan called "Driftwood" and 1955 FJ Holden sedan

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