A group of Australian Army Nursing Service sisters who had served in the Middle East with the 2/1st Australian General Hospital in front of a building occupied by the unit at Guildford, Western Australia in September 1942 ~

A group of Australian Army Nursing Service sisters who had served in the Middle East with the Australian General Hospital in front of a building occupied by the unit at Guildford, Western Australia in September 1942 ~

George Hiscox Guildford (Western Australia). Deep Cobalt Blue Reliance Patent Codd type marble bottle. Lemonade / Soda Water. 10 oz. c1890s

George Hiscox Guildford (Western Australia). Deep Cobalt Blue Reliance Patent Codd type marble bottle. Lemonade / Soda Water. 10 oz. c1890s

024673PD: Cottages built for Enrolled Pensioner Guards, Surrey Street, West Guildford (later renamed Bassendean), ca. 1920. http://encore.slwa.wa.gov.au/iii/encore/record/C__Rb2987220__Sbassendean%20cottages__Orightresult__U__X1?lang=eng&suite=def

The tiny corner of convict history in Surrey Street - ABC Perth - Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Pensioner Guard Cottage in Bassendean

002229PD: Bridge over the River Swan at Guilford [i.e. Guildford] Western Australia, constructed by Captain E.W. Ducane, R.E., on the plan of an American railway bridge, 1859. http://encore.slwa.wa.gov.au/iii/encore/record/C__Rb4092042__SSwan%20River%20guildford__P0%2C24__Orightresult__U__X2?lang=eng&suite=def#attachedMediaSection

Bridge over the River Swan at Guilford [i. Guildford] Western Australia, constructed by Captain E. Ducane, R., on the plan of an American railway bridge,

Swan River, Guildford, Western Australia

Swan River, Guildford, Western Australia

Guildford Hotel

how beautiful is the rebuild of The Guildford Hotel after the fire

An old Chevrolet truck laden with wooden wine barrels at Guildford ...

An old Chevrolet truck laden with wooden wine barrels at Guildford ...

Little grebe on the Swan River at Guildford. Known to the Noongar as "wyuda", it is found on open, still freshwater throughout most of Australia and is common in the Perth area, where it is usually seen in pairs or alone, although sometimes it gathers in loose flocks of about 150. Little grebes are poor fliers and prefer to dive to avoid danger.

To the inexperienced observer, the pint-sized little grebe looks for all the world like the fluffy chick of another water bird – until you see one with its .

The Guildford Hotel Now Open

The Guildford Hotel: 8 years in the making! The Guildford Hotel has officially reopen, 150 years after it was first built & 8 years since it was burnt down

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