Eureka Flag - Australia  The Eureka Hotel, torched by a mob on the 17th October , 1854.  Many historians believe this was the catalyst for the Eureka Rebellion

Eureka Flag - Australia The Eureka Hotel, torched by a mob on the 17th October , 1854. Many historians believe this was the catalyst for the Eureka Rebellion

Sturt Street, Ballarat, during a snow storm, 1900.  Photographers: Richards & Co.,Ballarat. State Library of Victoria Image H19011.

Sturt Street, Ballarat, during a snow storm, 1900. Photographers: Richards & Co.,Ballarat. State Library of Victoria Image H19011.

Lake Wendouree was home to several paddle steamers in the later part of the 1800s and well into the next century.  Fairyland was a magic place of narrow waterways where the boats could meander through and passengers could feel they were miles from anywhere.

Lake Wendouree was home to several paddle steamers in the later part of the 1800s and well into the next century. Fairyland was a magic place of narrow waterways where the boats could meander through and passengers could feel they were miles from anywhere.

Eureka Slaughter by Charles A Doudiet. Government troops and police stormed and ransacked the Stockade

Eureka Slaughter by Charles A Doudiet. Government troops and police stormed and ransacked the Stockade

Sturt Street, Ballarat, c.1887 by Albert Henry Fullwood

Sturt Street, Ballarat, c.1887 by Albert Henry Fullwood

Ballarat from Black Hill in 1892. State Library of Victoria.

Ballarat from Black Hill in 1892. State Library of Victoria.

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