Family Bicycle... circa 1910. ☀

Circa 1910 - Double bicycle with a baby carrier.

old shed

old shed

Bushells tea caddy, c.1950, Australia

Bushells Tea Caddy, Australia(ve)

Saviours in the sky – the Flying Doctor Service

Saviours in the sky – the Flying Doctor Service Outback Australia 1953 Where the term " In Like Flynn" came from.

Aeroplane Jelly has a special place in the hearts of all Australians. It could be the nostalgia you feel every time you hear that jingle or it could be because Australia’s favourite jelly has been around since 1927. That’s when tram drier Bert Appleroth first made jelly crystals at home in his bathtub (I know!) and began distributing them along his Sydney tram route

“ Aeroplane Jelly has a special place in the hearts of all Australians. It could be the nostalgia you feel every time you hear that jingle or it could be because Australia’s favourite jelly has been around since

Australian author Stella Miles Franklin standing next to a Furphy water truck. Because these trucks went everywhere in the Australian bush they became synonymous with the spread of a tall story. Find more detailed information about this photograph: http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=431966 From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales http://www.sl.nsw.gov.au

Australian author Stella Miles Franklin standing next to a Furphy water truck. Because these trucks went everywhere in the Australian bush they became synonymous with the spread of a tall story.

Residents and volunteers armed with green branches against bushfire, c. 1920s by Sam Hood by State Library of New South Wales collection, via Flickr

Residents and volunteers armed with green branches against bushfire, c. by Sam Hood by State Library of New South Wales collection.

Elizabeth Farm (home of John MacArthur) in a rural landscape. Joseph Lycett 1825

Elizabeth Farm (home of John McArthur) in a rural landscape.

Growing problem / The first 24 camels were imported in 1860 for the Burke and Wills expedition. /  By 2008, it was feared that this population numbered about one million, and was doubling every 8–10 years. They were degrading the environment and threatening native species, so a culling program was introduced and by 2013 the feral population was estimated to have been reduced to around 300,000.

Growing problem: Camel numbers are increasing by up to animals a year in remote parts of Australia.

Interior of a Settler's Hut

Bushman inside a slab hut circa 1870

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