~~Jacaranda... | rural Queensland landscape, Kingaroy, Australia by Tracie Louise

Jacaranda... | Photographic Print

A beautiful shot of rural Queensland landscape, Kingaroy, Australia by Tracie Louise. Love the bright colours of tree and grass surrounding the old wooden shed.

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Things are a little different in Australia…

Funny pictures about Things are a little different in Australia. Oh, and cool pics about Things are a little different in Australia. Also, Things are a little different in Australia.

South Bank Parklands, Boganvilea Bower. Previously the site of World Expo 88, this stunning brisbane destination is a must see. Also boasts Queenslands only inner city beach! (T7)

Brisbane flower bower, Queensland, Australia Brisbane flower bower, Queensland, Australia (by Murfomurf).

Early view of Queen Street, Brisbane, ca. 1859. State Library of Queensland. Negative number: 8298

Picture of / about 'Brisbane' Queensland - Early view of Queen Street, Brisbane, ca.

The story of Anzac Square: Designed in the Greek Classic Revival style, the Shrine and Eternal Flame of Remembrance were funded by public subscription in 1928 and took over two years to complete. #hereisourstory http://www.museumofbrisbane.com.au/here-is-our-story/ (Image courtesy John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland)

Anzac Day in Brisbane 1937 - The story of Anzac Square: Designed in the Greek Classic Revival style, the Shrine and Eternal Flame of Remembrance were funded by public subscription in 1928 and took over two years to complete.

October is spring in Brisbane and the ground is flooded by a rain of lavender Jacaranda flowers.

The streets of Pasadena, CA when the jacaranda trees are actually snowing down leaves in soft rushing sounds.it's really something to experience.

Here is the story of Brisbane’s Central Railway Station:  A key meeting point in the city for over 120 years, the first station, a structure made of wood and corrugated galvanised iron, was replaced by an elegant and far grander new station completed in 1901.  After 1915, a common Brisbane saying was “Meet you under the clocks”, which fronted Ann Street, and indicated what time, and destination, would be the next departures. #hereisourstory (Image courtesy of Queensland Rail Historic…

Here is the story of Brisbane’s Central Railway Station: A key meeting point in the city for over 120 years, the first station, a structure made of wood and corrugated galvanised iron, was replaced by an elegant and far grander new station completed in 1901. After 1915, a common Brisbane saying was “Meet you under the clocks”, which fronted Ann Street, and indicated what time, and destination, would be the next departures. #hereisourstory (Image courtesy of Queensland Rail Historic…

An aerial view of Brisbane under floodwaters, January 1974. Photo: Copyright State Library of Queensland/Author unknown

An aerial view of Brisbane under floodwaters, January Photo: Copyright State Library of Queensland/Author unknown

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