Orroral Homestead – Australian Capital Territory by Macr1, via Flickr

Orroral Homestead – Australian Capital Territory by Macr1, via Flickr

Iv got a bit of a thing for old shearing sheds!! There is something about them that makes me feel at home!!

Iv got a bit of a thing for old shearing sheds!! There is something about them that makes me feel at home!!

Wallace's Hut, Bogong High Plains, Australia | by Rod Waddington

Wallace's Hut, Bogong High Plains, Australia | by Rod Waddington

Wallace's Hut, Bogong High Plains, Australia | by Rod Waddington

Wallace's Hut, Bogong High Plains, Australia | by Rod Waddington

The Cascades Probation Station in Koonya was an once an outstation for the main Port Arthur prison. Tasmania

The Cascades Probation Station in Koonya was an once an outstation for the main Port Arthur prison. Tasmania

Outback, Australia

Outback, Australia

Tasmanian Mountain Huts Preservation Society : Reg Wadley Memorial Hut

Tasmanian Mountain Huts Preservation Society : Reg Wadley Memorial Hut

Settler's Cottage near Mudgee, NSW, Australia by Adrian Paul

Settler's Cottage near Mudgee, NSW, Australia by Adrian Paul

Old wool shed.

Old wool shed.

Rustic Ruins Of An Old Abandoned Wooden Shed Decay In A Tasmanian (Australia) Farm Field, While Fierce Rain Clouds Form In The Skies Above by Ryan Jorgensen

Rustic Ruins Of An Old Abandoned Wooden Shed Decay In A Tasmanian (Australia) Farm Field, While Fierce Rain Clouds Form In The Skies Above by Ryan Jorgensen


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Wallace HutBACK   Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia    PREVIOUS <     Wallace’s Hut near Falls Creek is the oldest hut in Victoria’s Alpine National Park. It was built by the three Wallace brothers, Arthur, William and Stewart, who arrived as small boys in Melbourne from Ireland in 1869. Now used by hikers and cross country skiers for emergency shelter, it’s not exactly the height of luxury.

Wallace HutBACK Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia PREVIOUS < Wallace’s Hut near Falls Creek is the oldest hut in Victoria’s Alpine National Park. It was built by the three Wallace brothers, Arthur, William and Stewart, who arrived as small boys in Melbourne from Ireland in 1869. Now used by hikers and cross country skiers for emergency shelter, it’s not exactly the height of luxury.

Home Sweet Home  Country NSW Australia    Neglected country homestead bears the harsh outback conditions.

Home Sweet Home Country NSW Australia Neglected country homestead bears the harsh outback conditions.

Adamsfield: an abadoned mining town in Southwest Tasmania. Image Credit: natalia familia

Adamsfield: an abadoned mining town in Southwest Tasmania. Image Credit: natalia familia

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