Tagged: Australia

Launceston Post Office

July 16th, 2013 Permalink

Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.

Launceston Post Office

January 2010

Way back in 1872, a message direct from England took about 24 hours to transmit, says the Taz Gov.

St Peter’s Cathedral, Adelaide

July 11th, 2013 Permalink

Adelaide, South Australia.

St Peters Cathedral Adelaide

January 2010

Consecrated in 1878, St Peter’s Cathedral is the mother church of Adelaide’s Anglican Diocese.

Snapshot: Byron Bay

July 3rd, 2013 Permalink

Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia.

Snapshot Byron Bay

June 2010

One of the most popular recreational destinations in New South Wales, Byron Bay is known for its surf and expansive, pristine beaches.

Snapshot: Melbourne

June 26th, 2013 Permalink

Melbourne, representin’ the VIC.

Snapshot Melbourne

October 2009

Is it Metropolis, or is it Melbourne? (Hint: It’s Melbourne.)

Batemans Bay, Australia

June 20th, 2013 Permalink

New South Wales, Australia.

Batemans Bay Australia

December 2009

Batemans Bay is the tranquil coastal getaway for urban Canberrans sick of the trudge and drudgery of political life. Or so one would presume.

Gold Coast, QLD

June 12th, 2013 Permalink

Queensland, Australia.

Gold Coast QLD

June 2010

The San Diego-esque beach culture of Surfers Paradise, crown jewel of the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia.


June 5th, 2013 Permalink

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.


December 2009

Here’s downtown Sydney, NSW — the best and brightest among Australia’s cities.


May 29th, 2013 Permalink

Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.


January 2010

A snapshot of downtown Launceston, Tasmania’s second-largest city.

Snapshot: Perth

May 22nd, 2013 Permalink

Perth, Western Australia.

Snapshot Perth

January 2010

The Western world’s most remote major city, Perth is geographically closer to Asia’s Singapore than it is to Australia’s own Sydney.

Melbourne at Night 3

May 14th, 2013 Permalink

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Melbourne at Night 3

October 2010

The Yarra River in Melbourne’s CBD, on a chilly evening in early Spring, with the gigantic Crown Casino front and center. .