The Woolshed is a classic sight on the rural Australian landscape. They are throwbacks to an industry on which the Australian economy was built and a testament to the hard-working men and women not just of times past, but still to this current day.
Newington Armory Gun Powder Magazine was established in 1897 as a gunpowder magazine, the site was originally operated by the NSW Military Forces. It was later operated by the Australian Navy and was known as the Royal Australian Navy Armament Depot Newington.
Callan Park is a heritage-listed former insane asylum located in Rozelle, part of Sydney’s Inner West. The main body of the Callan Park Mental Hospital is the Kirkbride Complex. The asylum was designed in 1877 by James Barnet, Colonial Architect, in collaboration with Frederick Norton Manning, Inspector of the Insane.
The ‘Waterfall Sanatorium’ opened in April 1909 as New South Wales’ first purpose-built Hospital for Consumptives, in an elevated site chosen for its quietness and isolation from the general community.
Mountain View Homestead is a truly unique piece of Australian cultural history. Abandoned for almost 70 years, the property is now in the process of being conserved and restored back to its former glory.
Portland Cement Works was an important part of Australia’s industrial history. It is one of Australia’s first and most successful lime quarrying and cement manufacturing enterprises with quarrying operations commencing on the site from as far back as 1863.
Tin City is a unique collection of 11 self-built shacks, nestled between the dunes and the shoreline of Stockton Beach, New South Wales, a significant site of indigenous history and its traditional custodians, the Worimi People, after whom the Woromi National Park was named.
Bombala Station is the terminating stop of the Goulburn to Bombala branch line. The original line began from Joppa Junction, south of Goulburn, passing through Tarago, Bungendore, Queanbeyan, Michelago, and Cooma.