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Sydney, Australia

Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair

A 19th-century perch for spotting sailing ships now boasts one of the most iconic views in the Southern Hemisphere.
Thorpdale, Australia

Site of the World's Tallest Tree

The massive mountain ash that once stood at this site was cut down in an effort to prove that it was, indeed, the tallest of its kind.
Queenscliff, Australia

HMVS Victoria Swivel Link

All that remains of the first colonial naval ship in Australia is located in a park in Queenscliff.
Melbourne, Australia

Pastor Sir Douglas & Lady Gladys Nicholls Memorial

This 2008 memorial commemorates two leading Aboriginal Australian rights activists.
Mount Dandenong, Australia

Kyeema Memorial

A poignant monument dedicated to a tragic 1930s plane crash.
Ringwood East, Australia

Ringwood Mining Historical Site

A monument commemorating the antimony mine that once operated in this Melbourne suburb.
Myrtleford, Australia

The Phoenix Tree

The trunk and roots of a river red gum tree were used to create this art piece.
Glen Innes, Australia

Australian Standing Stones

A tribute to the Celtic nations that helped settle Australia.
Clifton Hill, Australia

Clifton Hill Shot Tower

The largest shot tower in Australia is a unique reminder of industrial ammunitions history.
Black Range, Australia

Bunjil's Shelter

This ancient rock shelter features cave art and is one of the most culturally important sites in the country.
Mount Buffalo, Australia

Mount Buffalo Chalet

A symbol of the early days of skiing in Australia
Canberra, Australia

Australian-American Memorial

From a distance, this statue of an eagle looks like a giant chicken on a stick.
Anakie, Australia

Fairy Park

This slightly spooky yet nostalgic theme park claims to be the first of its kind in Australia.
Geelong, Australia

Stanbury Jacko

A stuffed, prize-winning ram is all that remains of a world-renowned stud line, and a reminder of its owner's gruesome end.
South Brisbane, Australia

'The Dancers'

The unique work of art celebrates the 30th anniversary of the 1988 World Expo.
Raymond Island, Australia

Raymond Island Koala Trail

This area was created to save the region's koala population.
Melbourne, Australia

Flinders Street Railway Station Photo Booth

This classic photo booth was saved from destruction by the local community.
Alpine Shire, Australia

Cresta Valley Ski Resort

This Australian ski resort was forced to close due to changing climate conditions.
Eden, Australia

Eden Killer Whale Museum

A microcosm of the whaling industry in a small Australian town.
Orbost, Australia

Snowy River Railway Bridge

When it was built in 1916, this bridge was critical infrastructure for local farmers. Today, it's being restored for walking and biking.
Toora, Australia

Toora Dog Tree

A carved tribute to these artist's furry friends.
Yanakie, Australia

Yanakie Station Cemetery

Only five people are buried in this tiny cemetery in Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Eaglehawk Neck, Australia

Tasmans Arch

A natural rock bridge towers above the sea.
Coffs Harbour, Australia

Big Banana

One of the first big sculptures anywhere in Australia.