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Noumea Magenta Airport

Noumea Magenta Airport is a domestic airport on the main island of New Caledonia. The airport is 3 km east northeast of the centre of Noumea, the capital, and approximately 50 km from La Tontouta International Airport. In 2017, 428.679 passengers ...

                                               

RNZAF Dip Flat

RNZAF Dip Flat is the field training facility of the Royal New Zealand Air Force. Located at the base of the Saint Arnaud Range at the eastern boundary of Nelson Lakes National Park in the South Island of New Zealand, Dip Flat serves to train rec ...

                                               

Taieri Aerodrome

Taieri Aerodrome is home to the Otago Aero Club, New Zealands oldest aero club, being established in 1927. In addition to being a social organisation, the aero club offers flying school. There are also a number of businesses that operate from the ...

                                               

Tubuai – Mataura Airport

Tubuai – Mataura Airport is an airport on Tubuai in French Polynesia. The airport is 4.8 kilometres southwest of the village of Mataura.

                                               

Ulithi Airport

Ulithi Airport is a public airport serving the island of Falalop, located in the Ulithi Atoll in Federated States of Micronesia.

                                               

Woja Airport

Woja Airport is a public use airstrip at Woja on Ailinglaplap Atoll, Marshall Islands. This airstrip is assigned the location identifier WJA by the IATA.

                                               

Clifden Suspension Bridge

The Clifden Suspension Bridge is a historic suspension bridge near Clifden, New Zealand. Built in 1899, it spans the Waiau River and is 111.5 m long. It is sometimes called the "Iron Bridge." The bridge has been accessible to pedestrians only sin ...

                                               

Fergusson Bridge

Fergusson Bridge is a pre-cast, prestressed concrete bridge in Cambridge, New Zealand, spanning the Waikato River. It cost £41.000, was designed by North, Swarbrick, Mills & Westwood and opened in 1964. It was named after Governor-General Sir Ber ...

                                               

Maungatapu Bridge

The Maungatapu Bridge is a beam bridge which crosses the Tauranga Harbour and connects the Matapihi and Maungatapu peninsulas in New Zealand. The bridge opened in 1959 and is 316 metres long and 10 metres wide. The bridge carries two lanes of tra ...

                                               

Opawa River Bridge

The Opawa River Bridge is a bridge in Blenheim, New Zealand that crosses the Ōpaoa River. The bridge is classified as a "Category I" historic place by the Heritage New Zealand, formerly known as New Zealand Historic Places Trust. The bridge was f ...

                                               

Roslyn Overbridge

The Roslyn Overbridge is a landmark in the New Zealand city of Dunedin. Located 2.5 kilometres northwest of the citys centre, it allows for the passage of the arterial Upper Stuart Street under Highgate, the main suburban road which runs along th ...

                                               

Victoria Park Viaduct

The Victoria Park Viaduct is a major motorway viaduct carrying the Auckland Northern Motorway over the Victoria Park area in Auckland City, New Zealand. Construction began in 1959, and the bridge was opened on 5 April 1962. Due to the high traffi ...

                                               

Wynyard Crossing

Wynyard Crossing is a new double bascule walking / cycling bridge built in 2011 in Auckland, New Zealand. It connects the redeveloped Wynyard Quarter with Te Wero Island and the existing Viaduct Harbour entertainment district, and thereby, with t ...

                                               

30 Albert Street, Brisbane

The 30 Albert Street is a future residential skyscraper to be located at 30 Albert Street in Brisbane, Australia. The tower will rise to 270.5m which is currently the maximum height allowed in Brisbane central business district. The 91-storey tow ...

                                               

171 Edward Street, Brisbane

The 171 Edward Street is a future residential skyscraper to be located at 171 Edward Street on the corner with Elizabeth Street in Brisbane, Australia. The tower will rise to 265m which is currently the maximum height allowed in Brisbane central ...

                                               

443 Queen Street, Brisbane

The 443 Queen Street is a residential skyscraper under construction at 443 Queen Street in Brisbane, Australia. The site is the last riverfront location in the Brisbane central business district. The 47 storey tower will include 106 one bedroom, ...

                                               

500 George Street, Brisbane

The 500 George Street is a proposed residential skyscraper to be located at 500 George Street in Brisbane, Australia. The building comprises 144 serviced apartments and student accommodation from level 8 to 25 as well as 248 one and two bedroom r ...

                                               

Bendigo Law Courts

The Bendigo Law Courts is a building on Pall Mall in Bendigo, a regional city in the Australian state of Victoria. The Courts back onto and are partly surrounded by Rosalind Park. The building was built between 1892 and 1896 by the contractors Mc ...

                                               

Bold Park Reservoir

Bold Park Reservoir is a roofed reservoir in Bold Park in the suburb of City Beach, in Perth, Western Australia. It is sited on the western edge of Bold Park, off Kalinda Drive. Water from either the groundwater schemes of Gwelup and Mirrabooka i ...

                                               

Centro Glenorchy

Centro Glenorchy is a shopping centre in Glenorchy, northern suburbs of the city of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. It is one of the oldest shopping centres within Glenorchy, Tasmania, situated at the western side of the CBD. The shopping centre is ...

                                               

Channel Court Shopping Centre

Channel Court is a sub regional shopping centre located on the Channel Highway, Kingston, Tasmania. For many years the shopping centre was considered very small but adequate to the needs of the local population. However, since being purchased by ...

                                               

Chislehurst, Chatswood

In 1900, the house was bought from Lamb by a K. Weidlmann. In 1906, Edward Carr Hordern, a member of the Hordern family of retailers, bought the house from Weidlmann. It was renamed Chiselhurst after the birthplace of Carrs wife Lillie. Hordern e ...

                                               

Claremont Village

Claremont Village is a small sub-regional shopping centre located on the corner of Main Road and Box Hill Road, in Claremont, Tasmania. The shopping centre contains a Woolworths supermarket, a Reject Shop discount store and several specialty shop ...

                                               

Connors Cottage

Connors Cottage is situated on Piesse Street in Toodyay, Western Australia. It was constructed about 1870 for Daniel Connor, a significant identity in the history of the development of the Toodyay town and district. The cottage is on one of the f ...

                                               

Connors House

Connors House is a single storey dwelling in Stirling Terrace, Toodyay, Western Australia. It was constructed circa 1890 for Daniel Connor. The building is heritage listed, and considered to have historical significance as a remaining example of ...

                                               

Crago Observatory

Crago Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned by the Astronomical Society of New South Wales. It is located at Bowen Mountain, near North Richmond, which is around 75 kilometres from Sydney city. The observatory consists of a large rotat ...

                                               

Demassons House and Shop

Demassons House and Shop is situated on Stirling Terrace in Toodyay, Western Australia. It was constructed in two stages. The shop was built around 1872 for Daniel Connor. By 1875 William Amed Demasson, a carpenter wheelwright from Guildford, Wes ...

                                               

Dr Growses House

Dr Growses House is located on Stirling Terrace in Toodyay, Western Australia and was constructed in the early 1860s, possibly with convict labour. Arthur Edwardes Growse was the medical officer at Toodyay from 1856 to 1872 and again from 1876 un ...

                                               

Lake Dunn

Lake Dunn is a freshwater lake in the locality of Upland in Barcaldine Region, Queensland, Australia. Also known as Pajingo Bola, meaning "Big Fella Waterhole," the lake is the only wetland area in Central West Queensland and is consequently home ...

                                               

Ellerys Arcade

Ellerys Arcade on Stirling Terrace, Toodyay, Western Australia comprises six shops, which were built at various times. The first three shops were constructed over the period 1882 to 1891 by Jane Donegan; one of them she ran as a boarding house na ...

                                               

Esplanade Hotel, Perth

The Esplanade Hotel was a hotel on The Esplanade across from Esplanade Reserve in Perth, Western Australia. Its demolition in 1972 was controversial because of the buildings beauty and popularity. Its early history appears in James Sykes Battyes ...

                                               

Flint & Steel Guesthouse

Flint & Steel Guesthouse was situated on Broken Bay, north of Sydney, Australia. It was constructed from 1920 to 1965. The guesthouse and nearby waterways were resumed by the navy during the second world war. Navy personnel at nearby Hungry Beach ...

                                               

Freemasons Hall (Toodyay)

The Freemasons Hall on Fiennes Street Toodyay, Western Australia was built in 1879. It was built on land donated by Charles Marris for the purpose of building a temple for the Temperance movement International Organisation of Good Templars. The T ...

                                               

Green Point Observatory

Green Point Observatory is a private observatory in Oyster Bay, Sydney, Australia, and is the home of the Sutherland Astronomical Society. It is located at the corner of Green Point and Caravan Head Roads. It consists of a dome, library, 41 centi ...

                                               

Hacketts (Pensioner) Cottage

Hacketts Cottage is located on Stirling Terrace in Toodyay, Western Australia and was built around 1855 by convict labour. In 1852 urgent accommodation was required for pensioner guards who had accompanied the first shipments of convicts to Weste ...

                                               

Harris Building (Burnie)

The Harris Building is the main building in Burnie, Tasmania, Australia, second only to the police station in size. The Harris building houses a number of small offices as well as Harris Print, printers of The Advocate.

                                               

High Commission of Sri Lanka in Canberra

The High Commission of Sri Lanka in Canberra is the diplomatic mission of Sri Lanka to Australia. The high commission is also accredited to Fiji, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. The current high commissioner is Somasundaram Skandakumar ...

                                               

Holyman House

Holyman House is an iconic Art Deco building in the central business district of Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. It was designed by H. S. East and Roy Sharrington Smith architects, of Launceston, with Clive Steele, of Melbourne, as consulting en ...

                                               

James Martins Cottage

James Martins cottage is located on Stirling Terrace in Toodyay, Western Australia. It was originally a four-room construction that, unlike most on the street, was not built by convicts and was not on Pensioner Guards land. James Martin was one o ...

                                               

Kirks (Pensioner) Cottage

Kirks Cottage on Stirling Terrace in Toodyay, Western Australia was built between 1852 and 1856 by convict labour. In 1852 urgent accommodation was required for pensioner guards who had accompanied the first shipments of convicts to Western Austr ...

                                               

Korean War Memorial, Sydney

The Korean War Memorial is located in Moore Park, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is a tribute to the 17.000 Australian troops who served in the United Nations contingent during the Korean War. It was dedicated in 2009. It was declared a M ...

                                               

Kurri aluminium smelter

The Kurri aluminium smelter was located in Kurri Kurri, Australia operating from 1969 until 2012. Developed by Alcan, it was latterly owned by Norsk Hydro.

                                               

Leeders House

Leeders House is situated on Stirling Terrace in Toodyay, Western Australia. It was built in the early 1870s as a double storey brick construction with a shingle roof. Extensions to the front of the building at the floor level of the upper storey ...

                                               

Murtoa Stick Shed

Murtoa Stick Shed, formally known as the Murtoa No. 1 Grain Store, is a large grain store in Murtoa, a town in the Wimmera region of Victoria, Australia. Constructed in 1942 and almost 20 metres high, 260 metres long, 60 metres wide, the building ...

                                               

No. 1 Brisbane

The No. 1 Brisbane is a future residential skyscraper to be located at 217-235A George Street on the corner with 52-58 Queen Street in Brisbane, Australia. The tower will rise to 274.3m which is currently the maximum height allowed in Brisbane ce ...

                                               

Ocean (building)

Ocean is a residential skyscraper under construction located at 84 The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia. If completed, the 75-storey tower which will include 722 apartments, will be the biggest on the Gold Coast. Recreation area ...

                                               

Preston City Oval

The Preston City Oval is an Australian rules football stadium in Cramer Street in Preston, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne. It has a main grandstand and the ground is capable of holding around 5.000 spectators. The ground was the home of the Pres ...

                                               

Prospect Vale Marketplace

Prospect Vale Marketplace opened March 1996 is a shopping center located on Westbury Road, about 6 ½ km from Launceston, in the suburb of Prospect Vale, Tasmania.

                                               

Queens Tower, Brisbane

The Queens Tower is a proposed residential skyscraper to be located at 545 Queen Street in the Brisbane CBD’s north eastern corner. The development will occupy an island site between Queen, Adelaide and Macrossan Streets in Brisbane, Australia. T ...

                                               

Shoemakers House

Shoemakers House was constructed in the 1870s, in what is now Toodyay, Western Australia on Stirling Terrace. Shoemakers House is a unique building having two shops linked by a dwelling that is slightly set back. This was one of Daniel Connors fi ...