Australian-Chinese merchant history uniquely preserved in Tingha, 1880s New England Australia tin mining town. Store preserves a snapshot of time of many decades with wide range of merchandise dating back to 1950s and earlier. This living museum is a must visit for history buffs.
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March 16th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Australian History
January 27th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Australia Audio Guides, Free Audio Guides
Just a short distance off the New England Hwy, about 10kms south of Uralla on the Northern Tablelands of New England Australia, is the small village of Kentucky. Once a significant fruit growing area, developed by the World War I veterans who struggled to develop their rehab blocks after the war, Kentucky Australia is a [...]
August 12th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Australia Audio Guides, Fairs & Festivals, Free Audio Guides
August 15th is India’s Independence Day and nowhere is it more royally celebrated in Australia than at the India Australia Friendship Fair in Sydney. This riot of colourful, music, dance and entertainment has got to be one of the best days out whether your background is from India or not and should be on your [...]
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