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This topic is for posting pictures of Australian and New Zealand landmarks.

I will start off with some Australian ones (you Kiwis can post your own :hmmph: )

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On the left from top to bottom are:
Bungle Bungles, Western Australia
Bondi Beach, Sydney, NSW
Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia
Eureka Tower, Melbourne, Victoria
On the right at the bottom are:
Whitehaven Beach, accessable from Airlie Beach and Hamilton Island, Queensland
One of the many Whitsunday Islands (not sure which one this is), Whitsundays, Queensland.

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I thought I'd post an Australian landmark.
ANZ tower, Melbourne.

Posted ImageLooks all well and good, of course. The maintenance performed on this building must be of the highest standard...
Posted ImageThis is the bottom half of the tower. I do wonder where those A and N letters went... :whistling:

Australian landmarks for you. :)

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thats melbourne for you :)

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I thought I would post New Zealands one and only landmark.

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New Zealand as quite a few landmarks, however most of them are natural! We did have the Christchurch Cathedral, but that collapsed in the earthquake! -_-

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We also have the Sky-tower, the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere (take that Aussies XP ) But we have lots of big lakes, geothermal areas, big mountains and glaciers! Thats why people visit. :P

And sheep! ^_^

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I thought I would post New Zealands one and only landmark.


You clearly fail to understand the significance of this one, frankly excellent, landmark.
It shows New Zealand's community spirit and willingness to help one another. It is a gathering place for all New Zealanders to share their joyous time living here. This landmark shows all that is great about New Zealand. But what do you Aussies have, some boring scorched rock in the middle of a desert?

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we also have spikey mice, big rats that jump around with a pouch, miniature bears and a fish that has fur instead of scales, a duck bill and webbed feet :)

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You clearly fail to understand the significance of this one, frankly excellent, landmark.
It shows New Zealand's community spirit and willingness to help one another. It is a gathering place for all New Zealanders to share their joyous time living here. This landmark shows all that is great about New Zealand. But what do you Aussies have, some boring scorched rock in the middle of a desert?


Really, to me it just looks like a pack of sheep running around. Well, it is a famous NZ landmark ^_^ .

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New Zealand as quite a few landmarks, however most of them are natural! We did have the Christchurch Cathedral, but that collapsed in the earthquake! -_-

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Cathedrals eh, well we have a few that still do exist XP .

From top to bottom:
St. Mary's Cathedral Sydney
St. Patrick's Cathedral Melbourne (on the right)
St. Stephan's Cathedral Brisbane

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What About the kimberley Region, Great Berier Reef, ULURU, Kings Park
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What About the kimberley Region, Great Berier Reef, ULURU, Kings Park


well you post landmarks from there.




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