Laurent from Sydney sent this card of Bruny Island National Park in Tasmania.
" Bruny Island represents a delightful combination of scenery, history and it provides the ultimate Tasmanian wilderness experience, a perfect place and ability " to get away from it all"
Really stunning views from this beautiful island.
Barbara from Toowomba sent this card on 26th January and she was celebrating the Australia Day. Most Australians consider January 26 with national pride, flying the Australian flag from businesses, homes, cars and even their babies. They attend festivals, fireworks, community and sporting events or gather for family barbecues at homes, parks or on the beach.
Australia Day, 26 January, is the anniversary of the arrival of the First Fleet of 11 convict ships from Great Britain, and the raising of the Union Jack at Sydney Cove by its commander Captain Arthur Phillip in 1788.
The Great Ocean Road in the card is the world's largest war memorial in the south-eastern coast of Australia. It was built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and dedicated to soldiers killed during World War I. The road is winding through varying terrain along the coast and providing access to several prominent landmarks, including the Twelve Apostles limestone stack formations, the road is an important tourist attraction in the region.
Heather was on a road with her husband and she found this card from grocery store and she thought I might like it, and she was right :)
This abandoned house, that overlooks the S-Bend Caravan Park, is typical of the limestone buildings that were constructed on the Greenough Flats in the latter part of the 19th Century.
Christine lives in a small place near Newcastle NSW and she choosed this nice card for me since I wished for colourfull cards. Yes, I like the card with country rodeo, red dirt road, emu and cattle driver very much.