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Picture relating to Kings Hut - titled 'Kings Hut'
Picture relating to Thursday Island - titled 'Douglas Street, Thursday Island, 1970'
Picture relating to Surfers Paradise - titled 'Sketch of the apartment block, Ten, the Esplanade, Surfers Paradise ca. 1970'
Picture relating to Mooloolaba - titled 'Mooloolaba, Queensland, before the canal developments, 1970'
Picture relating to Cherbourg - titled 'Five men making boomerangs at Cherbourg, ca. 1970'
Picture relating to Tullah - titled 'Recce Dam under construction'
Picture relating to Flinders Peak - titled 'Flinders Peak'
Picture relating to Lamington National Park - titled 'Lamington National Park'
Picture relating to Uluru / Ayers Rock - titled 'Uluru / Ayers Rock'
Picture relating to Flinders Peak - titled 'Flinders Peak'
Picture relating to Marrangaroo - titled 'Marrangaroo'
Picture relating to Yeronga - titled 'Yeronga'
Picture relating to Kawana Waters - titled 'Kawana Waters'
Picture relating to Kawana Waters - titled 'Kawana Waters'
Picture relating to Albany - titled 'Albany 1970'
Picture relating to Perth - titled 'Adelaide Terrace, Perth WA 1970'

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Kings Hut

contributed by Wombat31, taken in 1970
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Scanned from slide, taken around 1970.
Current state not known.

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