O Edifício Queen Victoria (ou QVB), é um edifício do final do século XIX projetado pelo arquiteto George McRae, no distrito central de negócios de Sydney, Austrália. O edifício do Renascimento Românico foi construído entre 1893 e 1898 e tem 30 metros de largura (98 pés) de largura por 190 metros (620 pés) de comprimento. O prédio preenche um bloco de cidade delimitado por George, Market, York e Druitt Streets.
The Queen Victoria Building (or QVB), is a late nineteenth-century building designed by the architect George McRae in the central business district of Sydney, Australia. The Romanesque Revival building was constructed between 1893 and 1898 and is 30 metres (98 ft) wide by 190 metres (620 ft) long. The building fills a city block bounded by George, Market, York and Druitt Streets.
Right guys, here starts the Australian chapter! In case you were a bit curious about who is behind the screen, well here I am 👐 - - >> with my partner in crime (he had long hair back then 😂) Keep following me you may see our faces around 🙈🙊 Not insta-pics but I thought I would still share some parts of our previous trips with you 🤗
Assalamualaikum semua. Kami nak buka pakej baru yg menarik tertarik kebabom nih Caravan trip bersama PerthTravelBeehunt !! Harga Rm1750 seorang🙀🙀🙀 1-6 March 2018 9-14 March 2018 Rugiii sape tak join
Route : 🏕Dari Busselton ke Albany-Perth 🏕Stargazing is a must when you come to Perth⭐️✨ 🏕Nanti kita boleh camping sambil buat unggun api,masak ramai2 sambil melihat pemandangan pokok2 besar ala Avatar. 🏕Kita akan berhenti melihat the gap,elephant rocks,cave,busselton jetty and many moreee 🏕Sepanjang perjalanan juga kita dpt melihat Salt Lake,ada mcm2 color..yang paling rare color pink😍
Cully Fest Aboriginal and Outback Folk Festival will be full of entertaining activities for all ages. Come and learn about Australia’s history through engaging, hands on and super fun activities! See you there! #cullyfest2017
A stay at BIG4 Iluka on Freycinet Holiday Park in Coles Bay will have you waking up to views of the amazing pink granite boulders known as The Hazards. Being on the doorstep of Freycinet National Park, you will be greeted by the local wallabies and gorgeous Wineglass Bay. @casey_eveleigh