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John Fairhall Gallery

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Photographs by Australian photographer John Fairhall

Choose from 700 pictures in our John Fairhall collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Auscape Photo Library.


A 1930s photograph of Mount Buffalo Chalet, an icon for quality holidays in the 1920s and 1930s Featured John Fairhall Print

A 1930s photograph of Mount Buffalo Chalet, an icon for quality holidays in the 1920s and 1930s

A 1930s photograph of Mount Buffalo Chalet, an icon for quality holidays in the 1920s and 1930s. Built in 1910 it was at first run by the Victorian Railways; guests would travel on mules from the station below up the mountain. Plans are afoot to modernise the building; formal dress and dining are unlikely to be returned. Mount Buffalo National Park, northeast Victoria, Australia

Stick insect, (Ctenomorpha chronus) Featured John Fairhall Print

Stick insect, (Ctenomorpha chronus)

Stick insect, (Ctenomorpha chronus), resembling the twig of a eucalypt, can grow to 18 cm. Parthenogenetic, able to produce offspring without mating. The babies will all be female and genetically identical to each other and the mother. Tasmania, Australia

Australia Insects, Camouflage, Cryptic Coloration, Disguise, Insects, Parthenogenetic, Phasmatodea, Phasmatodia, Phasmid, Phasmids, Stick Insects

Winton Wetlands covering 8750 hectares very roughly half wetland and half surrounding woodlands Featured John Fairhall Print

Winton Wetlands covering 8750 hectares very roughly half wetland and half surrounding woodlands

Winton Wetlands covering 8750 hectares very roughly half wetland and half surrounding woodlands, in process of being restored. The artificial Lake Mokoan was created in 1971, flooding natural swamps and creating water storage for irrigation but with numbers of undesirable ecological effects. The lake was drained in 2010 to become a natural wetland once more and a haven for very many birds such as the Great egret (Ardea alba) seen here. Benalla, northeastern Victoria, Australia