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Awe Inspiring Panoramic Photography Gallery

A collection of amazing, unobstructed panoramic images taken around Australia featuring urban scenes, nature and beautiful, vast Australian landscapes

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Stunning Australian outback sunset colours and with dead trees featured on Tandure Lake Featured Awe Inspiring Panoramic Photography Print

Stunning Australian outback sunset colours and with dead trees featured on Tandure Lake

Stunning Australian outback sunset colours and with dead trees featured on Tandure Lake / Lake Wetherill near Menindee and the Kinchega National Park in outback NSW. Australia.
The Menidee Lakes is a series of lakes which are part of a storage system from the Darling River located in the far west of NSW around the town of Menindee. These lakes supply water to the Broken Hill area and are located around 100km from Broken Hill.
Set in the stunning desert outback of NSW part of the area forms the Kinchega National Park

© Andrea Robinson

Mooloolaba Beach in the early evening at dusk with the lights of the buildings lit up Featured Awe Inspiring Panoramic Photography Print

Mooloolaba Beach in the early evening at dusk with the lights of the buildings lit up

Mooloolaba Beach in the early evening at dusk with the lights of the buildings lit up throwing golden light onto the sand and the blurred motion of waves swirling around rocks in the ocean, Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia

© 2013 Andrea Robinson

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Glenelg Town Hall Featured Awe Inspiring Panoramic Photography Print

Glenelg Town Hall

Originally known as the Glenelg Institute Building, Glenelg Town Hall was designed by Edmund Wright, architect and former Mayor of Adelaide. The foundation stone was laid on 11 December 1875 by Sir Henry Ayers and the Institute formally opened in 1877. The building had a grand main entrance on the western frontage and a tower to take in the panoramic view of the ocean and surrounds. A cupola was later added to house the clock donated by Mayor Thomas King in 1884. In 1887 the building became the Glenelg Town Hall