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Code #WWS001 Tons of Tests
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

Tons of Tests
Code #WWS001 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x230mm • Limited Edition of 1500

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Mark Taylor faces his first ball in his 100th Test, played at The 'Gabba, Brisbane, on November 20, 1998. This was a tremendous achievement as only 19 players in the history of Test Cricket have played 100 Tests. Taylor is the fifth Australian to achieve this landmark.

Code #WWS002 Tons of Tests Signed by Mark Taylor
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

Tons of Tests
Code #WWS002 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x230mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is personally autographed by Mark Taylor, individually numbered, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Mark Taylor faces his first ball in his 100th Test, played at The 'Gabba, Brisbane, on November 20, 1998. This was a tremendous achievement as only 19 players in the history of Test Cricket have played 100 Tests. Taylor is the fifth Australian to achieve this landmark.

Code #WWS003 Congratulations
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

Congratulations
Code #WWS003 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x230mm • Limited Edition of 1500

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

This memorable moment captures Mark Taylor receiving an award from Mr Denis Rogers, ACB Chairman, to celebrate the occasion of his 100th Test match, played at The 'Gabba, Brisbane, on November 20, 1998. Taylor became only the fifth Australian ever to achieve this milestone since the first Test was played in 1877.

Code #WWS004 Congratulations Signed by Mark Taylor
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

Congratulations
Code #WWS004 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x230mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is personally autographed by Mark Taylor, individually numbered, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

This memorable moment captures Mark Taylor receiving an award from Mr Denis Rogers, ACB Chairman, to celebrate the occasion of his 100th Test match, played at The 'Gabba, Brisbane, on November 20, 1998. Taylor became only the fifth Australian ever to achieve this milestone since the first Test was played in 1877.

Code #WWS005 Sweet Sixteen
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

Sweet Sixteen
Code #WWS005 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x230mm • Limited Edition of 1500

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Sweet Sixteen captures the moment that Steve Waugh played the shot that brought him his 16th Test Century on November 21, 1998 at The 'Gabba, Brisbane.

Code #WWS008 Game, Set and Match
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

Game, Set and Match
Code #WWS008 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x210mm • Limited Edition of 1500

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Playing in his eighth Test and his first at the SCG, Stuart MacGill claimed England's last five wickets to give him match figures of 12/107 (5/57, 7/50) – the second best bowling analysis achieved in a Test on this ground. A ricochet off Michael Slater's foot allowed MacGill to take the wicket and complete Australia's victory! MacGill was named Man of the Match.

Code #WWS009 Game, Set and Match Signed by Stuart MacGill
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

Game, Set and Match
Code #WWS009 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x210mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is personally autographed by Stuart MacGill, individually numbered, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Playing in his eighth Test and his first at the SCG, Stuart MacGill claimed England's last five wickets to give him match figures of 12/107 (5/57, 7/50) – the second best bowling analysis achieved in a Test on this ground. A ricochet off Michael Slater's foot allowed MacGill to take the wicket and complete Australia's victory! MacGill was named Man of the Match.

Code #WWS010 200 Club
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

200 Club
Code #WWS010 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x200mm • Limited Edition of 1500

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Glenn McGrath reaches a fast bowler's milestone in achieving 200 Test wickets! This photo captures the moment: Stewart caught Warne bowled McGrath for 3.

Code #WWS011 200 Club Signed by Glenn McGrath
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

200 Club
Code #WWS011 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x200mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is personally autographed by Glenn McGrath, individually numbered, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Glenn McGrath reaches a fast bowler's milestone in achieving 200 Test wickets! This photo captures the moment: Stewart caught Warne bowled McGrath for 3.

Code #WWS012 Full House
Category: Ashes Tour 1998-99

Full House
Code #WWS012 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x170mm • Limited Edition of 1500

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

This beautiful panoramic of the Sydney Cricket Ground was taken during the first day of the fifth Ashes Test (Australia v England) on January 2, 1999. The Barmy Army were in full song and Sydney turned on a magnificent summer's day.

Code #CAL2003 Australian Panorama 2003 Calendar SOLD OUT
Category: Calendars

Australian Panorama 2003 Calendar SOLD OUT
Code #CAL2003 • Two panoramic images per month • 600x450mm

Code #SP028 Signed Casey Stoner, World MotoGP Champion 2007
Category: Casey Stoner

Casey Stoner, World MotoGP Champion 2007 - Signed by Casey Stoner
Code #SP028 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is personally autographed by Casey Stoner, and is individually numbered, comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a hologram supplied by Casey Stoner's management for additional authencity.

Casey Stoner became the second youngest winner of the MotoGP world title following his win in September 2007 at the Japanese Grand Prix. "He's gone head to head with Valentino Rossi, one of the greatest riders of all time, and come out on top, so there's nothing lucky about it," said Mick Doohan, full of praise. "To put it in context, what Casey has done would be like a 21 year old Aussie kid beating Tiger Woods at golf, or Roger Federer at tennis." Casey Stoner won 11 of 18 MotoGP races this season taking the Ducati rider up the echelons of Mick Doohan (five times winner) and Wayne Gardner (one time winner), the only other Australians to win this world class premier event. To allow him to race overseas from the age of 14 the Stoner family gave up a lot by moving to England. Casey Stoner said, "They had a lot of belief in me and they made a lot of sacrifices."

Code #SP008 1998 Ericsson Masters, Huntingdale
Category: Golf

1998 Ericsson Masters, Huntingdale, Australia
Code #SP008 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is individually numbered • Signed by Bradley Hughes (Printed signature only)

Bradley Hughes contemplates the final hole at Huntingdale on his way to a record breaking 24 under par – that's golf history in the making! Hughes' sensational runaway win smashed the previous tournament record and rewarded him with his second gold jacket. It was certainly the highlight of the Ericsson 20th anniversary celebrations.

Code #RWC44 The Opening Ceremony
Category: Opening Ceremony

The Opening Ceremony, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, October 10, 2003
Code #RWC44 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

It moved fast and smooth, it was full of variety. Momentum was maintained with a traditional device converted to rugby language – very well-prepared volunteer performers in phalanxes of colour that formed a bird's eye view of a boy getting the try of his life – the hot band George – then a quiet period with the Aboriginal group. The segment on fire looked wonderful with a big symphonic gesture by Elena Kats-Chernin, played by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Then came the 'One Eyed Rugby Fans' representing the 20 participating nations celebrating the pride and passion of supporters which added further colour and intensity to the pageant.

The Opening Ceremony climaxed with the Rugby World Choir, and the duet between singers from the countries playing in this opening match, Argentina's Jose Cura and Australia's Deborah Cheetham with a moving rendition of "The World in Union".

Code #RWC42 The Winners
Category: Previous Winners

The Winners
Code #RWC42 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

The four previous winning captains of the Webb Ellis Cup proudly hold the trophy aloft:

(left to right)
David Kirk, New Zealand (1987, defeated France 29-9 at Eden Park)
Nick Farr-Jones, Australia (1991, defeated England 12-6 at Twickenham)
The Webb Ellis Cup
Francois Pineaar, South Africa (1995, defeated New Zealand 15-12 at Ellis Park)
John Eales, Australia (1999, defeated France 35-12 at Millennium Stadium)

Code #ARU010 The 2001 Tri Nations Trophy at Subiaco Oval, Perth
Category: Tri Nations Cup 2001

The 2001 Tri Nations Trophy at Subiaco Oval, Perth
Code #ARU010 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

The Australian Wallabies v The South African Springboks: The Tri Nations Trophy at Subiaco Oval, Perth, 18 August 2001.

A crowd of 43,000 watched the Wallabies and Springboks clash for the Tri Nations Trophy, a trophy that signifies the highest standard in world rugby competition. The Wallabies and the Springboks were both putting forward a game of positive attack and defence. Half time had the Springboks 5 points in the lead, but soon they were even and a titanic struggle continued until the siren sounded, when the score rested at 14-all. The first draw in Tri Nations history, and to win the Tri Nations Trophy the Wallabies had to defeat the New Zealand All Blacks two weeks later at Stadium Australia.

Code #ARU011 The 2001 Tri Nations Trophy: 'Crucial Ruck'
Category: Tri Nations Cup 2001

The 2001 Tri Nations Trophy at Subiaco Oval, Perth: 'Crucial Ruck'
Code #ARU010 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x264mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v The South African Springboks: The Tri Nations Trophy at Subiaco Oval, Perth, 18 August 2001.

A crowd of 43,000 watched the Wallabies and Springboks clash for the Tri Nations Trophy, a trophy that signifies the highest standard in world rugby competition. The Wallabies and the Springboks were both putting forward a game of positive attack and defence. Half time had the Springboks 5 points in the lead, but soon they were even and a titanic struggle continued until the siren sounded, when the score rested at 14-all. The first draw in Tri Nations history, and to win the Tri Nations Trophy the Wallabies had to defeat the New Zealand All Blacks two weeks later at Stadium Australia.

Code #ARU120 The 2001 Tri Nations Trophy: 'Crucial Ruck'
Category: Tri Nations Cup 2001

The 2001 Tri Nations Trophy at Subiaco Oval, Perth: 'Crucial Ruck'
Code #ARU120 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The South African Springboks: The Tri Nations Trophy at Subiaco Oval, Perth, 18 August 2001.

A crowd of 43,000 watched the Wallabies and Springboks clash for the Tri Nations Trophy, a trophy that signifies the highest standard in world rugby competition. The Wallabies and the Springboks were both putting forward a game of positive attack and defence. Half time had the Springboks 5 points in the lead, but soon they were even and a titanic struggle continued until the siren sounded, when the score rested at 14-all. The first draw in Tri Nations history, and to win the Tri Nations Trophy the Wallabies had to defeat the New Zealand All Blacks two weeks later at Stadium Australia.

Code #ARU121 The 2001 Tri Nations Trophy: 'Flying Wallaby'
Category: Tri Nations Cup 2001

The 2001 Tri Nations Trophy at Subiaco Oval, Perth: 'Flying Wallaby'
Code #ARU121 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The South African Springboks: The Tri Nations Trophy at Subiaco Oval, Perth, 18 August 2001.

A crowd of 43,000 watched the Wallabies and Springboks clash for the Tri Nations Trophy, a trophy that signifies the highest standard in world rugby competition. The Wallabies and the Springboks were both putting forward a game of positive attack and defence. Half time had the Springboks 5 points in the lead, but soon they were even and a titanic struggle continued until the siren sounded, when the score rested at 14-all. The first draw in Tri Nations history, and to win the Tri Nations Trophy the Wallabies had to defeat the New Zealand All Blacks two weeks later at Stadium Australia.

Code #ARU135 The Cook Cup: Australia v England, June 26 2004
Category: Wallabies v England 2004

The Cook Cup: Australia v England, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, June 26 2004
Code #ARU135 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

Score: Australia 51 England 15

Tries: Australia, Clyde Rathbone 3; Jeremy Paul 2; Lote Tuqiri. England, Richard Hill, Lawrence Dallaglio.

Crowd: 52,492

Code #ARU136 The Cook Cup: Australia v England, June 26 2004: Action
Category: Wallabies v England 2004

The Cook Cup: Australia v England, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, June 26 2004
Code #ARU136 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x245mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Score: Australia 51 England 15

Tries: Australia, Clyde Rathbone 3; Jeremy Paul 2; Lote Tuqiri. England, Richard Hill, Lawrence Dallaglio.

Crowd: 52,492

Code #ARU137 The Cook Cup: Australia v England, June 26 2004: Team
Category: Wallabies v England 2004

The Cook Cup: Australia v England, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, June 26 2004
Code #ARU137 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x245mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Score: Australia 51 England 15

Tries: Australia, Clyde Rathbone 3; Jeremy Paul 2; Lote Tuqiri. England, Richard Hill, Lawrence Dallaglio.

Crowd: 52,492

Code #ARU015 The Wallabies v France, 2nd Test: 'Probing'
Category: Wallabies v France 2002

The Wallabies v France, 2nd Test at Stadium Australia: 'Probing'
Code #ARU015 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm • Limited Edition of 100 • Each print is individually numbered

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v France: 2nd Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 29 June 2002.

Despite fielding an under-strength team due to injuries, the Wallabies built a 13-0 lead after 29 minutes and, although France hit back with 18 unanswered points by the 46th minute. Australia bounced back with Mortlock feeding the ball to Wendell Sailor on the wing, who passed to Daniel Herbert to score at the corner. Wallaby captain George Gregan then stretched the lead to a converted try with his first international drop goal, and Owen Finegan supplied Mortlock for Australia's fourth try before France scored a consolation try with barely four minutes left. But the Wallabies had secured a 31-25 victory to complete a 2-0 series clean sweep over the Six Nations champions.

Code #ARU016 The Wallabies v France, 2nd Test: 'Lineout Liftoff'
Category: Wallabies v France 2002

The Wallabies v France, 2nd Test at Stadium Australia: 'Lineout Liftoff'
Code #ARU016 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x312mm • Limited Edition of 100 • Each print is individually numbered

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v France: 2nd Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 29 June 2002.

Despite fielding an under-strength team due to injuries, the Wallabies built a 13-0 lead after 29 minutes and, although France hit back with 18 unanswered points by the 46th minute. Australia bounced back with Mortlock feeding the ball to Wendell Sailor on the wing, who passed to Daniel Herbert to score at the corner. Wallaby captain George Gregan then stretched the lead to a converted try with his first international drop goal, and Owen Finegan supplied Mortlock for Australia's fourth try before France scored a consolation try with barely four minutes left. But the Wallabies had secured a 31-25 victory to complete a 2-0 series clean sweep over the Six Nations champions.

Code #ARU017 The Wallabies v France, 2nd Test: 'Sailor in Flight'
Category: Wallabies v France 2002

The Wallabies v France, 2nd Test at Stadium Australia: 'Sailor in Flight'
Code #ARU017 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x248mm • Limited Edition of 100 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v France: 2nd Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 29 June 2002.

Despite fielding an under-strength team due to injuries, the Wallabies built a 13-0 lead after 29 minutes and, although France hit back with 18 unanswered points by the 46th minute. Australia bounced back with Mortlock feeding the ball to Wendell Sailor on the wing, who passed to Daniel Herbert to score at the corner. Wallaby captain George Gregan then stretched the lead to a converted try with his first international drop goal, and Owen Finegan supplied Mortlock for Australia's fourth try before France scored a consolation try with barely four minutes left. But the Wallabies had secured a 31-25 victory to complete a 2-0 series clean sweep over the Six Nations champions.

Code #020 World Cup Cricket, MCG
Category: World Cup Final 1992

World Cup Cricket Final, Melbourne Cricket Ground - Australia
Code #020 • Photographic Print • 1015x350mm

Match date: 25th March 1992 - Result: Pakistan (Captain, Imran Khan) 6-249 defeated England (Captain, Graham Gooch) 227 - Man of the Match: Wasim Akram (Pakistan) - Umpires: Steve Bucknor (West Indies), Brian Aldridge (New Zealand) - MCG Attendance 87,182.

Code #WWS013 The Winning Run
Category: World Cup Final 1999

The Winning Run World Cup Final 1999: Australia v Pakistan
Code #WWS013 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x235mm • Limited Edition of 1500

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Code #WWS014 Lord's
Category: World Cup Final 1999

Lord's World Cup Final 1999: Australia v Pakistan
Code #WWS014 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x235mm • Limited Edition of 1500

 

BONUS! Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The historic ground at Lord's has hosted many exciting matches. Among these is Australia's thrilling victory during the 1999 World Cup. This beautiful panoramic photograph features the new media centre along with the familiar stands and pavilions. It is a wonderful souvenir for anyone who has visited or appreciates this famous venue.

Code #SP011 HowZat Australia featuring Shane Warne, Man of the Match
Category: World Cup Final 1999

How Zat Australia World Cup Final 1999: Australia v Pakistan
Code #SP011 • Print size 760x500mm • Limited Edition of 1500

Australia's 1999 World Cup winning cricket team. This memorable moment captures the team on the balcony at Lord's celebrating their historic victory over Pakistan.

Pakistan: 132 all out, from 39 overs (Shane Warne 4/33, Man of the Match) Australia 133, from 20.1 overs (Adam Gilchrist 54 from 36 balls)

Code #030 World Series Cricket, SCG
Category: World Series 1993

World Series Cricket, Sydney - Australia
Code #030 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

First final at the Sydney Cricket Ground, 16th January 1993, the day Richie Richardson captained the West Indies to a narrow win over Australia. Allan Border captained the Aussie team to near victory but the record books will forever show the score as 239 to 214. Curtly Ambrose was the man of the match in front of an enthusiastic attendance of 37,581.

Code #P011 Australia Celebrates
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

Australia Celebrates
Code #P011 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 2000 pieces • Puzzle size 2000x330mm • Largest puzzle made in Australia!

On Australia Day, 26th January 1988, Australia celebrated 200 years since the arrival of the first European settlers in a truly spectacular event on Sydney's world-famous harbour. The First Fleet Re-enactment is moored in Farm Cove just to the left of the Sydney Opera House. In front of the Opera House is Spain's 113 metre Juan Sebastian de Eleano whilst the 108 metre Dar Mlodziezy from Poland is nearing the island of Fort Denison further to the left. Hundreds of spectator craft dot the Harbour revelling in the spirit of the celebrations.

This superb 300° panoramic photograph was taken by Phil Gray with a camera specially mounted on a helicopter and remains the most popular poster shot he has ever taken. It provides not only a challenging puzzle but a genuinely remarkable image worthy of being framed when completed.

Code #SP018 Mick Doohan: 500cc World Champion 1994-1998 Signed by Mick Doohan
Category: Mick Doohan

Mick Doohan: 500cc World Champion 1994-1998
Code #SP018 • Panoramic Print • 350x1015mm • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is personally autographed by Mick Doohan and is individually numbered

Code #SP020 400 Club - Glenn McGrath
Category: Milestones

400 Club - Glenn McGrath
Code #SP020 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x220mm • Signed by Glenn McGrath • Limited Edition of 400 • Each print is individually numbered, and includes a Certificate of Authenticity

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

This panoramic photograph captures Glenn McGrath joining the elite group of cricketers who have taken 400 Test wickets. Australia v Pakistan, Sharjah, 21st October 2002 – Waqar Younis, lbw McGrath.

Code #RWC01 Pool A: Australia v Argentina
Category: Pool Matches

Pool A: Australia v Argentina, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 10 October 2003.
Code #RWC01 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

It wasn't convincing, but it was a win.

Australia started brilliantly with two early penalty goals by Elton Flatley and Wendell Sailor leaving Argentine defenders in his wake, crashing over out wide in the 20th minute for the first try of the World Cup. Argentina struggled to make any inroads through the Australian defence. They eventually scored with 10 minutes to go but winger Joe Roff hit back immediately for Australia and the game ended with Australia victorious. Final score: Australia 24 Argentina 8.

The win all but secures Australia's passage through to the quarter-finals with pool matches over Romania and Namibia to come in the next fortnight.

Code #RWC39 THE FINAL: Australia v England
Category: The Finals

THE FINAL: Australia v England, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 22 November 2003.
Code #RWC39 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

Even before the game went into extra time, where 3-point options came at a premium and Wilkinson landed his amazing title-winning drop goal, the man most likely to cash in on the match conditions and a tight, pressured match was wearing a white jersey.

And his final drop goal in the 99th minute of the match showed the cool character under fire that the man has brought to the pitch on every single occasion he has played the game.

From his early two penalty goals from long range to the final nail in Australia's coffin Wilkinson showed just why he is so dangerous with the boot.

While many will focus on his winning drop goal, what Wilkinson rediscovered at Telstra Stadium was his noted defensive prowess and ball-playing ability, threatening the line and throwing the last pass for Jason Robinson's try in the first period.

His kicking for the line kept Australia moving backwards, and then those goalkicks and ultimately a superlative drop goal were unsheathed to draw the Wallabies lifeblood.

ENGLAND 20 (Jason Robinson 1 try; Jonny Wilkinson 3 penalty goals, 1 drop goal) bt AUSTRALIA 17 (Lote Tuqiri 1 try; Elton Flatley 3 penalty goals). Halftime: 14-5. Fulltime: 14-14. At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Andre Watson (RSA). Crowd: 82,957.

Code #ARU128 Wallabies v England, Telstra Dome, Melbourne, June 21 2003
Category: Wallabies v England 2003

The Wallabies v England, Telstra Dome, Melbourne, June 21 2003
Code #ARU128 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 100 • Each print is individually numbered

The Australian Wallabies v England, Telstra Dome, Melbourne, June 21 2003
Score: England 25 Australia 14
Crowd: 54,868

Code #ARU126 Wallabies v Wales, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, June 14 2003
Category: Wallabies v Wales 2003

The Wallabies v Wales, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, June 14 2003
Code #ARU126 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 100 • Each print is individually numbered

The Australian Wallabies v Wales, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, June 14 2003
Score: Australia 30 Wales 10
Crowd: 63,688

Code #P001 Sydney Harbour Ferry Boat Race - Australia
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

Sydney Harbour Ferry Boat Race - Australia
Code #P001 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 1000x330mm

On the 26th January each year a race is held between Sydney's ferry boats as part of the Australia Day celebrations. This aerial photograph captures this unique spectacle on one of the world's greatest harbours as the ferries race past the famous white sails of the Sydney Opera House.

This superb panoramic photograph by Phil Gray provides both a challenging puzzle and is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #P002 Princes Bridge, Melbourne - Victoria, Australia
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

Princes Bridge, Melbourne - Victoria, Australia
Code #P002 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 1000x330mm

Founded in 1835 by John Batman and John Pascoe Fawkner, Melbourne entered a boom period with the discovery of gold in Victoria in 1851. Centred on the north bank of the Yarra River and at the head of Port Phillip Bay, cosmopolitan Melbourne today has a population of 3.2 million people who enjoy its many famous cultural and sporting attractions.

This superb panoramic photograph by Phil Gray provides both a challenging puzzle and is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #P003 Endeavour Arriving Sydney Harbour - Australia
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

Endeavour Arriving Sydney Harbour - Australia
Code #P003 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 1000x330mm

In 1770 Captain James Cook sailed from England in his ship the Endeavour and discovered the east coast of Australia. On the 1st December 1994 an exact replica of the Endeavour arrived in Sydney Harbour surrounded by thousands of enthusiastic well-wishers. Built in Fremantle, Western Australia, the Endeavour Replica is the result of years of devotion by hundreds of volunteers to create this magnificent national icon.

This superb panoramic photograph by Phil Gray provides both a challenging puzzle and is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #P004 'Wallace's Hut', Alpine National Park - Victoria, Australia
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

'Wallace's Hut', Alpine National Park - Victoria, Australia
Code #P004 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 1000x330mm

'Wallace's Hut' was built in 1889 by three pioneer grazier brothers, Arthur, William and Stewart Wallace, and is believed to be the oldest surviving structure on the Bogong High Plains. Constructed from Snow Gum slats and Woollybutt shingles, it is also nicknamed the 'Seldom Seen Hut' by bush walkers because it seems to merge in with the dense and hauntingly beautiful Snow Gum environs.

This superb panoramic photograph by Phil Gray provides both a challenging puzzle and is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #P005 'The Twelve Apostles' - Victoria, Australia
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

'The Twelve Apostles' - Victoria, Australia
Code #P005 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 1000x330mm

This spectacular aerial photograph of 'The Twelve Apostles' stretches from Port Campbell on the left to Cape Otway on the right. Set back from the rugged limestone cliff tops is the famous Great Ocean Road, a 300km journey through rainforests, Port Campbell National Park, and along the edge of some of the world's most breathtaking coastal formations.

This superb panoramic photograph by Phil Gray provides both a challenging puzzle and is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #P006 Bondi Beach - Australia
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

Bondi Beach - Australia
Code #P006 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 1000x330mm

Of the twenty or more magnificent surfing beaches on Sydney's coastline, Bondi is the closest to the city centre and the most famous. The name Bondi comes from an Aboriginal word appropriately meaning 'sound of waves breaking on the beach'. The rockpool on the right is the swimming venue of the famous Bondi Icebergs, a swimming club whose members declare their winter season open by throwing large blocks of ice into the pool before jumping in. In summer months people pack the beach to soak up the sun, swim in the surf, or fraternise in the coffee shops and restaurants.

This superb panoramic photograph by Phil Gray provides both a challenging puzzle and is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #P007 The Secret Holden Graveyard - Australia
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

The Secret Holden Graveyard - Australia
Code #P007 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 1000x330mm

This popular photograph of a Holden graveyard at a location kept secret to prevent pilfering provides a nostalgic look back to 1948 when the Holden 48-215 became this country's first successfully mass-produced car. The euphoria and pride surrounding its release lives on today as a unique Australian cult.

This superb panoramic photograph by Phil Gray provides both a challenging puzzle and is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #P008 Sydney Celebrates - Australia
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

Sydney Celebrates - Australia
Code #P008 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 1000x330mm

On Australia Day, 26th January 1988, Sydney celebrated 200 years since the arrival of the first European settlers in a truly spectacular event on its world-famous harbour. The First Fleet Re-enactment is moored in Farm Cove just to the left of the Sydney Opera House, whilst the many visiting Tall Ships are surrounded by hundreds of spectator craft revelling in the spirit of the celebrations.

This superb panoramic photograph by Phil Gray provides both a challenging puzzle and is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #P009 Sydney Then and Now
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

Sydney Then and Now
Code #P009 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 700x490mm

A fascinating comparison of Sydney as it was in 1904 with the skyline from exactly the same angle today.

The 1904 shot was taken by Melvin Vaniman, photographer extraordinaire, who built his own panorama camera and balloon to take it! On the left is the P&O Wharf where the Opera House now stands. Above the ferry is Customs House while in the centre is the Post Office Tower and Town Hall. Further right are the Flemish-style gables of the Australasian Steam Navigation Co. building, Campbell's Storehouse (now the Waterfront Restaurant) and the chimney of the never commissioned Electric Power Station. In the foreground is Port Jackson's fastest vessel of the day, the Water Police launch Argus.

Phil Gray photographed Sydney from a helicopter in the same position as Vaniman's balloon to provide a challenging puzzle which is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #P010 Melbourne Then and Now
Category: Jigsaw Puzzles

Melbourne Then and Now
Code #P010 • Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle • 1000 pieces • Puzzle size 700x490mm

A fascinating comparison of Melbourne as it was in 1903 with the city from exactly the same angle today. The corner is that of Collins St. and Elizabeth St. looking down Collins St. on the right of centre towards Spring St.

Collins St. and Elizabeth St. in 1903 were the products of the goldrush twenty years earlier when 'Marvellous Melbourne' became one of the world's richest cities. The north side of Collins St. between Elizabeth St. and Swanston St., known as 'The Block', boasted an array of coffee houses, booksellers and music shops. 'Doing the Block' was a fashionable pastime on Saturday afternoons. Early cars and trams can be seen in the photo passing by such quaint institutions as 'Blitz's Painless Dentistry'. It is hard to believe that only thirty years earlier this intersection had been part of a natural river running along Elizabeth St. which swept people and animals alike downstream in times of flood!

Phil Gray photographed Melbourne from the same position as the original to provide a challenging puzzle which is ideal for framing when completed.

Code #SP010 Mick Doohan, conqueror. SOLD OUT
Category: Mick Doohan

Mick Doohan, conqueror. SOLD OUT
Code #SP010 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is individually numbered • Signed by Mick Doohan (Printed signature only) • Cerificate of Authenticity supplied on request

Code #SP014 Shane '356' Warne
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Category: Milestones

Shane '356' Warne
Code #SP014 • Photographic Print • 1000x225mm • Limited Edition of 1500

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This panoramic photograph captures the moment when, on March 15 2000 at Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand, Shane Warne took his 356th test wicket, thus eclipsing Dennis Lillee's record for the highest number of wickets taken by an Australian bowler.

Code #RWC02 Pool A: Australia v Argentina
Category: Pool Matches

Pool A: Australia v Argentina, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 10 October 2003.
Code #RWC02 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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It wasn't convincing, but it was a win.

Australia started brilliantly with two early penalty goals by Elton Flatley and Wendell Sailor leaving Argentine defenders in his wake, crashing over out wide in the 20th minute for the first try of the World Cup. Argentina struggled to make any inroads through the Australian defence. They eventually scored with 10 minutes to go but winger Joe Roff hit back immediately for Australia and the game ended with Australia victorious. Final score: Australia 24 Argentina 8.

The win all but secures Australia's passage through to the quarter-finals with pool matches over Romania and Namibia to come in the next fortnight.

Code #RWC40 THE FINAL: Australia v England: The Winning Goal
Category: The Finals

THE FINAL: Australia v England: The Winning Goal. Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 22 November 2003.
Code #RWC40 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Even before the game went into extra time, where 3-point options came at a premium and Wilkinson landed his amazing title-winning drop goal, the man most likely to cash in on the match conditions and a tight, pressured match was wearing a white jersey.

And his final drop goal in the 99th minute of the match showed the cool character under fire that the man has brought to the pitch on every single occasion he has played the game.

From his early two penalty goals from long range to the final nail in Australia's coffin Wilkinson showed just why he is so dangerous with the boot.

While many will focus on his winning drop goal, what Wilkinson rediscovered at Telstra Stadium was his noted defensive prowess and ball-playing ability, threatening the line and throwing the last pass for Jason Robinson's try in the first period.

His kicking for the line kept Australia moving backwards, and then those goalkicks and ultimately a superlative drop goal were unsheathed to draw the Wallabies lifeblood.

ENGLAND 20 (Jason Robinson 1 try; Jonny Wilkinson 3 penalty goals, 1 drop goal) bt AUSTRALIA 17 (Lote Tuqiri 1 try; Elton Flatley 3 penalty goals). Halftime: 14-5. Fulltime: 14-14. At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Andre Watson (RSA). Crowd: 82,957.

Code #ARU129 Wallabies v England, Telstra Dome, Melbourne, June 21 2003: 'Lineout'
Category: Wallabies v England 2003

The Wallabies v England, Telstra Dome, Melbourne, June 21 2003: 'Lineout'
Code #ARU128 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x260mm • Limited Edition of 100 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v England, Telstra Dome, Melbourne, June 21 2003
Score: England 25 Australia 14
Crowd: 54,868

Code #ARU127 Wallabies v Wales, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, June 14 2003: 'Try'
Category: Wallabies v Wales 2003

Wallabies v Wales, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, June 14 2003: 'Try'
Code #ARU127 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x214mm • Limited Edition of 100 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v Wales, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, June 14 2003
Score: Australia 30 Wales 10
Crowd: 63,688

Code #RWC51 Pool A: Australia v Argentina
Category: Pool Matches

Pool A: Australia v Argentina, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 10 October 2003.
Code #RWC51 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

It wasn't convincing, but it was a win.

Australia started brilliantly with two early penalty goals by Elton Flatley and Wendell Sailor leaving Argentine defenders in his wake, crashing over out wide in the 20th minute for the first try of the World Cup. Argentina struggled to make any inroads through the Australian defence. They eventually scored with 10 minutes to go but winger Joe Roff hit back immediately for Australia and the game ended with Australia victorious. Final score: Australia 24 Argentina 8.

The win all but secures Australia's passage through to the quarter-finals with pool matches over Romania and Namibia to come in the next fortnight.

Code #RWC41 THE FINAL: Australia v England
Category: The Finals

THE FINAL: Australia v England, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 22 November 2003.
Code #RWC41 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Even before the game went into extra time, where 3-point options came at a premium and Wilkinson landed his amazing title-winning drop goal, the man most likely to cash in on the match conditions and a tight, pressured match was wearing a white jersey.

And his final drop goal in the 99th minute of the match showed the cool character under fire that the man has brought to the pitch on every single occasion he has played the game.

From his early two penalty goals from long range to the final nail in Australia's coffin Wilkinson showed just why he is so dangerous with the boot.

While many will focus on his winning drop goal, what Wilkinson rediscovered at Telstra Stadium was his noted defensive prowess and ball-playing ability, threatening the line and throwing the last pass for Jason Robinson's try in the first period.

His kicking for the line kept Australia moving backwards, and then those goalkicks and ultimately a superlative drop goal were unsheathed to draw the Wallabies lifeblood.

ENGLAND 20 (Jason Robinson 1 try; Jonny Wilkinson 3 penalty goals, 1 drop goal) bt AUSTRALIA 17 (Lote Tuqiri 1 try; Elton Flatley 3 penalty goals). Halftime: 14-5. Fulltime: 14-14. At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Andre Watson (RSA). Crowd: 82,957.

Code #RWC45 Pool D: New Zealand v Italy
Category: Pool Matches

Pool D: New Zealand v Italy, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 11 October 2003.
Code #RWC45 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

New Zealand lived up to their billing as favourites to lift the Webb Ellis Cup with an impressive display of ball in hand rugby to record a 70-7 victory over Pool D rivals Italy at the Telstra Dome in Melbourne.

The All Blacks, who went ahead as early as the first minute after a penalty by fly half Carlos Spencer, ran in 11 tries in the match and clinched the first bonus point in Rugby World Cup history two minutes before half time.

This was only one record to fall to New Zealand under the closed retractable roof of the Telstra Dome though, with Spencer's opening penalty bringing up 7,000 points in the Tournament's history.

However Italy could draw positives from the game, the Azzurri defence having held firm for long periods in the first half and their attack having created some good opportunities.

On the down side for New Zealand Tana Umaga and Rokocoko both limped from the field, centre Umaga after colliding with Spencer in a first half tackle and wing Rokocoko pulling up in a tackle for his second try.

Spencer himself suffered a knock to his ankle in a tackle by Barbini and had to hand over kicking duties to Carter in the first half, the centre ending the match with 17 points.

Code #RWC52 THE FINAL: The Champion Team
Category: The Finals

THE FINAL: The Champion Team. Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 22 November 2003.
Code #RWC52 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Even before the game went into extra time, where 3-point options came at a premium and Wilkinson landed his amazing title-winning drop goal, the man most likely to cash in on the match conditions and a tight, pressured match was wearing a white jersey.

And his final drop goal in the 99th minute of the match showed the cool character under fire that the man has brought to the pitch on every single occasion he has played the game.

From his early two penalty goals from long range to the final nail in Australia's coffin Wilkinson showed just why he is so dangerous with the boot.

While many will focus on his winning drop goal, what Wilkinson rediscovered at Telstra Stadium was his noted defensive prowess and ball-playing ability, threatening the line and throwing the last pass for Jason Robinson's try in the first period.

His kicking for the line kept Australia moving backwards, and then those goalkicks and ultimately a superlative drop goal were unsheathed to draw the Wallabies lifeblood.

ENGLAND 20 (Jason Robinson 1 try; Jonny Wilkinson 3 penalty goals, 1 drop goal) bt AUSTRALIA 17 (Lote Tuqiri 1 try; Elton Flatley 3 penalty goals). Halftime: 14-5. Fulltime: 14-14. At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Andre Watson (RSA). Crowd: 82,957.

Code #RWC46 Pool D: New Zealand v Italy
Category: Pool Matches

Pool D: New Zealand v Italy, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 11 October 2003.
Code #RWC46 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

New Zealand lived up to their billing as favourites to lift the Webb Ellis Cup with an impressive display of ball in hand rugby to record a 70-7 victory over Pool D rivals Italy at the Telstra Dome in Melbourne.

The All Blacks, who went ahead as early as the first minute after a penalty by fly half Carlos Spencer, ran in 11 tries in the match and clinched the first bonus point in Rugby World Cup history two minutes before half time.

This was only one record to fall to New Zealand under the closed retractable roof of the Telstra Dome though, with Spencer's opening penalty bringing up 7,000 points in the Tournament's history.

However Italy could draw positives from the game, the Azzurri defence having held firm for long periods in the first half and their attack having created some good opportunities.

On the down side for New Zealand Tana Umaga and Rokocoko both limped from the field, centre Umaga after colliding with Spencer in a first half tackle and wing Rokocoko pulling up in a tackle for his second try.

Spencer himself suffered a knock to his ankle in a tackle by Barbini and had to hand over kicking duties to Carter in the first half, the centre ending the match with 17 points.

Code #RWC54 THE FINAL: Medal Presentation, England
Category: The Finals

THE FINAL: Medal Presentation, England. Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 22 November 2003.
Code #RWC54 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Even before the game went into extra time, where 3-point options came at a premium and Wilkinson landed his amazing title-winning drop goal, the man most likely to cash in on the match conditions and a tight, pressured match was wearing a white jersey.

And his final drop goal in the 99th minute of the match showed the cool character under fire that the man has brought to the pitch on every single occasion he has played the game.

From his early two penalty goals from long range to the final nail in Australia's coffin Wilkinson showed just why he is so dangerous with the boot.

While many will focus on his winning drop goal, what Wilkinson rediscovered at Telstra Stadium was his noted defensive prowess and ball-playing ability, threatening the line and throwing the last pass for Jason Robinson's try in the first period.

His kicking for the line kept Australia moving backwards, and then those goalkicks and ultimately a superlative drop goal were unsheathed to draw the Wallabies lifeblood.

ENGLAND 20 (Jason Robinson 1 try; Jonny Wilkinson 3 penalty goals, 1 drop goal) bt AUSTRALIA 17 (Lote Tuqiri 1 try; Elton Flatley 3 penalty goals). Halftime: 14-5. Fulltime: 14-14. At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Andre Watson (RSA). Crowd: 82,957.

Code #RWC03 Pool C: South Africa v England
Category: Pool Matches

Pool C: South Africa v England, Subiaco Oval, Perth. 18 October 2003.
Code #RWC03 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

England emerged victorious 25-6 from this hotly contested pool match with South Africa at Subiaco Oval, thanks mainly to the ever-reliable boot of Jonny Wilkinson.

The outcome had great significance with the winner likely to win their pool and thus avoid a daunting quarter-final with likely Pool D winners, New Zealand.

The score was even at the half time break(6-6) but the turning point came in the 63rd minute when flanker Lewis Moody charged down a clearance by Koen, the ball bouncing backwards with Will Greenwood racing through to touch down unchallenged.

Code #RWC55 THE FINAL: Medal Presentation, Australia
Category: The Finals

THE FINAL: Medal Presentation, Australia. Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 22 November 2003.
Code #RWC55 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Even before the game went into extra time, where 3-point options came at a premium and Wilkinson landed his amazing title-winning drop goal, the man most likely to cash in on the match conditions and a tight, pressured match was wearing a white jersey.

And his final drop goal in the 99th minute of the match showed the cool character under fire that the man has brought to the pitch on every single occasion he has played the game.

From his early two penalty goals from long range to the final nail in Australia's coffin Wilkinson showed just why he is so dangerous with the boot.

While many will focus on his winning drop goal, what Wilkinson rediscovered at Telstra Stadium was his noted defensive prowess and ball-playing ability, threatening the line and throwing the last pass for Jason Robinson's try in the first period.

His kicking for the line kept Australia moving backwards, and then those goalkicks and ultimately a superlative drop goal were unsheathed to draw the Wallabies lifeblood.

ENGLAND 20 (Jason Robinson 1 try; Jonny Wilkinson 3 penalty goals, 1 drop goal) bt AUSTRALIA 17 (Lote Tuqiri 1 try; Elton Flatley 3 penalty goals). Halftime: 14-5. Fulltime: 14-14. At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Andre Watson (RSA). Crowd: 82,957.

Code #RWC04 Pool C: South Africa v England
Category: Pool Matches

Pool C: South Africa v England, Subiaco Oval, Perth. 18 October 2003.
Code #RWC04 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

England emerged victorious 25-6 from this hotly contested pool match with South Africa at Subiaco Oval, thanks mainly to the ever-reliable boot of Jonny Wilkinson.

The outcome had great signifcance with the winner likely to win their pool and thus avoid a daunting quarter-final with likely Pool D winners, New Zealand.

The score was even at the half time break(6-6) but the turning point came in the 63rd minute when flanker Lewis Moody charged down a clearance by Koen, the ball bouncing backwards with Will Greenwood racing through to touch down unchallenged.

Code #RWC05 Pool A: Argentina v Romania
Category: Pool Matches

Pool A: Argentina v Romania, Sydney Football Stadium. 22 October 2003.
Code #RWC05 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

Argentina continued its push for a Rugby World Cup quarter-final berth with a comfortable 50-3 win over Romania in their clash at the Sydney Football Stadium.

Argentina scored seven unanswered tries to collect a bonus point and move to the top of Pool A although Australia and Ireland have a game in hand.

Code #RWC30 Semi Final 1: New Zealand v Australia
Category: The Finals

Semi Final 1: New Zealand v Australia, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 15 November 2003.
Code #RWC30 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

Australia was in ecstasy last night, and the lights went out in New Zealand, when the Wallabies' World Cup dream continued with a magical and near-faultless semi-final triumph at Telstra Stadium.

The Wallabies defied all the odds when they at last got it all together at exactly the right time to ensure New Zealand's hideous 16-year World Cup drought continued. They outpointed the New Zealanders in every department for a majestic victory.

Australia now head to their third World Cup final, meeting the victor of tonight's England-France semi-final at Telstra Stadium on Saturday.

Australia 22 (Stirling Mortlock 1 try; Elton Flatley 1 conversion, 5 penalty goals) bt New Zealand 10 (Reuben Thorne 1 try; Leon MacDonald 1 conversion, 1 penalty goal) At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Chris White (England). Crowd: 82,444.

Code #RWC06 Pool A: Argentina v Romania
Category: Pool Matches

Pool A: Argentina v Romania, Sydney Football Stadium. 22 October 2003.
Code #RWC06 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Argentina continued its push for a Rugby World Cup quarter-final berth with a comfortable 50-3 win over Romania in their clash at the Sydney Football Stadium.

Argentina scored seven unanswered tries to collect a bonus point and move to the top of Pool A although Australia and Ireland have a game in hand.

Code #RWC31 Semi Final 1: New Zealand v Australia
Category: The Finals

Semi Final 1: New Zealand v Australia, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 15 November 2003.
Code #RWC31 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Australia was in ecstasy last night, and the lights went out in New Zealand, when the Wallabies' World Cup dream continued with a magical and near-faultless semi-final triumph at Telstra Stadium.

The Wallabies defied all the odds when they at last got it all together at exactly the right time to ensure New Zealand's hideous 16-year World Cup drought continued. They outpointed the New Zealanders in every department for a majestic victory.

Australia now head to their third World Cup final, meeting the victor of tonight's England-France semi-final at Telstra Stadium on Saturday.

Australia 22 (Stirling Mortlock 1 try; Elton Flatley 1 conversion, 5 penalty goals) bt New Zealand 10 (Reuben Thorne 1 try; Leon MacDonald 1 conversion, 1 penalty goal) At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Chris White (England). Crowd: 82,444.

Code #SP024 2004 Bob Jane T-Marts 1000 at Mt Panorama, Bathurst - Australia
Category: Bathurst

2004 Bob Jane T-Marts 1000 at Mt Panorama, Bathurst - Australia
Code #SP0244 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 100 • includes Certificate of Authenticity

Greg Murphy and Rick Kelly had the good luck and superior driving skills to give them their second Bob Jane T-Marts 1000 win, back-to-back, on Mount Panorama. For six years in a row Holden have beaten Ford in this dramatic event. On this occasion, ahead of Craig Lowndes/Glenn Seton and a parade of six Fords in hot pursuit, Murphy and Kelly in their K-Mart Racing Commodore were quality not quantity. Just like every other year the 2004 BobJane T-Marts 1000 was packed with incredible incidents. A feral kangaroo tragically bounded into the limelight momentarily to put Jim Richards and his son, Steven, out of the running. Following rough repairs they crossed the line in 21st position. Meanwhile, the 32 year old New Zealander, Greg Murphy, enjoys sixth place on the All-time Winner's List behind other greats, including Peter Brock, Jim Richards and Larry Perkins. Even though Murphy is yet to win a V8 Supercar Championship, it is on his wish list before retirement. The partnership of the dynamic duo of Greg Murphy and his Australian team mate, Rick Kelly, now comes to an end but for now they are Kings of the Mountain. Crowd: 60,359.

Code #RWC47 Pool D: New Zealand v Tonga
Category: Pool Matches

Pool D: New Zealand v Tonga, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 24 October 2003.
Code #RWC47 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

In a lop-sided encounter, New Zealand demolished Tonga 91-7. The All Blacks performed their traditional Haka and the enormous Tongans performed their own war dance, eyeball to eyeball with the New Zealanders.

Unfortunately the contest in Brisbane ended there, as the All Blacks demolished Tonga in the heaviest thrashing yet of RWC2003. New Zealand scored 13 tries and the only consolation for Tonga was in the achieving of their first-ever try against New Zealand.

Code #RWC32 Semi Final 1: New Zealand v Australia
Category: The Finals

Semi Final 1: New Zealand v Australia, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 15 November 2003.
Code #RWC32 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Australia was in ecstasy last night, and the lights went out in New Zealand, when the Wallabies' World Cup dream continued with a magical and near-faultless semi-final triumph at Telstra Stadium.

The Wallabies defied all the odds when they at last got it all together at exactly the right time to ensure New Zealand's hideous 16-year World Cup drought continued. They outpointed the New Zealanders in every department for a majestic victory.

Australia now head to their third World Cup final, meeting the victor of tonight's England-France semi-final at Telstra Stadium on Saturday.

Australia 22 (Stirling Mortlock 1 try; Elton Flatley 1 conversion, 5 penalty goals) bt New Zealand 10 (Reuben Thorne 1 try; Leon MacDonald 1 conversion, 1 penalty goal) At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Chris White (England). Crowd: 82,444.

Code #RWC38A The Haka
Category: The Finals

The Haka 3/4 Playoff, New Zealand v France, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 20 November 2003.
Code #RWC38A • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Code #SP023 2003 Bob Jane T-Marts 1000 at Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

2003 Bob Jane T-Marts 1000 at Mt Panorama, Bathurst - Australia
Code #SP023 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 100 • includes Certificate of Authenticity

New Zealander Greg Murphy, having set the lap record of 2.06.89 minutes in qualifying on Saturday, and backed by youngster Rick Kelly, scored a resounding victory in the 2003 Bob Jane T-Marts 1000. Murphy, who was 'sin-binned' out of a chance of victory last year, dominated the race in his Commodore to finish six seconds ahead of the Falcon of Craig Lowndes and Glenn Seton, while Steve Ellery and Luke Youlden followed their second in the Betta Electrical Sandown 500 with a third in their Falcon. The result was Murphy's third victory at Bathurst, having won in '96 and '99, and Kelly, 20, fourth last year, became the youngest winner, displacing Lowndes. Six-time Bathurst winner Larry Perkins almost certainly hung up his helmet after the race, ending a career spanning more than 35 of his 53 years and which has seen the 'Cowangie Kid' competing in everything from round-Australia rallies to Formula One. Crowd: 52,384.

Code #RWC48 Pool D: New Zealand v Tonga
Category: Pool Matches

Pool D: New Zealand v Tonga, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 24 October 2003.
Code #RWC48 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

In a lop-sided encounter, New Zealand demolished Tonga 91-7. The All Blacks performed their traditional Haka and the enormous Tongans performed their own war dance, eyeball to eyeball with the New Zealanders.

Unfortunately the contest in Brisbane ended there, as the All Blacks demolished Tonga in the heaviest thrashing yet of RWC2003. New Zealand scored 13 tries and the only consolation for Tonga was in the achieving of their first-ever try against New Zealand.

Code #RWC32A Semi Final 1: New Zealand v Australia
Category: The Finals

Semi Final 1: New Zealand v Australia, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 15 November 2003.
Code #RWC32A • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Australia was in ecstasy last night, and the lights went out in New Zealand, when the Wallabies' World Cup dream continued with a magical and near-faultless semi-final triumph at Telstra Stadium.

The Wallabies defied all the odds when they at last got it all together at exactly the right time to ensure New Zealand's hideous 16-year World Cup drought continued. They outpointed the New Zealanders in every department for a majestic victory.

Australia now head to their third World Cup final, meeting the victor of tonight's England-France semi-final at Telstra Stadium on Saturday.

Australia 22 (Stirling Mortlock 1 try; Elton Flatley 1 conversion, 5 penalty goals) bt New Zealand 10 (Reuben Thorne 1 try; Leon MacDonald 1 conversion, 1 penalty goal) At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Chris White (England). Crowd: 82,444.

Code #SP021 2002 Bob Jane T-Marts 1000 at Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

2002 Bob Jane T-Marts 1000 at Mt Panorama, Bathurst - Australia
Code #SP021 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 100 • includes Certificate of Authenticity

For the 22nd time, the Holden Racing Team celebrated victory on the mountain and Mark Skaife was victorious for successive years, this time partnered by the legendary Jim Richards. Mark Skaife has now won the Bathurst endurance race four times and Jim Richards claimed his seventh victory. There were the usual hazards of erratic weather when, with 30 laps to the finish, there was a short, sharp shower of rain, accompanied by hail. The race had many interruptions and on lap 142 the safety car made its ninth appearance after yet another car slid off the track. When racing resumed it was a 15 lap sprint to the finish. Skaife grabbed the lead from Steven Richards on the run up the mountain, opened up a gap and despite anxious moments when his water and oil temperatures soared because of a collection of plastic bags masking the engine's air intakes, held on to his lead to the finish.

Code #RWC07 Pool B: France v Scotland
Category: Pool Matches

Pool B: France v Scotland, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 25 October 2003.
Code #RWC07 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

An ominous looking France thrashed Scotland 51-9 at Telstra Stadium.

In front of 78,974 fans, the French loose forwards completely overwhelmed the Scots and France five-eighth, Frederic Michalak, took full advantage by scoring 28 points.

France looked very good and looked as though they were only in second gear. They next face Ireland or Australia in the quarter finals and will be very tough opposition for either team.

Code #SP017 2001 V8 Supercar 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

2001 V8 Supercar 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst, Australia
Code #SP017 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is individually numbered

The Holden Racing Team celebrated on the mountain with its 21st victory in the V8 Supercar 1000. Mark Skaife, partnered by Tony Longhurst, took the chequered flag 2.2865 seconds ahead of Brad Jones and Scottish veteran John Cleland. It was a particularly gruelling event with the erratic weather creating its own hazards and making conditions treacherous on the 6.2 kilometre Mt Panorama circuit. At one stage, half the track was dry and the other half was wet, with further complications of hailstones reducing traction and making car handling all the more tricky. The competitive spirit of the drivers remained untarnished. There were 10 different leaders, with 25 lead changes throughout the race. Encouraged by his brother Kim in the pits, Brad Jones put in the race of his life trying to chase down Mark Skaife in the last 30 laps of the 161 laps. In front of the second largest crowd in the history of Mt Panorama, 52,365 spectators braved the bitterly cold weather; Brad Jones pulled off his third 2nd place in the event. Mark Skaife, however, convincingly earned his third win of the Bathurst event.

Code #RWC08 Pool B: France v Scotland
Category: Pool Matches

Pool B: France v Scotland, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 25 October 2003.
Code #RWC08 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

An ominous looking France thrashed Scotland 51-9 at Telstra Stadium.

In front of 78,974 fans, the French loose forwards completely overwhelmed the Scots and France five-eighth, Frederic Michalak, took full advantage by scoring 28 points.

France looked very good and looked as though they were only in second gear. They next face Ireland or Australia in the quarter finals and will be very tough opposition for either team.

Code #SP015 2000 FAI 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

It rained, it poured, it was the slippery 2000 FAI 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst, Australia
Code #SP015 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is individually numbered

The mountain was made of mud. Practice day warned drivers the threat of slipping and sliding was precariously imminent. Not a good day for a Sunday drive. The start found No 17, Steven Johnson and Cameron McLean, in the lead. Hard at them was car No 6, Wayne Gardner and Neil bates, with No 1, Mark Skaife and Craig Lowndes, putting pressure on them. The eventual winner, the Valvoline Cummins Commodore No 34, Garth Tander and Jason Bargwanna, was in the picture too. Their first place win gave Tander second place in the Shell Championship Series; Bargwanna came seventh. Mark Skaife added the most points to claim first place whilst his co-driver Craig Lowndes was third. For the FAI 1000, the champagne was sprayed by the Valvoline Duo, Tander and Bargwanna. Everybody loves a winner.

Code #RWC09 Pool B: Japan v USA
Category: Pool Matches

Pool B: Japan v USA, Central Coast Stadium, Gosford. 27 October 2003.
Code #RWC09 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

The USA secured their first Rugby World Cup victory since 1987, surviving a spirited Japan to win 39-26 at Gosford.

Hero of the night was Mike Hercus, the American five-eighth, who conducted his side's attack magnificently, capitalising on the work of his forwards, who towered over their opponents.

The USA established a 20-10 lead at half-time but the Japanese never gave up.

Both teams threw everything at each other until Hercus put the game beyond doubt in the 74th minute when he sent van Zyl over from an inside pass before calmly converting the try to give his team an eight-point buffer.

Code #RWC33 Semi Final 2: France v England
Category: The Finals

Semi Final 1: 2: France v England, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 16 November 2003.
Code #RWC33 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

In a wet and wild semi-final clash, England handled the conditions and the French to grind their way into the World Cup final on the most reliable of weapons, the boot of Jonny Wilkinson.

Wilkinson kicked all of England's 24 points, securing his side a place in the final, where they meet the Wallabies in a rematch of the 1991 World Cup decider in Sydney on Saturday.

Once again, England looked like a team that does not know how to lose, surviving everything a frustrated and gradually fraying French team threw at it.

Despite scoring the only try of the match, Bernard Laporte's side could not compete with England's superior goalkicking and tight-forward play. They also played 20 minutes of the game with just 14 men after Christophe Dominici and Serge Betsen were sent to the sin bin.

Wilkinson landed five penalties from eight attempts and a tally of three drop goals with both the left and right foot. He even survived a shattering tackle from French breakaway Betsen, which earned the No.6 the second yellow card of the match.

England 24 (Jonny Wilkinson 5 penalty goals, 3 drop goals) bt France 7 (Serge Betsen 1 try; Frédéric Michalak 1 conversion) At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Paddy O'Brien (New Zealand). Crowd: 82,346.

Code #SP012 1999 FAI 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

1999 FAI 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst, Australia
Code #SP012 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is individually numbered

Craig Lowndes was the favourite and jumped in front at the start alongside Paul Radisich. Dick Johnson was facing his final race before retirement, in front of a record crowd and was driving in partnership with his son Steven. It was another history making battle on the mountain. Steven Richards and Greg Murphy took the prize in Australia's greatest motor race.

Yahoo! How good is this? exclaimed Richards after the chequered flag. A second win for both of them plus posting the fastest lap of 2 minutes 13.1143 seconds. Meanwhile Craig Lowndes and Cameron McConville took out second place in the race, enough to entitle Lowndes to win his third Shell Championship Series victory in four years. Congratulations all round.

Code #RWC10 Pool B: Japan v USA
Category: Pool Matches

Pool B: Japan v USA, Central Coast Stadium, Gosford. 27 October 2003.
Code #RWC10 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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The USA secured their first Rugby World Cup victory since 1987, surviving a spirited Japan to win 39-26 at Gosford.

Hero of the night was Mike Hercus, the American five-eighth, who conducted his side's attack magnificently, capitalising on the work of his forwards, who towered over their opponents.

The USA established a 20-10 lead at half-time but the Japanese never gave up.

Both teams threw everything at each other until Hercus put the game beyond doubt in the 74th minute when he sent van Zyl over from an inside pass before calmly converting the try to give his team an eight-point buffer.

Code #RWC34 Semi Final 2: France v England
Category: The Finals

Semi Final 1: 2: France v England, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 16 November 2003.
Code #RWC34 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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In a wet and wild semi-final clash, England handled the conditions and the French to grind their way into the World Cup final on the most reliable of weapons, the boot of Jonny Wilkinson.

Wilkinson kicked all of England's 24 points, securing his side a place in the final, where they meet the Wallabies in a rematch of the 1991 World Cup decider in Sydney on Saturday.

Once again, England looked like a team that does not know how to lose, surviving everything a frustrated and gradually fraying French team threw at it.

Despite scoring the only try of the match, Bernard Laporte's side could not compete with England's superior goalkicking and tight-forward play. They also played 20 minutes of the game with just 14 men after Christophe Dominici and Serge Betsen were sent to the sin bin.

Wilkinson landed five penalties from eight attempts and a tally of three drop goals with both the left and right foot. He even survived a shattering tackle from French breakaway Betsen, which earned the No.6 the second yellow card of the match.

England 24 (Jonny Wilkinson 5 penalty goals, 3 drop goals) bt France 7 (Serge Betsen 1 try; Frédéric Michalak 1 conversion) At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Paddy O'Brien (New Zealand). Crowd: 82,346.

Code #SP009 1998 FAI 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

1998 FAI 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst, Australia
Code #SP009 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1500 • Each print is individually numbered

The old masters, Perkins, Johnson and Jones, left their adoring crowd forlorn when young aces Jason Bright and Steven Richards blitzed the field. In the popular race event of roaring V8's that fluctuated from boredom to chaos and at times absorbing, the start promised untold victory for Skaife and Lowndes who set records in the shootout for pole position. They lost with front wheel blowouts. Bright and Richards won the event hand in hand with tactics and determination. Some would say a faultless Sunday drive around the mountain.

Code #RWC49 Pool A: Australia v Ireland
Category: Pool Matches

Pool A: Australia v Ireland, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 1 November 2003.
Code #RWC49 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

Australia are on the easy road to the semi-finals, but only after receiving the shock of their lives when Ireland almost ruined their World Cup defence, losing 17-16 in a tensely fought game.

Australia are on the easy road to the semi-finals, but only after receiving the shock of their lives when Ireland almost ruined their World Cup defence, losing 17-16 in a tensely fought game.

Code #RWC35 Semi Final 2: France v England
Category: The Finals

Semi Final 1: 2: France v England, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 16 November 2003.
Code #RWC35 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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In a wet and wild semi-final clash, England handled the conditions and the French to grind their way into the World Cup final on the most reliable of weapons, the boot of Jonny Wilkinson.

Wilkinson kicked all of England's 24 points, securing his side a place in the final, where they meet the Wallabies in a rematch of the 1991 World Cup decider in Sydney on Saturday.

Once again, England looked like a team that does not know how to lose, surviving everything a frustrated and gradually fraying French team threw at it.

Despite scoring the only try of the match, Bernard Laporte's side could not compete with England's superior goalkicking and tight-forward play. They also played 20 minutes of the game with just 14 men after Christophe Dominici and Serge Betsen were sent to the sin bin.

Wilkinson landed five penalties from eight attempts and a tally of three drop goals with both the left and right foot. He even survived a shattering tackle from French breakaway Betsen, which earned the No.6 the second yellow card of the match.

England 24 (Jonny Wilkinson 5 penalty goals, 3 drop goals) bt France 7 (Serge Betsen 1 try; Frédéric Michalak 1 conversion) At Telstra Stadium, Sydney. Referee: Paddy O'Brien (New Zealand). Crowd: 82,346.

Code #SP007 1997 Primus 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

1997 Primus 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst, Australia
Code #SP007 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 2500 • Each print is individually numbered

As the Donut King was performing a giant semi-donut on Forest Elbow and Peter Brock, The King, was retiring from Bathurst and racing altogether, Larry Perkins and Russell Ingall were winning the 1997 Primus 1000 Classic, before a record crowd of 51,000. This was Larry Perkins 6th win on the mountain.

Code #RWC50 Pool A: Australia v Ireland
Category: Pool Matches

Pool A: Australia v Ireland, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 1 November 2003.
Code #RWC50 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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Australia are on the easy road to the semi-finals, but only after receiving the shock of their lives when Ireland almost ruined their World Cup defence, losing 17-16 in a tensely fought game.

Australia are on the easy road to the semi-finals, but only after receiving the shock of their lives when Ireland almost ruined their World Cup defence, losing 17-16 in a tensely fought game.

Code #RWC18 Quarter Final 1: New Zealand v South Africa
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 1: New Zealand v South Africa, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 8 November 2003.
Code #RWC18 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

South Africa's year of living disastrously ended in a display of courage and pride before they succumbed to the pressure-packed speed of New Zealand for an unprecedented quarter-final World Cup elimination in Melbourne.

New Zealand won three tries to nil and never looked like losing.

South Africa were simply unable to win sufficient possession and make enough tackles to stop the All Blacks, inspired yet again by their halfback, Justin Marshall, who completely outshone his retiring rival, Joost van der Westhuizen.

New Zealand 29 (Leon MacDonald, Keven Mealamu, Joe Rokocoko tries; MacDonald 1 conversion 3 penalty goals; Aaron Mauger 1 drop goal) bt South Africa 9 (Derick Hougaad 3 penalty goals). At Telstra Dome, Melbourne. Referee: Tony Spreadbury (England). Crowd: 40,734.

Code #SP006 1997 AMP 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

1997 AMP 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst, Australia
Code #SP006 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

12 makes of car, 15 international drivers, 3 ex-Formula One drivers including our own World Drivers Champion and Peter Brock's last AMP Bathurst 1000 made for the best international touring car race ever to be staged at Mt Panorama. Four makes of car shared the lead during the epic race with the first three teams across the line within 16 seconds of each other.

The 1997 AMP Bathurst 1000 was again no exception offering excitement for the spectators and TV viewers worldwide. Congratulations to the BMW Motorsport Team and the drivers Geoff & David Brabham for setting the record as the first brothers ever to win the Bathurst 1000.

Code #RWC15 Pool D: New Zealand v Wales
Category: Pool Matches

Pool D: New Zealand v Wales, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 2 November 2003.
Code #RWC15 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

In a stirring contest at Telstra Stadium, Wales shocked New Zealand by leading them for much of the second half before a final onslaught by New Zealand saw them ultimately triumph 53-37.

Wales were up to their neck in this pool D qualifying game until Carlos Spencer scored a try for New Zealand in the 61st minute.

Wales produced a performance of fierce defence, defiant attack, tremendous courage and special heroes. Still, the class of New Zealand showed through and they go undeafeated to the quarter finals where they meet worthy opponents in the form of South Africa.

Wales meet England in their quarter final and although up against the Cup favourites, nevertheless they will be greatly heartened by their performance against New Zealand.

Code #RWC19 Quarter Final 1: New Zealand v South Africa
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 1: New Zealand v South Africa, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 8 November 2003.
Code #RWC19 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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South Africa's year of living disastrously ended in a display of courage and pride before they succumbed to the pressure-packed speed of New Zealand for an unprecedented quarter-final World Cup elimination in Melbourne.

New Zealand won three tries to nil and never looked like losing.

South Africa were simply unable to win sufficient possession and make enough tackles to stop the All Blacks, inspired yet again by their halfback, Justin Marshall, who completely outshone his retiring rival, Joost van der Westhuizen.

New Zealand 29 (Leon MacDonald, Keven Mealamu, Joe Rokocoko tries; MacDonald 1 conversion 3 penalty goals; Aaron Mauger 1 drop goal) bt South Africa 9 (Derick Hougaad 3 penalty goals). At Telstra Dome, Melbourne. Referee: Tony Spreadbury (England). Crowd: 40,734.

Code #SP005 'Hell Corner' 1996 AMP 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

'Hell Corner' 1996 AMP 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst, Australia
Code #SP005 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

Congratulations to Craig Lowndes and Greg Murphy. Taking the lead right from the incident packed start, and increasing it immediately in the first lap, Lowndes and Murphy fought torrential downpours and frequent appearances by the safety car to hold the lead. Alan Jones briefly took the lead from the Lowndes and Murphy team, but was out of the race on lap 24 when his Falcon burst into flames.

The Holden Racing Team are victorious in 1996, and will reign supreme until next year's battle between the Holden Commodores and Ford Falcons, the two main protagonists in Australian motor sport. A crowd of 45,966 braved the adverse weather conditions over the October long weekend to cheer their heroes to victory, and watch Craig Lowndes become the youngest driver to win the Great Race.

Code #RWC16 Pool D: New Zealand v Wales
Category: Pool Matches

Pool D: New Zealand v Wales, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 2 November 2003.
Code #RWC16 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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In a stirring contest at Telstra Stadium, Wales shocked New Zealand by leading them for much of the second half before a final onslaught by New Zealand saw them ultimately triumph 53-37.

Wales were up to their neck in this pool D qualifying game until Carlos Spencer scored a try for New Zealand in the 61st minute.

Wales produced a performance of fierce defence, defiant attack, tremendous courage and special heroes. Still, the class of New Zealand showed through and they go undeafeated to the quarter finals where they meet worthy opponents in the form of South Africa.

Wales meet England in their quarter final and although up against the Cup favourites, nevertheless they will be greatly heartened by their performance against New Zealand.

Code #RWC20 Quarter Final 1: New Zealand v South Africa
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 1: New Zealand v South Africa, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 8 November 2003.
Code #RWC20 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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South Africa's year of living disastrously ended in a display of courage and pride before they succumbed to the pressure-packed speed of New Zealand for an unprecedented quarter-final World Cup elimination in Melbourne.

New Zealand won three tries to nil and never looked like losing.

South Africa were simply unable to win sufficient possession and make enough tackles to stop the All Blacks, inspired yet again by their halfback, Justin Marshall, who completely outshone his retiring rival, Joost van der Westhuizen.

New Zealand 29 (Leon MacDonald, Keven Mealamu, Joe Rokocoko tries; MacDonald 1 conversion 3 penalty goals; Aaron Mauger 1 drop goal) bt South Africa 9 (Derick Hougaad 3 penalty goals). At Telstra Dome, Melbourne. Referee: Tony Spreadbury (England). Crowd: 40,734.

Code #SP004 1995 Tooheys 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst
Category: Bathurst

1995 Tooheys 1000, Mt Panorama, Bathurst, Australia
Code #SP004 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 3000 • Each print is individually numbered

The Tooheys 1000, Australia's greatest touring car spectacle brings together the clash of the two protagonists of Australian motor sport, the V8's of Ford and Holden. This year was no exception with exciting duels for the lead between Gardner, Richards, Bowe and Seton. A crowd of 44,000 were delirious when Larry Perkins and co-driver Russell Ingall overcome disaster to score one of the most memorable victories in the history of the great race. After only one lap their car was running last after a blown tyre, and victory seemed impossible, but after 161 laps of the nation's most demanding circuit, victory was theirs.

Code #RWC17 Pool D: New Zealand v Wales
Category: Pool Matches

Pool D: New Zealand v Wales, Telstra Stadium, Sydney. 2 November 2003.
Code #RWC17 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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In a stirring contest at Telstra Stadium, Wales shocked New Zealand by leading them for much of the second half before a final onslaught by New Zealand saw them ultimately triumph 53-37.

Wales were up to their neck in this pool D qualifying game until Carlos Spencer scored a try for New Zealand in the 61st minute.

Wales produced a performance of fierce defence, defiant attack, tremendous courage and special heroes. Still, the class of New Zealand showed through and they go undeafeated to the quarter finals where they meet worthy opponents in the form of South Africa.

Wales meet England in their quarter final and although up against the Cup favourites, nevertheless they will be greatly heartened by their performance against New Zealand.

Code #RWC21 Quarter Final 2: Australia v Scotland
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 2: Australia v Scotland, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 8 November 2003.
Code #RWC21 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

Australia kept their best until last to secure a semi-final clash with the All Blacks with a far-from-perfect quarter-final victory over Scotland at Suncorp Stadium.

After the most exasperating of starts, the Wallabies got it together in the second half, when the two new additions to the Australian back line, winger Lote Tuqiri and outside-centre Stirling Mortlock, brought some sanity to the attack, with the team scoring 24 second-half points to win 33-16.

Australia 33 (Stirling Mortlock, George Gregan, David Lyons tries; Elton Flatley 3 conversions 4 penalty goals) bt Scotland 16 (Rob Russell try; Chris Paterson 1 conversion 2 penalty goals 1 drop goal). At Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Referee: Steve Walsh (NZ). Crowd: 45,412.

Code #RWC22 Quarter Final 2: Australia v Scotland
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 2: Australia v Scotland, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 8 November 2003.
Code #RWC22 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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Australia kept their best until last to secure a semi-final clash with the All Blacks with a far-from-perfect quarter-final victory over Scotland at Suncorp Stadium.

After the most exasperating of starts, the Wallabies got it together in the second half, when the two new additions to the Australian back line, winger Lote Tuqiri and outside-centre Stirling Mortlock, brought some sanity to the attack, with the team scoring 24 second-half points to win 33-16.

Australia 33 (Stirling Mortlock, George Gregan, David Lyons tries; Elton Flatley 3 conversions 4 penalty goals) bt Scotland 16 (Rob Russell try; Chris Paterson 1 conversion 2 penalty goals 1 drop goal). At Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Referee: Steve Walsh (NZ). Crowd: 45,412.

Code #RWC23 Quarter Final 2: Australia v Scotland
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 2: Australia v Scotland, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 8 November 2003.
Code #RWC23 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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Australia kept their best until last to secure a semi-final clash with the All Blacks with a far-from-perfect quarter-final victory over Scotland at Suncorp Stadium.

After the most exasperating of starts, the Wallabies got it together in the second half, when the two new additions to the Australian back line, winger Lote Tuqiri and outside-centre Stirling Mortlock, brought some sanity to the attack, with the team scoring 24 second-half points to win 33-16.

Australia 33 (Stirling Mortlock, George Gregan, David Lyons tries; Elton Flatley 3 conversions 4 penalty goals) bt Scotland 16 (Rob Russell try; Chris Paterson 1 conversion 2 penalty goals 1 drop goal). At Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Referee: Steve Walsh (NZ). Crowd: 45,412.

Code #RWC24 Quarter Final 3: France v Ireland
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 3: France v Ireland, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 9 November 2003.
Code #RWC24 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

France's defence was like the Atlantic Ocean engulfing Ireland, frustrating the men in green in a way rarely seen in a quarter-final, and then swinging it wide to the wings as do the All Blacks, eventually winning 43-21.

France were ahead four tries to nil – 37-0 – and all but out of sight, before inside-centre Kevin Maggs veered infield from Paul O'Connell's lineout and carved his way back through a channel for Ireland's first try in the 52nd minute.

Ireland's coach Eddie O'Sullivan put it in perspective, saying: "France always have flair and power, but they have a clarity of thought that is really menacing. They are coming forward at the right time."

France 43 (Olivier Magne, Christophe Dominici, Imanol Harinodorquy, Jean Jacques Crenca tries; Frederic Michalak 4 conversions 5 penalty goals) bt Ireland 21 (Brian O'Driscoll 2 Kevin Maggs tries; David Humphreys 3 conversions). At Telstra Dome, Melbourne. Referee: Jonathan Kaplan (RSA). Crowd: 33,134.

Code #RWC25 Quarter Final 3: France v Ireland
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 3: France v Ireland, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 9 November 2003.
Code #RWC25 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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France's defence was like the Atlantic Ocean engulfing Ireland, frustrating the men in green in a way rarely seen in a quarter-final, and then swinging it wide to the wings as do the All Blacks, eventually winning 43-21.

France were ahead four tries to nil – 37-0 – and all but out of sight, before inside-centre Kevin Maggs veered infield from Paul O'Connell's lineout and carved his way back through a channel for Ireland's first try in the 52nd minute.

Ireland's coach Eddie O'Sullivan put it in perspective, saying: "France always have flair and power, but they have a clarity of thought that is really menacing. They are coming forward at the right time."

France 43 (Olivier Magne, Christophe Dominici, Imanol Harinodorquy, Jean Jacques Crenca tries; Frederic Michalak 4 conversions 5 penalty goals) bt Ireland 21 (Brian O'Driscoll 2 Kevin Maggs tries; David Humphreys 3 conversions). At Telstra Dome, Melbourne. Referee: Jonathan Kaplan (RSA). Crowd: 33,134.

Code #RWC26 Quarter Final 3: France v Ireland
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 3: France v Ireland, Telstra Dome, Melbourne. 9 November 2003.
Code #RWC26 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

France's defence was like the Atlantic Ocean engulfing Ireland, frustrating the men in green in a way rarely seen in a quarter-final, and then swinging it wide to the wings as do the All Blacks, eventually winning 43-21.

France were ahead four tries to nil – 37-0 – and all but out of sight, before inside-centre Kevin Maggs veered infield from Paul O'Connell's lineout and carved his way back through a channel for Ireland's first try in the 52nd minute.

Ireland's coach Eddie O'Sullivan put it in perspective, saying: "France always have flair and power, but they have a clarity of thought that is really menacing. They are coming forward at the right time."

France 43 (Olivier Magne, Christophe Dominici, Imanol Harinodorquy, Jean Jacques Crenca tries; Frederic Michalak 4 conversions 5 penalty goals) bt Ireland 21 (Brian O'Driscoll 2 Kevin Maggs tries; David Humphreys 3 conversions). At Telstra Dome, Melbourne. Referee: Jonathan Kaplan (RSA). Crowd: 33,134.

Code #RWC27 Quarter Final 4: England v Wales
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 4: England v Wales, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 9 November 2003.
Code #RWC27 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

The hand Wales showed against New Zealand last week clenched into a fist in Brisbane, but the effort the tournament's surprise packet turned in fell short again as England's World Cup campaign marched on to the semi-finals.

Energy, enterprise and three tries to one could carry the young Wales side only so far, as a 10-3 first-half lead built on a frenetic pace in attack and defence was reeled in by a patient England.

Once again the top-ranked team claimed a scalp through considered, consistent play, with the boot of five-eighth Jonny Wilkinson hammering home England's advantage.

England 28 (Will Greenwood try; Jonny Wilkinson 1 conversion, 6 penalty goals, 1 drop goal) bt Wales 17 (Stephen Jones, Colin Charvis, Martyn Williams tries; Iestyn Harris 1 conversion). At Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Referee: Alain Rolland (Ireland). Crowd: 45,252.

Code #RWC28 Quarter Final 4: England v Wales
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 4: England v Wales, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 9 November 2003.
Code #RWC28 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

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The hand Wales showed against New Zealand last week clenched into a fist in Brisbane, but the effort the tournament's surprise packet turned in fell short again as England's World Cup campaign marched on to the semi-finals.

Energy, enterprise and three tries to one could carry the young Wales side only so far, as a 10-3 first-half lead built on a frenetic pace in attack and defence was reeled in by a patient England.

Once again the top-ranked team claimed a scalp through considered, consistent play, with the boot of five-eighth Jonny Wilkinson hammering home England's advantage.

England 28 (Will Greenwood try; Jonny Wilkinson 1 conversion, 6 penalty goals, 1 drop goal) bt Wales 17 (Stephen Jones, Colin Charvis, Martyn Williams tries; Iestyn Harris 1 conversion). At Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Referee: Alain Rolland (Ireland). Crowd: 45,252.

Code #RWC29 Quarter Final 4: England v Wales
Category: The Finals

Quarter Final 4: England v Wales, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 9 November 2003.
Code #RWC29 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm

 

BONUS: Every Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The hand Wales showed against New Zealand last week clenched into a fist in Brisbane, but the effort the tournament's surprise packet turned in fell short again as England's World Cup campaign marched on to the semi-finals.

Energy, enterprise and three tries to one could carry the young Wales side only so far, as a 10-3 first-half lead built on a frenetic pace in attack and defence was reeled in by a patient England.

Once again the top-ranked team claimed a scalp through considered, consistent play, with the boot of five-eighth Jonny Wilkinson hammering home England's advantage.

England 28 (Will Greenwood try; Jonny Wilkinson 1 conversion, 6 penalty goals, 1 drop goal) bt Wales 17 (Stephen Jones, Colin Charvis, Martyn Williams tries; Iestyn Harris 1 conversion). At Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Referee: Alain Rolland (Ireland). Crowd: 45,252.

Code #070 Sydney Harbour, Ferry Boat Race - Australia (B&W)
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney Harbour, Ferry Boat Race - Australia (B&W)
Code #070 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

This Aerial Panoramic Photography shows the Annual Ferry Boat Race on Sydney Harbour which is part of the "Australia Day" celebrations held each year on the 26th January.

Code #069 Circular Quay, Sydney, 1896 - Australia
Category: Cityscapes

Circular Quay, Sydney, 1896 - Australia
Code #069 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

The horseshoe shaped sea wall, built on reclaimed mud flats at the head of Sydney Cove, was originally named 'Semi-Circular Quay'. It was later shortened by the habit of lazy speech to Circular Quay. Always an impressive sight, it was originally the landing site of the First Fleet and an ideal venue for settlement, with the Tank Stream supplying fresh water as it flowed freely into the harbour. Today it runs underground. Circular Quay, with its fingers of ferry terminals, has always been busy with the comings and goings of marine craft. During this period it was teeming with the movement of ferries, square-rigged sailing ships and steamers mooring at the piers. Whereas Sydney Cove once enjoyed the glamour of being the focal point of Sydney, it is now somewhat overshadowed as it links two icons, the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Code #068 Sydney Opera House
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point - Sydney
Code #068 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

On the 30th January, 1956, a newspaper announcement stated, Picture an opera house like a series of white sails, vaulting above the shining, sparkling waters of Sydney Harbour and placed in a noble contradistinction across the way from the Sydney Harbour Bridge. This is the version that will rise up to replace the dreary old tram sheds at Bennelong Point, following the judges decision on the winner of the Sydney Opera House Design Competition. The winner was Joern Utzon, 38, who was noted for his domestic architecture in Denmark. The judges said, Because of its very originality it is clearly a controversial deisgn. We are, however, absolutely convinced. This beautiful edifice has internationally proved its worth by popular admiration and has, from its opening, been said to be one of the wonders of the world. Regally placed, proudly and adjacently to the mighty Sydney Harbour Bridge (affectionately known as 'The Coat Hanger'), both structures add a wonderful presence to Circular Quay, the major ferry terminal of the world's most magnificent harbour.

Code #067 Manly Beach
Category: Cityscapes

Manly Beach from South Steyne, NSW - Australia
Code #067 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Seven miles from Sydney and a thousand miles from care was the slogan (dating back to 1854) associated with the Manly Ferry service from Sydney, Circular Quay. Fronting the northern end of Sydney Harbour and adjoining the Pacific Oceanon a narrow spit of land, Manly has developed from a resort suburb to a beachside suburban paradise. Standing at the gateway to Sydney Harbour, Manly doubles its population in summer due to its mild climate and the popularity of the eighteen harbour and ocean beaches nearby to the north. On the harbour side, Manly boasts Sydney's first regional art gallery and museum, beside Manly Oceanarium where visitors can walk under the ocean to view the amazing marine life. Captain Phillip (later to become Governor Phillip) who, in 1788 declared Sydney Harbour 'the finest harbour in the world', gave Manly its name after the manly behaviour of the aborigines living there.

Code #059 Millennium Celebration
Category: Cityscapes

Millennium Celebration: New Year's Eve 2000, Sydney Harbour - Australia
Code #059 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Happy new millennium! Or does that begin on New Year's Eve 2001? The debate arises because there are no noughts in Roman numerals. Anyway, who cares? Have a happy new century. What a way to begin the rest of your life. Over twenty tonnes of fireworks were set off to raise the spirits of the people. Sydneysiders and tourists were there by the multitude. Boats of all shapes and sizes were tossing and swaying on their anchor lines, spectators were lining the shores and battling the elements as a howling southerly gale was ripping across the harbour and beyond the northern foreshores. Onlookers were shoulder to shoulder and in awe, welcoming the bright prospects of the future. Isn't it great to relive those magnificent outbursts of visual passion.

Happy New Eternity.

Code #072 The Lost City of Bukalara, Northern Territory - Australia
Category: Landscapes

The Lost City of Bukalara, Northern Territory - Australia
Code #072 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

This incredible maze of fascinating ancient sandstone rock formations, created by millions of years of erosion, is approximately 46km south of Borroloola, on the western extremity of the Bukalara Range in the Northern Territory. Located in the Caranbirini Nature Reserve, these majestic sandstone towers reach up above the vegetation to 25 metres like a lost city of nature's temples, providing a vivid contrast in colour and shape to the surrounding countryside. Wandering the track and crossing a lily-carpeted billabong, you will be delighted by magnificent views across the escarpment country of the Gulf Region. There is a possibility you may be greeted by the nervously alert Carpentaria Grass Wren, running and hopping about in the rocky environment, hiding in overhanging spinifex clumps, or maybe the Gouldian Finch or the endemic Borroloola Gecko.

Code #231 Bathing Boxes
Category: Landscapes

Brighton Beach Bathing Boxes, Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia
Code #231 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #055 Sydney Celebrates
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney Celebrates
Code #055 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Every night Sydney Harbour dances with reflected lights, but more so on special occasions. When hedonism hits Sydney with a special celebration the skies light up as the people cheer. When it's time to party (like New Year's Eve, Australia Day or anyotherfamousday), Sydneysiders and visitors alike line the foreshores, moor their craft and celebrate the visual treat. The pyrotechnicians display their art and children gape in awe at all the fireworks magic. Those who can't attend are catered for with television coverage; even if you don't know the reason for the party you can't miss all the excitement.

Code #065 Historic Burra House
Category: Landscapes

Historic Burra House, South Australia - Australia
Code #065 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Burra House, just north of the quaintly beautiful, nearby township of Burra, is a heritage reflection of the exciting copper mining days of the mid 1880's. Today, the surrounding district is rich with its thriving stud merino industry and is known as the Merino Capital of the World. This is a fitting twist of fate because in 1845 two shepherds, William Streair and Thomas Pickett, discovered outcrops of green ore, bearing rich deposits of copper. Burra expanded to become a mining settlement with a population of nearly 7,000 people and the largest country community in South Australia until around 1860. Pastoral and farming pursuits were encouraged in the area to afford secondary industry to cushion economic crisis in lieu of closure of the mine. Tourists are well catered for with a host of attractions including the Merino Field Days and The Copper Festival. It is believed Burra was derived from an Hindustani word meaning great, referring to the creek, which was known to have flowed down to the Murray at Morgan during floods.

Code #229 Pebbly Beach
Category: Landscapes

Kangaroos on Pebbly Beach, New South Wales, Australia
Code #229 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #053 Bondi Beach
Category: Cityscapes

Bondi Beach, Sydney - Australia
Code #053 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

If you've heard of Sydney, Australia, you've heard of Bondi Beach. Its reputation reaches out across the world. Of the 20 or more magnificent surfing beaches on Sydney's coastline, Bondi is the closest to the central business district. Originally Bondi Beach was surrounded by heath, scrub and huge, extensive, rolling sand dunes which dominated the area. Today Bondi is a densely occupied suburb, no longer bearing any resemblance to its original bushland setting. Over the years Bondi has been given some strange spelling such as Boondi, Bundi, Bundye and Boondye until 1827, when the present spelling was declared and accepted. Bondi is an Aboriginal word, appropriately meaning sound of waves breaking on the beach or noise of water breaking over rocks . The rockpool in the foreground is the swimming venue of the famous Bondi Icebergs, a winter swimming club where members, at the beginning of each winter, declare their season open by throwing large blocks of ice into the pool as a celebration before diving in. In the summer months people congregate on the golden sand, literally packing the area with bare flesh to soak up the sun, swim in the pulsating surf or fraternise in the coffee shops, restaurants and the other surrounding venues. Bondi is a place to see, or to be seen.

Code #064 Sunrise on the Strzelecki Track
Category: Landscapes

Sunrise on the Strzelecki Track , South Australia
Code #064 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Dramatised by the threat of an oncoming thunderstorm at daybreak, one could ask why Strzelecki? The Track was so named from the creek, which the explorer Charles Sturt named on the 18th August 1845 after Paul Edmund de Strzelecki, the Polish scientist who explored much of inland NSW and Victoria. Strzelecki is probably best known for climbing Australia’s highest peak (in March 1840) and naming it Kosciuszko, after the Polish patriot General Tadeusz Kosciuszko. The Strzelecki Track became immortalised by the exploits of bushman Harry Redford, otherwise known as the infamous cattle rustler Captain Starlight , when he and two friends drove 1000 stolen cattle down 'the Track' from Queensland to Blanchwater Station 30 km south of Lake Blanche in South Australia. Interestingly, Captain Starlight and his two accomplices were arrested and tried, however, the jury was so impressed with the defendant’s superb droving feat, they found them not guilty. The stunned and angry judge acridly remarked as he glowered at the jury, I thank God that verdict is yours Gentlemen, and not mine. Perhaps the thunderstorm is symbolic of the judge's reaction so many years ago.

Code #228 A Sunburnt Country
Category: Landscapes

'A Sunburnt Country', near Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia
Code #228 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #049 Princes Bridge
Category: Cityscapes

Princes Bridge , Melbourne - Australia
Code #049 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Spanning the relatively narrow Yarra River is the Princes Bridge , surrounded in the recent years by the development of a steel, concrete and glass profile. The basis for Melbourne's sophistication, however, is its early Gothic buildings. Melbourne is Australia's second largest city and thought by many to be the grande dame . Founded in 1835 by John Bartman and John Pascoe Fawkner, Melbourne entered a boom period with the discovery of gold in Victoria in 1851. Centred on the north bank of the Yarra River and at the head of Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne has a population of 3.2 million living in the flat surrounding suburbs from the east coast of the bay out to the blue hills of the Dandenongs.

Code #063 Brighton Beach Bathing Boxes
Category: Landscapes

Brighton Beach Bathing Boxes , Port Phillip Bay, Victoria - Australia
Code #063 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Lining the Brighton Dunes are the Brighton Beach Bathing Boxes. Eighty two of them, all standing in a row looking out over Port Phillip Bay like sentry boxes. Individually painted as expressions of their own personality. A total mix and match of colour preferences, creating a determined sense of cultural asset. Each one proudly presented as part of the Bayside icon. The City of Bayside was formed in December 1994 through the amalgamation of the former Cities of Brighton and Sandringham together with parts of Moorabbin and Mordialloc (Bayside City Council 1998). Bayside has seventeen kilometres of foreshore to Port Phillip Bay. Middens in the dunes reflect the use by Aborigines of the Yarra and Westernport tribe long before European settlement. Today, Bayside residents consider the foreshore as the most important feature of the municipality and that pride is predominately featured in the bathing boxes.

Code #226 Mt Borradaile
Category: Landscapes

Mt Borradaile, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia
Code #226 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #042 Endeavour Replica
Category: Cityscapes

Endeavour Replica arriving Sydney Harbour - Australia
Code #042 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

On the 1st December 1994 the Endeavour replica was surrounded by enthusiastic well wishers witnessing her arrival into Sydney Harbour. The enthusiasm of hundreds of volunteers from all walks of life, all over Australia, was harnessed with their desires to create this national icon. The original Endeavour was the sailing ship in which Captain Cook sailed out from England and discovered the eastern coast of Australia in 1770. Built in Fremantle, Western Australia, the Endeavour replica is the magnificent result of years of devotion, energy and hard work.

Code #062 Mitchell River Silt Jetties
Category: Landscapes

Resting place on the Mitchell River Silt Jetties , Victoria - Australia.
Code #062 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

A renowned geographic rarity, the Mitchell River silt jetties reach across Lake King from Eagle Point for approximately seven kilometres. Resembling two witches fingers, they almost touch the Eastern shore. Whilst their origin is a matter of controversy it is popular belief their formation, for over a million years, is the result of flood times. Silt, sand and clay from the large catchment basin of the Mitchell River is washed down to the lake where the river slows. Thus, held in suspension, settles, becoming the birthplace for vegetation. Second only to the digitates or finger deltas on the Mississippi River in the Gulf of Mexico. These silt jetties are small but so fine in comparison, continue to intrigue scientist and visitors.

Code #219 The Devil's Marbles
Category: Landscapes

The Devil's Marbles, Northern Territory, Australia
Code #219 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #040 Melbourne Dusk
Category: Cityscapes

Melbourne Dusk - Australia
Code #040 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Melbourne, Australia's second largest city is thought by many to be the 'grande dame' of Australian cities. Founded in 1835 by John Batman and John Pascoe Fawkner, Melbourne soon entered a boom period with the discovery of gold in Victoria in 1851. Whilst it has been developed in recent years along the Yarra River with a steel, concrete and glass profile, its early gothic buildings are the basis for its sophistication. Centred on the north bank of the Yarra River and at the head of Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne has a population of 3.2 million living in the flat surrounding suburbs from the east coast of the bay out to the blue hills of the Dandenongs.

Code #240 New Years Eve 2000
Category: Cityscapes

New Years Eve 2000, Sydney, Australia
Code #240 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #061 Kangaroos on Pebbly Beach
Category: Landscapes

Kangaroos on Pebbly Beach , South Coast, NSW - Australia
Code #061 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Eastern grey kangaroos are a common spectacle by the shoreline of Pebbly Beach within Murramarang National Park. Set amidst mountain and bush scenery with an abundance of ferns. Spotted gums and an understory of burrawangs make up the major part of the plant community. Wildlife abounds and is a major attraction for visitors with its access to a range of wonderful coastal walking tracks throughout this rich environment. As well as eastern grey kangaroos, swamp wallabies and occasional red-necked wallabies can be seen at dawn and dusk as they feed. Common birdlife includes parrots, finches, honeyeaters and a variety of seabirds. Pebbly Beach is regarded as a delightful spot for picnics and camping. For tumbling their special discoveries, lapidary enthusiasts often search the beach scouring the abundant pebbles.

Code #217 Wangi Falls
Category: Landscapes

Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
Code #217 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #ARU001 1st Lions Test at The Gabba, Brisbane
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

1st Lions Test at The Gabba, Brisbane
Code #ARU001 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 1st Test, The Gabba, Brisbane, 30 June 2001.

The Lions had done their homework and prepared their tactics for the First Test of the Series, before a crowd of 39,337. The World Champion Australian Wallabies were outwitted by the Lions, who, missing four of their best players, played excellent, modern rugby. They won 29-13. The First Test shocked the Wallabies and put them on their toes for the next encounter.

Code #039 Twilight on Sydney Harbour
Category: Cityscapes

Twilight on Sydney Harbour - Australia
Code #039 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Sydney is Australia's oldest and largest city and is beautifully situated on Sydney Harbour, perhaps the most spectacular city environs in the world. Sydney is immediately recognisable by two of its magnificent architectural icons, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Arriving in 1788 with an 11 ship fleet carrying 1030 colonists (736 of them convicts), Governor Arthur Phillip set up the colony after planting his flag at Sydney Cove. Sydney Town, as it was then known, has grown into an exuberant and stylish city with a population of 3.7 million sprawled over 4,000 sq kms. Its suburbs stretch 55km from the coast to the foot of the Blue Mountains and 70km north to south.

Code #239 'Bye from Oz
Category: Cityscapes

'Bye from Oz – 2000 Sydney Olympics closing celebrations
Code #239 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #058 A Sunburnt Country
Category: Landscapes

Australia is a Sunburnt Country, a Land of Sweeping Plains
Code #058 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Sitting in isolation amid the Mundi Mundi Plains is the Hollow Hotel near Broken Hill. A great backdrop for TV commercials, photographic shots and reflections of the past, this outback edifice proudly squats on the clay pan at Belmont Station, near Silverton. The owner call is The Old Film Hut on the Mundi Mundi Plain clay pan .

Code #215 Secret Holden Graveyard
Category: Landscapes

Secret Holden Graveyard
Code #215 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #ARU002 1st Lions Test: 'The Gabba Lineout'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

1st Lions Test at The Gabba, Brisbane: 'The Gabba Lineout'
Code #ARU002 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x264mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 1st Test, The Gabba, Brisbane, 30 June 2001.

The Lions had done their homework and prepared their tactics for the First Test of the Series, before a crowd of 39,337. The World Champion Australian Wallabies were outwitted by the Lions, who, missing four of their best players, played excellent, modern rugby. They won 29-13. The First Test shocked the Wallabies and put them on their toes for the next encounter.

Code #036 Melbourne 1903
Category: Cityscapes

Corner of Collins and Elizabeth Streets, Melbourne - Australia 1903
Code #036 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Collins Street in the 1900s was a product of the building boom twenty years earlier, when 'Marvellous Melbourne' was Australia's leading city. The north side of Collins Street between Elizabeth and Swanston Streets, known as The Block , boasted an array of coffee houses, booksellers and music shops which served Melbourne's middle classes. Doing the Block was a particularly fashionable pastime for the well-to-do on Thursday and Saturday afternoons. It is hard to believe that only thirty years earlier, this intersection had been part of a natural river which ran along Elizabeth Street, which swept people and animals alike downstream in times of flood.

Code #225 Sydney Celebrates
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney Celebrates
Code #225 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #056 Mt Borradaile
Category: Landscapes

The Aboriginal Spirits Abound at Mt Borradaile, Arnhem Land, NT - Australia
Code #056 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

When you first arrive you may well feel a certain eeriness. It is as though your imagination is whirling, until you witness the guardians, the sentinels of time sheltered in the caves and rock overhangs. These marvellous rock paintings peer at visitors as they simultaneously seek well earned respect for the spirits of Mt Borradaile. This is one of the most powerful Aboriginal cultural sites in Australia You never feel alone in the solitude of surrounding Cooper Creek adjoining the east Alligator River. The wildlife abounds, barramundi, turtles, jabiru, whistling duck and of course, the lurking crocodiles, all overseered by the majestic sea eagles. You are a very privileged guest at Mt Borradaile amongst the paperbarks, pandanus palms and the ever-present aura of the Dreamtime.

Code #213 Strzelecki Track
Category: Landscapes

Sunrise on The Strzelecki Track, South Australia
Code #213 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #ARU111 1st Lions Test: 'Reach for the Sky'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

1st Lions Test at The Gabba, Brisbane: 'Reach for the Sky'
Code #ARU111 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 1st Test, The Gabba, Brisbane, 30 June 2001.

The Lions had done their homework and prepared their tactics for the First Test of the Series, before a crowd of 39,337. The World Champion Australian Wallabies were outwitted by the Lions, who, missing four of their best players, played excellent, modern rugby. They won 29-13. The First Test shocked the Wallabies and put them on their toes for the next encounter.

Code #035 Sydney Ferry Boat Race
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney Harbour Ferry Boat Race - Australia
Code #035 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

This Aerial Panoramic Photograph shows the Annual Ferry Boat Race on Sydney Harbour which is part of the Australia Day celebrations held each year on the 26th January.

Code #221 Bondi Beach
Category: Cityscapes

Bondi beach, Sydney, Australia
Code #221 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #052 Devils Marbles
Category: Landscapes

Devils Marbles , Northern Territory - Australia
Code #052 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

We passed through extraordinary shaped stones in the Davenport Range. The country was of granite formation and many of these stones were rounded like marbles. In fact they were called Devils Marbles , - this quote by John Lewis, during construction on the Overland Telegraph Line in 1872, is the first known record of the name. Eerily scattered across a wide, shallow valley are heaps of these gigantic marbles, often precariously balanced on top of each other. The Devils Marbles are located approximately 393 km north of Alice Springs and span the Stuart Highway. The nearest settlement is Wauchope, 9 km to the south. In Aboriginal folklore, these rounded stones are the eggs of the powerful Rainbow Serpent.

Code #211 Mitchell River
Category: Landscapes

Mitchell River Silt Jetties, Victoria, Australia
Code #211 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #ARU145 The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, August 13 2005
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, August 13 2005
Code #ARU145 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

Score: New Zealand 30 Australia 13

Tries: New Zealand, Piri Weepu, Richie McCaw, Joe Rokocoko; Australia, Drew Mitchell

Crowd: 82,309

Code #ARU112 1st Lions Test: 'Backline Action'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

1st Lions Test at The Gabba, Brisbane: 'Backline Action'
Code #ARU112 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 1st Test, The Gabba, Brisbane, 30 June 2001.

The Lions had done their homework and prepared their tactics for the First Test of the Series, before a crowd of 39,337. The World Champion Australian Wallabies were outwitted by the Lions, who, missing four of their best players, played excellent, modern rugby. They won 29-13. The First Test shocked the Wallabies and put them on their toes for the next encounter.

Code #032 Sydney by Night
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney by Night - Australia
Code #032 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #209 Princes Bridge
Category: Cityscapes

Princes Bridge, Melbourne, Australia
Code #209 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #051 Wangi Falls
Category: Landscapes

Wangi Falls , Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory - Australia
Code #051 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

At the end of the hot day, the setting sun stage-lights Wangi Falls. One may easily be convinced this is the setting for one of nature's great operas. Located near the town of Batchelor, 100 km south-west of Darwin, Wangi Falls is home for some of the Northern Territory's exquisite wildlife. Corellas come down to drink, monitors meander majestically looking for food, whilst Blue Winged Kookaburras perform lightning dives into the waterhole for small fish, shrimps and frogs. Ferns and mosses abound in the surrounding rock crevices creating hanging gardens and an aura of Utopia.

Code #203 Lake Elizabeth
Category: Landscapes

Lake Elizabeth, Victoria, Australia
Code #203 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #ARU146 The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, August 13 2005: Action (1)
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, August 13 2005
Code #ARU146 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Score: New Zealand 30 Australia 13

Tries: New Zealand, Piri Weepu, Richie McCaw, Joe Rokocoko; Australia, Drew Mitchell

Crowd: 82,309

Code #ARU113 1st Lions Test: 'Lineout Triumph'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

1st Lions Test at The Gabba, Brisbane: 'Lineout Triumph'
Code #ARU113 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 1st Test, The Gabba, Brisbane, 30 June 2001.

The Lions had done their homework and prepared their tactics for the First Test of the Series, before a crowd of 39,337. The World Champion Australian Wallabies were outwitted by the Lions, who, missing four of their best players, played excellent, modern rugby. They won 29-13. The First Test shocked the Wallabies and put them on their toes for the next encounter.

Code #030 World Series Cricket, SCG
Category: Cityscapes

World Series Cricket, Sydney - Australia
Code #030 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

First final at the Sydney Cricket Ground, 16th January 1993, the day Richie Richardson captained the West Indies to a narrow win over Australia. Allan Border captained the Aussie team to near victory but the record books will forever show the score as 239 to 214. Curtly Ambrose was the man of the match in front of an enthusiastic attendance of 37,581.

Code #189 Melbourne Dusk
Category: Cityscapes

Melbourne Dusk
Code #189 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #050 Secret Holden Graveyard
Category: Landscapes

The Secret Holden Graveyard - Australia
Code #050 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

A nostalgic look back to 1948 when the Holden 48-215 became Australia's first successfully mass produced car, it is hard to comprehend the euphoria surrounding its release. Some believed the country's pulse was revved up as a result of our national inferiority complex. Others prefer to believe those years following World War II were so bleak and boring, only something like this, out of the normal, could have excited the people.

Code #201 Haystack
Category: Landscapes

Haystack
Code #201 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #ARU147 The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, August 13 2005: Action (2)
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, August 13 2005
Code #ARU147 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x250mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Score: New Zealand 30 Australia 13

Tries: New Zealand, Piri Weepu, Richie McCaw, Joe Rokocoko; Australia, Drew Mitchell

Crowd: 82,309

Code #ARUPC1 1st Lions Test at The Gabba, Brisbane
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

1st Lions Test at The Gabba, Brisbane
Code #ARUPC1 • Set of 6 Postcards, each 166x105mm

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 1st Test, The Gabba, Brisbane, 30 June 2001.

The Lions had done their homework and prepared their tactics for the First Test of the Series, before a crowd of 39,337. The World Champion Australian Wallabies were outwitted by the Lions, who, missing four of their best players, played excellent, modern rugby. They won 29-13. The First Test shocked the Wallabies and put them on their toes for the next encounter.

Code #029 Circular Quay 1904
Category: Cityscapes

Circular Quay, Sydney Harbour - Australia - 1904
Code #029 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Historically significant, this photograph shows, from left, the old P&O Wharf where the Sydney Opera House now stands. Just above the ferry is Customs House, which still exists today. To the right is the Post Office Clock Tower and the Town Hall. Further right are the unusual Flemish-style gables of the Australasian Steam Navigation Co. building, Campbell's Storehouse (now the Waterfront Restaurant) and the tall chimney of the never commissioned Electric Power Station. In the foreground is Port Jackson's fastest vessel of the day, the Water Police launch Asgus . Melvin Vaniman, photographer extraordinare in the early 1900's, took this amazing aerial panorama of Sydney's Circular Quay. His enthusiasm coupled with his ingenuity were his driving forces. He built his own panorama camera as well as the balloon to carry him aloft.

Code #183 Melbourne 1903
Category: Cityscapes

Melbourne, 1903
Code #183 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #048 Melba Gully
Category: Landscapes

Melba Gully , Victoria - Australia
Code #048 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Believed to be named after Australia's famous singer Dame Nellie Melba, by Mrs Jessie Fry, an avid patron of the arts. The original 48 hectare property was purchased in 1921 by Jessie Fry. Through further purchase and donations, the Victorian Conservation Trust has added 26 hectares, swelling the park to 74. Melba Gully near Lavers Hill, offers many exciting features, least of all the Glow Worms which are larvae of a fly, the Fungus Gnat. Another popular feature is Madsens Track, which meanders with sections of the old cable tramway and the railway running from Colac to Beech Forest, built in 1902 and extended to Crowes in 1911. Whilst the line ceased operation in 1962, Crowes was once the most southern railway station on the Australian mainland.

Code #199 Gregory's Farm
Category: Landscapes

Gregory's Farm, South Australia
Code #199 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #ARU138 The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, August 7 2004
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, August 7 2004
Code #ARU138 • Panoramic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

Score: Australia 23 New Zealand 18

Tries: Australia, Lote Tuqiri.

Crowd: 83,602

Code #ARU004 2nd Lions Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

2nd Lions Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne
Code #ARU004 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 2nd Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne, 7 July 2001.

The world champion Vodafone Wallabies were the underdogs as they went into the second game of the series, trailing 1-0 to the Lions. At half time, with the score favouring the Lions 11-6, the Wallabies found themselves in a similar position as in the first game of the Bundaberg Rum Rugby Test Series. Winger Joe Roff took the wake up call for Australia in the first eight minutes of the second half, by masterminding two tries. The Lions missed some good opportunities and Roff, who was awarded Bundaberg Rum Man of The Match , proved himself to be the turning point for the Aussies' win. The Wallabies came to life in front of a record crowd of 56,605 enthusiastic spectators and showed their well-earned credentials by dominating to win 34-15, the biggest win against the Lions.

Code #028 Circular Quay
Category: Cityscapes

Circular Quay, Sydney Harbour - Australia
Code #028 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Looking from the Rocks, Sydney's original village, this sweeping panoramic photograph of Circular Quay incorporates the Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Opera House, the ferry terminals, the Cahill Expressway & the Central Business District Skyline. In the distance is Mrs Macquarie's Chair, Garden Island and some of Sydney's northern and eastern harbourside suburbs. The luxury cruise ship berthed at the overseas terminal is the Europa .

Code #181 Sydney CBD
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney CBD
Code #181 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #046 Gregory's Farm
Category: Landscapes

Gregory's Farm - South Australia
Code #046 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Roughly north of Peterborough beyond Orroroo and Carrieton is Gregory's Farm, near Belton. It sits proud with its deserted homestead resting on memories of a bygone era, a time when the wheat industry suffered incredible losses during severe droughts. To this day Gregory's Farm perpetuates the name of the original owner, a pioneer farmer who built the cottage at the time of his first marriage. Working the land must have promised Gregory and his bride an exciting and prosperous future. However, following the drought of 1864/65, Gregory took on a new career as an undertaker in Adelaide, long gone their dream of prosperity on the farm. Today there are new dreams, interspersed with abandoned rusting farm machinery from yesteryear.

Code #197 Wilpena Pound
Category: Landscapes

Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia
Code #197 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #ARU139 The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, August 7 2004: Action (1)
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, August 7 2004
Code #ARU139 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x245mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Score: Australia 23 New Zealand 18

Tries: Australia, Lote Tuqiri.

Crowd: 83,602

Code #ARU005 2nd Lions Test: 'Joe Roff's Try'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

2nd Lions Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne: 'Joe Roff's Try'
Code #ARU005 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x264mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 2nd Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne, 7 July 2001.

The world champion Vodafone Wallabies were the underdogs as they went into the second game of the series, trailing 1-0 to the Lions. At half time, with the score favouring the Lions 11-6, the Wallabies found themselves in a similar position as in the first game of the Bundaberg Rum Rugby Test Series. Winger Joe Roff took the wake up call for Australia in the first eight minutes of the second half, by masterminding two tries. The Lions missed some good opportunities and Roff, who was awarded Bundaberg Rum Man of The Match , proved himself to be the turning point for the Aussies' win. The Wallabies came to life in front of a record crowd of 56,605 enthusiastic spectators and showed their well-earned credentials by dominating to win 34-15, the biggest win against the Lions.

Code #025 Sovereign Hill
Category: Cityscapes

Sovereign Hill, Victoria - Australia
Code #025 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Sovereign Hill is an outdoor museum, situated at Ballarat on a site which is historically linked with the richest alluvial goldrush in the world. Through its bustling Township and Diggings it depicts the exciting, riproaring days of Ballarat's first ten years after the discovery of gold in 1851.

Code #177 New Endeavour
Category: Cityscapes

The New Endeavour enters Sydney Harbour
Code #177 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #045 Wilpena Pound
Category: Landscapes

Wilpena Pound , Flinders Ranges National Park - South Australia
Code #045 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

The greatest single feature in the Flinders Ranges is Wilpena Pound where there is abundant bird and wildlife, spectacular scenery and dense native vegetation interlinked with excellent bushwalking tracks. Situated approximately 450km north of Adelaide, this ancient landscape had its beginnings in sediments, laid down in the sea some 1000-5000 million years ago. The ‘Pound' is a vast natural amphitheatre surrounded by colossal peaks which change colour as the light falls on them through the day. The only entrance is through a narrow gorge and across 'Sliding Rock'. The highest point, St Mary's Peak, is 1,188 m. The famous Cazneaux Tree (third from the left and in the distance) claims its fame from a photograph titled The Spirit of Endurance taken by Harold Cazneaux in 1937, gaining the photographer, and the tree, international recognition.

Code #195 Mungo National Park
Category: Landscapes

'The Walls of China', Mungo National Park, New South Wales, Australia
Code #195 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #ARU20 The 2002 Bledisloe Cup: 'Victory on the Bell'
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

'Victory on the Bell' The 2002 Bledisloe Cup, Stadium Australia, Sydney
Code #ARU020 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x247mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • includes Certificate of Authenticity

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 3 August, 2002.

The Wallabies produced another Houdini display against New Zealand, pulling the Bledisloe Cup out of their hats for a third straight year. The Australians looked beaten with less than a minute left on the clock, but a penalty at the ruck in the final fifteen seconds – successfully kicked by Matthew Burke – sealed a magical 16-14 win and the prized Trans-Tasman trophy for the fifth straight year. The outside centre turned from villain to hero in the space of seven minutes. He missed a conversion with seven minutes remaining, which would have given Australia the lead. But all was forgotten when his final kick sailed through the uprights as his teammates leapt upon him in the celebrations. As well as securing the Bledisloe Cup, Saturday night's win ensured the Tri-Nations remained alive, with the Australian match against South Africa on August 17 to decide the series.

Code #ARU140 The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, August 7 2004: Action (2)
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The Bledisloe Cup: Australia v New Zealand, Telstra Stadium, Sydney, August 7 2004
Code #ARU140 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x245mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

Score: Australia 23 England 18

Tries: Australia, Lote Tuqiri.

Crowd: 83,602

Code #ARU114 2nd Lions Test: 'Man of the Match'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

2nd Lions Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne: 'Man of the Match'
Code #ARU114 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 2nd Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne, 7 July 2001.

The world champion Vodafone Wallabies were the underdogs as they went into the second game of the series, trailing 1-0 to the Lions. At half time, with the score favouring the Lions 11-6, the Wallabies found themselves in a similar position as in the first game of the Bundaberg Rum Rugby Test Series. Winger Joe Roff took the wake up call for Australia in the first eight minutes of the second half, by masterminding two tries. The Lions missed some good opportunities and Roff, who was awarded Bundaberg Rum Man of The Match , proved himself to be the turning point for the Aussies' win. The Wallabies came to life in front of a record crowd of 56,605 enthusiastic spectators and showed their well-earned credentials by dominating to win 34-15, the biggest win against the Lions.

Code #022 Melbourne
Category: Cityscapes

Melbourne, Victoria - Australia
Code #022 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #165 World Cup Cricket
Category: Cityscapes

World Cup Cricket, Melbourne Cricket Ground
Code #165 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #044 Walls of China
Category: Landscapes

Walls of China , Mungo National Park - Australia
Code #044 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

The spectacular lunettes, the 'Walls of China' at Lake Mungo (so named in the 1860's, possibly by Chinese working on the local sheep station), have provided evidence of human life dating back 40,000 years in prehistoric cooking hearths and shell middens. The cremated remains of a woman (Mungo I) discovered in the wind scoured sands dates back 25,000 years. Another discovery, the burial site remains of an adult male (Mungo III) with red ochre scattered over the skeleton, dates back some 30,000 years. Lake Mungo was once a fertile area. Its water teemed with fish and beds of mussels. Water fowl foraged on the lake whilst mammals grazed or hunted around the shores. Mungo National Park is rightfully a part of the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area. It has so much to offer including a glimpse into the evolution of human life in Australia.

Code #193 Lake Pamamaroo
Category: Landscapes

Lake Pamamaroo, Australia
Code #193 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #071 Eddystone Point Lighthouse, Tasmania - Australia
Category: Seascapes

Eddystone Point Lighthouse, Tasmania - Australia
Code #071 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Standing proudly aloof, with its encompassing heathland and rugged landscape of granite boulders coated in orange lichen, the Eddystone Point Lighthouse is a beacon of fearless beauty on Tasmania's north east coast. Situated on Eddystone Point, jutting out into the Tasman Sea at the southern end of Mount William National Park, it is surrounded by the ferocity and whim of nature's changing moods. The striking pink granite tower stretches 37 metres high, proudly guarding the entrance to Banks Strait and warning Sea Captains on an anxious passage since May 1889. The Eddystone Point Lighthouse was built with granite quarried and cut at the nearby quarry site that can still be seen today near the beach in front of the tower. Still lived in by the lightkeepers, the three houses at the station are the oldest surviving lightkeepers quarters in Tasmania and were also built with local granite.

Code #ARU013 The 2001 Bledisloe Cup, Stadium Australia, Sydney
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The 2001 Bledisloe Cup, Stadium Australia, Sydney
Code #ARU013 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 1 September 2001.

With the Tri Nations trophy at stake, a capacity crowd of 90,978 witnessed this magnificent game of rugby. At half time, the Wallabies were in front by 13 points and in control, but the All Blacks were not a spent force. They opened the second half at breakneck speed and the lead was soon cut to 3 points. The All Blacks scored again to hit the lead. However, with renowned composure, the Wallabies, led by John Eales, pinned the All Blacks in their own quarter. Raid after raid was made on the All Blacks' line. At last, with two minutes remaining, the final lineout was won by Australia. Toutai Kefu, arm outstretched through a wall of despairing All Blacks' bodies, calmly grounded the ball with one hand: try. One point ahead and no time left for the All Blacks to do anything other than watch a Wallaby dream come true. Their inspirational captain sent to retirement with another mighty victory 29-26, winning both the Bledisloe Cup and Tri Nations Trophy.

Code #ARU115 2nd Lions Test: 'Scrum Action'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

2nd Lions Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne: 'Scrum Action'
Code #ARU115 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 2nd Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne, 7 July 2001.

The world champion Vodafone Wallabies were the underdogs as they went into the second game of the series, trailing 1-0 to the Lions. At half time, with the score favouring the Lions 11-6, the Wallabies found themselves in a similar position as in the first game of the Bundaberg Rum Rugby Test Series. Winger Joe Roff took the wake up call for Australia in the first eight minutes of the second half, by masterminding two tries. The Lions missed some good opportunities and Roff, who was awarded Bundaberg Rum Man of The Match , proved himself to be the turning point for the Aussies' win. The Wallabies came to life in front of a record crowd of 56,605 enthusiastic spectators and showed their well-earned credentials by dominating to win 34-15, the biggest win against the Lions.

Code #020 World Cup Cricket, MCG
Category: Cityscapes

World Cup Cricket Final, Melbourne Cricket Ground - Australia
Code #020 • Photographic Print • 1015x350mm

Match date: 25th March 1992 - Result: Pakistan (Captain, Imran Khan) 6-249 defeated England (Captain, Graham Gooch) 227 - Man of the Match: Wasim Akram (Pakistan) - Umpires: Steve Bucknor (West Indies), Brian Aldridge (New Zealand) - MCG Attendance 87,182.

Code #161 Sydney by Night
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney by Night
Code #161 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #043 Lake Pamamaroo
Category: Landscapes

Lake Pamamaroo - Australia
Code #043 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #191 Wallace's Hut
Category: Landscapes

'Wallace's Hut', Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia
Code #191 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #066 Cape Otway Lighthouse
Category: Seascapes

Australia's Beacon of Hope, The Cape Otway Lighthouse, Victoria - Australia
Code #061 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Cape Otway Lighthouse is the main navigation beacon for shipping and other vessels from the south east through the perilous waters of Bass Straight. Formally known as the Otway Lightstation, the lighthouse was built in 1848 after many tragic shipwrecks on the rugged coastline of the spectacular south eastern corner of Victoria. Mariners have long referred to the relatively narrow entrance as The Needle's Eye, which is a navigational horror of 90 kilometres width, linking Cape Otway with Cape Wickham on King Island, Tasmania. Located midway along the world-famous Great Southern Road overlooking the treacherous Tasman Sea, this significantly historical lighthouse, with its surrounding grounds and keepers' residences, is the oldest original light facility on mainland Australia.

Code #ARU014 The 2001 Bledisloe Cup: 'Match Winner'
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The 2001 Bledisloe Cup, Stadium Australia, Sydney: 'Match Winner'
Code #ARU014 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x264mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 1 September 2001.

With the Tri Nations trophy at stake, a capacity crowd of 90,978 witnessed this magnificent game of rugby. At half time, the Wallabies were in front by 13 points and in control, but the All Blacks were not a spent force. They opened the second half at breakneck speed and the lead was soon cut to 3 points. The All Blacks scored again to hit the lead. However, with renowned composure, the Wallabies, led by John Eales, pinned the All Blacks in their own quarter. Raid after raid was made on the All Blacks' line. At last, with two minutes remaining, the final lineout was won by Australia. Toutai Kefu, arm outstretched through a wall of despairing All Blacks' bodies, calmly grounded the ball with one hand: try. One point ahead and no time left for the All Blacks to do anything other than watch a Wallaby dream come true. Their inspirational captain sent to retirement with another mighty victory 29-26, winning both the Bledisloe Cup and Tri Nations Trophy.

Code #ARU116 2nd Lions Test: 'Tough Try'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

2nd Lions Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne: 'Tough Try'
Code #ARU116 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 2nd Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne, 7 July 2001.

The world champion Vodafone Wallabies were the underdogs as they went into the second game of the series, trailing 1-0 to the Lions. At half time, with the score favouring the Lions 11-6, the Wallabies found themselves in a similar position as in the first game of the Bundaberg Rum Rugby Test Series. Winger Joe Roff took the wake up call for Australia in the first eight minutes of the second half, by masterminding two tries. The Lions missed some good opportunities and Roff, who was awarded Bundaberg Rum Man of The Match , proved himself to be the turning point for the Aussies' win. The Wallabies came to life in front of a record crowd of 56,605 enthusiastic spectators and showed their well-earned credentials by dominating to win 34-15, the biggest win against the Lions.

Code #017 Sydney
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney - Australia
Code #017 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #159 Sydney 1904
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney, 1904
Code #159 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #041 Wallace's Hut
Category: Landscapes

Wallace's Hut , Alpine National Park, Victoria - Australia
Code #041 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Wallace's Hut, also known as 'Seldom Seen Hut' (so nicknamed by bushwalkers because of its dense snow gum environs) was originally built in 1889 by three brothers, Arthur, William and Stewart Wallace, graziers in the Victorian High Country. They built Wallace's Hut from snow gum slats and woollybut shingles giving it a rustic, yet sturdy appearance. Many believe it to be the oldest surviving hut on the Bogong High Plains.

Code #185 The Three Sisters
Category: Landscapes

'The Three Sisters', Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales, Australia
Code #185 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #116 Green Island
Category: Seascapes

Green Island, The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Code #116 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #057 Coles Bay
Category: Seascapes

The Great Escape: Coles Bay, Tasmania - Australia
Code #057 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

When your mind is in need of a holiday, and the surge of tension is deafening, it's time for the great escape. It's here when your nerves slow down. It's here where you can yawn and stretch. It's here where you learn to relax. It's here where you might fall asleep. It's here where you might fall azzzzzzzz.

Code #ARU122 The 2001 Bledisloe Cup: 'Match Winner'
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The 2001 Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney: 'Match Winner'
Code #ARU122 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 1 September 2001.

With the Tri Nations trophy at stake, a capacity crowd of 90,978 witnessed this magnificent game of rugby. At half time, the Wallabies were in front by 13 points and in control, but the All Blacks were not a spent force. They opened the second half at breakneck speed and the lead was soon cut to 3 points. The All Blacks scored again to hit the lead. However, with renowned composure, the Wallabies, led by John Eales, pinned the All Blacks in their own quarter. Raid after raid was made on the All Blacks' line. At last, with two minutes remaining, the final lineout was won by Australia. Toutai Kefu, arm outstretched through a wall of despairing All Blacks' bodies, calmly grounded the ball with one hand: try. One point ahead and no time left for the All Blacks to do anything other than watch a Wallaby dream come true. Their inspirational captain sent to retirement with another mighty victory 29-26, winning both the Bledisloe Cup and Tri Nations Trophy.

Code #ARUPC2 2nd Lions Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

2nd Lions Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne
Code #ARUPC2 • Set of 6 Postcards, each 166x105mm

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 2nd Test at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne, 7 July 2001.

The world champion Vodafone Wallabies were the underdogs as they went into the second game of the series, trailing 1-0 to the Lions. At half time, with the score favouring the Lions 11-6, the Wallabies found themselves in a similar position as in the first game of the Bundaberg Rum Rugby Test Series. Winger Joe Roff took the wake up call for Australia in the first eight minutes of the second half, by masterminding two tries. The Lions missed some good opportunities and Roff, who was awarded Bundaberg Rum Man of The Match , proved himself to be the turning point for the Aussies' win. The Wallabies came to life in front of a record crowd of 56,605 enthusiastic spectators and showed their well-earned credentials by dominating to win 34-15, the biggest win against the Lions.

Code #014 Sydney Sunset
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney Sunset
Code #014 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #157 Circular Quay
Category: Cityscapes

Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia
Code #157 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #038 The Three Sisters
Category: Landscapes

The Three Sisters - Blue Mountains National Park - Katoomba - Australia
Code #038 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

An Aboriginal dream-time legend tells the story of three beautiful giant sisters named Mechni , Wilmah and Gunnedo , who lived with the Katoomba tribe in the Jamison Valley. The sisters were in love with three brothers from the Nepean tribe, but unfortunately marriage between the two tribes was forbidden by tribal law. A terrible tribal battle began when the three warrior brothers decided to take the maidens by force. To keep the three sisters the witchdoctor of the Katoomba tribe turned them into stone, intending to restore them after the battle had ceased. But he was killed in battle, and to this day the spell remains unbroken.

Code #179 The Cathedral
Category: Landscapes

'The Cathedral', Mt Buffalo National Park, Victoria, Australia
Code #179 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #167 The Twelve Apostles
Category: Seascapes

'The Twelve Apostles', Victoria, Australia
Code #167 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #054 Tasman Island
Category: Seascapes

Tasman Island , Tasmania - Australia
Code #054 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Commodore Abel Janszoon Tasman, a Dutch navigator, discovered Tasmania on 24th November, 1642. He named it Van Diemens Lans after his friend and patron, the Governor of Batavia, now Jakarta. In memory of Tasman, the name Tasmania was bestowed in 1856. Tasman Island is located approximately 500 metres offshore from Cape Pillar, a narrow finger of land forming Tasmania's south eastern tip. It is approximately 25km south east of Port Arthur and stands ruggedly sentinel in the harsh weather conditions of the Tasman Sea. Tasman Island is awsome, like a surrealistic apparition, defiantly maintaining its existence against the elements. Standing bleakly on the flat top of Tasman Island, surrounded by sheer cliffs soaring 238 metres above the sea, is Australia's most dramatic lightstation. The only other signs of life are some deserted cottages sitting amidst thick, waist-high grass, and often shrouded in dense cloud.

Code #ARU123 The 2001 Bledisloe Cup: 'Heroes'
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The 2001 Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney: 'Heroes'
Code #ARU123 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 1 September 2001.

With the Tri Nations trophy at stake, a capacity crowd of 90,978 witnessed this magnificent game of rugby. At half time, the Wallabies were in front by 13 points and in control, but the All Blacks were not a spent force. They opened the second half at breakneck speed and the lead was soon cut to 3 points. The All Blacks scored again to hit the lead. However, with renowned composure, the Wallabies, led by John Eales, pinned the All Blacks in their own quarter. Raid after raid was made on the All Blacks' line. At last, with two minutes remaining, the final lineout was won by Australia. Toutai Kefu, arm outstretched through a wall of despairing All Blacks' bodies, calmly grounded the ball with one hand: try. One point ahead and no time left for the All Blacks to do anything other than watch a Wallaby dream come true. Their inspirational captain sent to retirement with another mighty victory 29-26, winning both the Bledisloe Cup and Tri Nations Trophy.

Code #ARU007 3rd Lions Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

3rd Lions Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney
Code #ARU007 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 3rd Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 14 July 2001.

The game had just begun when Wallabies fullback, Matt Burke, kicked a penalty goal in front of the glorious record crowd of 84,188 revelling spectators. Throughout the game the score went backwards and forwards and, at one stage, ran even. It was a tough and gruelling match for the Wallabies to write their names in the history books with a win of 29-23. The World Champion Wallabies, captained by John Eales and coached by Rod Macqueen, had finally beaten the Lions. The Lions, although defeated in two out of the three series, were well deserving of admiration. Rod Macqueen announced his retirement, engulfed in pride and a spectacular coaching track record. Wallaby Captain, John Eales, triumphantly raised the Tom Richards Cup in celebration of Australia's first victory against the Lions in 102 years of Rugby.

Code #013 Perth, Western Australia
Category: Cityscapes

Perth, Western Australia
Code #013 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #145 Sovereign Hill
Category: Cityscapes

Sovereign Hill, Victoria, Australia
Code #145 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #037 The Cathedral
Category: Landscapes

The Cathedral Mt Buffalo National Park - Victoria - Australia
Code #037 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Mount Buffalo is an integral part of Australia's Alps. It was named by explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell in 1824, who thought it resembled a giant buffalo from a distance. The Buffalo Plateau, which has a mildly dissected surface and steep escarpments along its edges, is famous for its huge granite tors, rugged topography, and grassy high plains. The tors are produced by chemical weathering along the surface of interconnecting regular joints in the granite. The Cathedral is one of the best-known tors on the Plateau, and was climbed by daring tourists as early as the 1900s. The meandering trail of footprints in the snow was made by an inquisitive wombat.

Code #163 The Olgas
Category: Landscapes

The Olgas, Northern Territory, Australia
Code #163 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #171 Sand Cay
Category: Seascapes

Sand Cay, The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Code #171 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #047 London Bridge
Category: Seascapes

London Bridge , Victoria - Australia
Code #047 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Reaching into Australia's Great Southern Ocean, London Bridge is an incredible rock formation sculpted by the continual pounding and ebbing sea. The main arch connecting London Bridge collapsed on the evening of 15th January 1990. Whilst no one was injured, two people were marooned on the newly formed island and rescued by helicopter hours later.

Code #ARU124 The 2001 Bledisloe Cup: 'Superb Service'
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The 2001 Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney: 'Superb Service'
Code #ARU124 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 1 September 2001.

With the Tri Nations trophy at stake, a capacity crowd of 90,978 witnessed this magnificent game of rugby. At half time, the Wallabies were in front by 13 points and in control, but the All Blacks were not a spent force. They opened the second half at breakneck speed and the lead was soon cut to 3 points. The All Blacks scored again to hit the lead. However, with renowned composure, the Wallabies, led by John Eales, pinned the All Blacks in their own quarter. Raid after raid was made on the All Blacks' line. At last, with two minutes remaining, the final lineout was won by Australia. Toutai Kefu, arm outstretched through a wall of despairing All Blacks' bodies, calmly grounded the ball with one hand: try. One point ahead and no time left for the All Blacks to do anything other than watch a Wallaby dream come true. Their inspirational captain sent to retirement with another mighty victory 29-26, winning both the Bledisloe Cup and Tri Nations Trophy.

Code #ARU008 3rd Lions Test: 'The Crucial Steal'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

3rd Lions Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney: 'The Crucial Steal'
Code #ARU008 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x264mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Every Limited Edition Photographic Moment Print is supplied with an engraved plaque for inclusion when you frame your print.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 3rd Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 14 July 2001.

The game had just begun when Wallabies fullback, Matt Burke, kicked a penalty goal in front of the glorious record crowd of 84,188 revelling spectators. Throughout the game the score went backwards and forwards and, at one stage, ran even. It was a tough and gruelling match for the Wallabies to write their names in the history books with a win of 29-23. The World Champion Wallabies, captained by John Eales and coached by Rod Macqueen, had finally beaten the Lions. The Lions, although defeated in two out of the three series, were well deserving of admiration. Rod Macqueen announced his retirement, engulfed in pride and a spectacular coaching track record. Wallaby Captain, John Eales, triumphantly raised the Tom Richards Cup in celebration of Australia's first victory against the Lions in 102 years of Rugby.

Code #011 The Gold Coast
Category: Cityscapes

The Gold Coast, Queensland
Code #011 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

This panoramic photograph taken by Phil Gray shows from left: the border Twin Towns of Tweed Heads & Coolangatta followed by suburbs Bilinga, Tugun, Currumbin & Palm Beach with Burleigh Heads from where unbroken beach stretches along suburbs Miami, Mermaid Beach, Broadbeach, Surfers Paradise, Main Beach & The Southport Spit with South Stradbroke Island beach on the far right. Highrise apartments & hotels dominate the skyline along the Pacific Ocean. Behind are residential areas and waterways with the McPherson Ranges, known as The Hinterland, along the horizon.

Code #143 Melbourne, Australia
Category: Cityscapes

Melbourne, Australia
Code #143 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #033 Daintree Rainforest
Category: Landscapes

Daintree Rainforest - Australia
Code #033 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #155 Craig's Hut
Category: Landscapes

'Craig's Hut', Mt Stirling, Victoria, Australia
Code #155 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #173 Palm Cove
Category: Seascapes

Palm Cove, Queensland, Australia
Code #173 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #034 Palm Cove
Category: Seascapes

Palm Cove, Queensland - Australia
Code #034 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #024OS The Twelve Apostles (2) - Super Size
Category: Super Size

"The Twelve Apostles", Victoria - Australia (Series 2)
Code #024OS • Super Size Panoramic Print • 1500x520mm

"The Twelve Apostles" is a series of limestone stacks sculptured by the relentless seas of Australia's Southern Ocean. This aerial panoramic view stretches from Port Campbell (left) to Cape Otway with rich green dairy farming country in the background. Set back from the cliff top is the Great Ocean Road, a 300km journey through rainforests, the coastal heath of Port Campbell National Park and along the edge of spectacular coastal formations.

Code #ARU125 The 2001 Bledisloe Cup: 'Champion's Finish'
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The 2001 Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney: 'Champion's Finish'
Code #ARU125 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 1 September 2001.

With the Tri Nations trophy at stake, a capacity crowd of 90,978 witnessed this magnificent game of rugby. At half time, the Wallabies were in front by 13 points and in control, but the All Blacks were not a spent force. They opened the second half at breakneck speed and the lead was soon cut to 3 points. The All Blacks scored again to hit the lead. However, with renowned composure, the Wallabies, led by John Eales, pinned the All Blacks in their own quarter. Raid after raid was made on the All Blacks' line. At last, with two minutes remaining, the final lineout was won by Australia. Toutai Kefu, arm outstretched through a wall of despairing All Blacks' bodies, calmly grounded the ball with one hand: try. One point ahead and no time left for the All Blacks to do anything other than watch a Wallaby dream come true. Their inspirational captain sent to retirement with another mighty victory 29-26, winning both the Bledisloe Cup and Tri Nations Trophy.

Code #ARU117 3rd Lions Test: 'Lion in Flight'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

3rd Lions Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney: 'Lion in Flight'
Code #ARU117 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 3rd Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 14 July 2001.

The game had just begun when Wallabies fullback, Matt Burke, kicked a penalty goal in front of the glorious record crowd of 84,188 revelling spectators. Throughout the game the score went backwards and forwards and, at one stage, ran even. It was a tough and gruelling match for the Wallabies to write their names in the history books with a win of 29-23. The World Champion Wallabies, captained by John Eales and coached by Rod Macqueen, had finally beaten the Lions. The Lions, although defeated in two out of the three series, were well deserving of admiration. Rod Macqueen announced his retirement, engulfed in pride and a spectacular coaching track record. Wallaby Captain, John Eales, triumphantly raised the Tom Richards Cup in celebration of Australia's first victory against the Lions in 102 years of Rugby.

Code #010 Sydney Dusk
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney Dusk
Code #010 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

This panoramic photograph sweeping across Sydney Harbour was taken by Phil Gray from The Regent Hotel. It shows in the background from the left: Balmain, Goat Island, McMahon's Point, North Sydney, Kirribilli, other northern harbourside suburbs, the entrance to Sydney Harbour and some eastern harbourside suburbs. It shows in the foreground from the right: Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay, the Cahill Expressway, the Overseas Terminal, The Rocks (Sydney's original village) and Walsh Bay with the Bradfield Highway leading across Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Code #141 Sydney Sunrise
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney Sunrise
Code #141 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #027 Craigs Hut
Category: Landscapes

Craigs Hut Mt. Stirling, Victoria - Australia
Code #027 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

Nestled on the Southern fringe of the spectacular High Country near the summit of the Mt. Stirling, Craig's Hut sits majestically on the roof of Australia. Beyond Craig's Hut is Mt. Cobler and further on is Australia's highest peak, Mt. Kosciuszko. Craig's Hut featured in the two The Man from Snowy River movies based on the famous Banjo Paterson poem of the same name.

Code #153 The Pinnacles
Category: Landscapes

'The Pinnacles', Nambung National Park, Western Australia
Code #153 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #205 London Bridge
Category: Seascapes

'London Bridge', Victoria, Australia
Code #205 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #024 The Twelve Apostles (2)
Category: Seascapes

The Twelve Apostles , Victoria - Australia (Series 2)
Code #024 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

The Twelve Apostles is a series of limestone stacks sculptured by the relentless seas of Australia's Southern Ocean. This aerial panoramic view stretches from Port Campbell (left) to Cape Otway with rich green dairy farming country in the background. Set back from the cliff top is the Great Ocean Road, a 300km journey through rainforests, the coastal heath of Port Campbell National Park and along the edge of spectacular coastal formations.

Code #027OS Craigs Hut - Super Size
Category: Super Size

Craigs Hut Mt. Stirling, Victoria - Australia
Code #027OS • Super Size Panoramic Print • 1500x520mm

Nestled on the Southern fringe of the spectacular High Country near the summit of the Mt. Stirling, Craig's Hut sits majestically on the roof of Australia. Beyond Craig's Hut is Mt. Cobler and further on is Australia's highest peak, Mt. Kosciuszko. Craig's Hut featured in the two The Man from Snowy River movies based on the famous Banjo Paterson poem of the same name.

Code #SP016 The 2000 Bledisloe Cup, Stadium Australia, Sydney
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The 2000 Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney, Australia
Code #SP016 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 1000 • Each print is individually numbered

The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 15 July 2000.

Rugby hearts were pounding with adrenalin at Stadium Australia. Captained by John Eales, the Australian Wallabies, whilst in defeat, had every reason to stand proud in front of a new Rugby Union world record attendance of 109,874. The excited spectators witnessed a close win of 39-35 by the All Blacks, captained by Todd Blackadder.

Code #ARU118 3rd Lions Test: 'Touch Finder'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

3rd Lions Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney: 'Touch Finder'
Code #ARU118 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 3rd Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 14 July 2001.

The game had just begun when Wallabies fullback, Matt Burke, kicked a penalty goal in front of the glorious record crowd of 84,188 revelling spectators. Throughout the game the score went backwards and forwards and, at one stage, ran even. It was a tough and gruelling match for the Wallabies to write their names in the history books with a win of 29-23. The World Champion Wallabies, captained by John Eales and coached by Rod Macqueen, had finally beaten the Lions. The Lions, although defeated in two out of the three series, were well deserving of admiration. Rod Macqueen announced his retirement, engulfed in pride and a spectacular coaching track record. Wallaby Captain, John Eales, triumphantly raised the Tom Richards Cup in celebration of Australia's first victory against the Lions in 102 years of Rugby.

Code #008 Adelaide, South Australia
Category: Cityscapes

Adelaide, South Australia
Code #008 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #124 Sydney Sunset
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney Sunset
Code #124 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #026 The Pinnacles
Category: Landscapes

The Pinnacles Nambung National Park - Western Australia
Code #026 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

The Pinnacles are a multitude of limestone pillars eerily rising up to 4 metres out of a stark, desolate landscape of yellow ochre sand. Located 2 kilometres inland from the coast one can easily appreciate why early Dutch sailors thought they were the ancient remains of an earlier civilisation. The Pinnacles are 245 kilometres north of Perth.

Code #122 The Red Centre
Category: Landscapes

The Red Centre – Ayers Rock, Northern Territory, Australia
Code #122 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #223 Tasman Island
Category: Seascapes

Tasman Island, Tasmania, Australia
Code #223 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #023 The Twelve Apostles (1)
Category: Seascapes

The Twelve Apostles , Victoria - Australia (Series 1)
Code #023 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

The Twelve Apostles is a series of limestone stacks sculpted by the relentless seas of Australia's Southern Ocean. This panoramic photograph features some of the sculptures rising majestically from the Ocean. The webbed foot prints in the foreground beach are those of The Little Penguins who live on the shore and enter the water for their fish diet. The Little Penguins, protected by the Port Campbell National Park Authority, is the only one of the world's 17 penguin species which breeds on the Australian mainland.

Code #SP027 Australia v Greece
Category: Soccer

Australia v Greece Powerade Cup, Qantas Socceroos v Greece. M.C.G. Melbourne. May 25th 2006.
Code #SP027 • Photographic print, size 760x500mm

Before a crowd of 95,103, as part of Australia's preparation for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, Australia defeated Greece 1:0.

The crowd erupted in the 16th minute when Josip Skoko kicked a magnificent goal which left the Greek goalkeeper stranded.

Code #041OS Wallace's Hut - Super Size
Category: Super Size

Wallace's Hut , Alpine National Park, Victoria - Australia
Code #041OS • Super Size Panoramic Print • 1500x520mm

Wallace's Hut, also known as 'Seldom Seen Hut' (so nicknamed by bushwalkers because of its dense snow gum environs) was originally built in 1889 by three brothers, Arthur, William and Stewart Wallace, graziers in the Victorian High Country. They built Wallace's Hut from snow gum slats and woollybut shingles giving it a rustic, yet sturdy appearance. Many believe it to be the oldest surviving hut on the Bogong High Plains.

Code #SP003S The 1995 Bledisloe Cup, Sydney Football Stadium Signed by David Campese
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The 1995 Bledisloe Cup, Sydney Football Stadium
Code #SP003S • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 3000 • Each print is individually numbered • Signed by David Campese

1995: The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at the Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, 13 August 1995

The 100th Test Match played between two great traditional rivals. The Wallabies, captained by Phil Kearns, were defeated by the All Blacks, captained by Sean Fitzpatrick, 34-23. Man of the Match Jonah Lomu. Crowd 39,337. The featured players are David Campese (Australia) and Jonah Lomu (NZ).

Code #ARU119 3rd Lions Test: 'The Crucial Steal'
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

3rd Lions Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney: 'The Crucial Steal'
Code #ARU119 • Panoramic Mini Print • 420x100mm (matt size 500x180mm) • Limited Edition of 500 • Each print is individually numbered

 

BONUS: Limited Edition Mini Prints are supplied matted, ready for framing, and include an engraved plaque.

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 3rd Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 14 July 2001.

The game had just begun when Wallabies fullback, Matt Burke, kicked a penalty goal in front of the glorious record crowd of 84,188 revelling spectators. Throughout the game the score went backwards and forwards and, at one stage, ran even. It was a tough and gruelling match for the Wallabies to write their names in the history books with a win of 29-23. The World Champion Wallabies, captained by John Eales and coached by Rod Macqueen, had finally beaten the Lions. The Lions, although defeated in two out of the three series, were well deserving of admiration. Rod Macqueen announced his retirement, engulfed in pride and a spectacular coaching track record. Wallaby Captain, John Eales, triumphantly raised the Tom Richards Cup in celebration of Australia's first victory against the Lions in 102 years of Rugby.

Code #007 New York
Category: Cityscapes

New York, New York, U.S.A.
Code #007 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #114 Sydney, Australia
Category: Cityscapes

Sydney, Australia
Code #114 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #019 The Olgas
Category: Landscapes

The Olgas, Uluru National Park - Northern Territory - Australia
Code #019 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #120 Daintree Rainforest
Category: Landscapes

Daintree Rainforest, Queensland, Australia
Code #120 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #227 Coles Bay
Category: Seascapes

Coles Bay, Tasmania, Australia
Code #223 • Panoramic Card • Blank • 430x105mm

Code #016 Sand Cay
Category: Seascapes

Sand Cay, The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland - Australia
Code #016 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #SP026 Australia v Greece
Category: Soccer

Australia v Greece Powerade Cup, Qantas Socceroos v Greece. M.C.G. Melbourne. May 25th 2006.
Code #SP026 • Photographic Stadium Print • 1015x350mm

Before a crowd of 95,103, as part of Australia's preparation for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, Australia defeated Greece 1:0.

The crowd erupted in the 16th minute when Josip Skoko kicked a magnificent goal which left the Greek goalkeeper stranded.

Code #050OS Secret Holden Graveyard - Super Size
Category: Super Size

The Secret Holden Graveyard - Australia
Code #050OS • Super Size Panoramic Print • 1500x520mm

A nostalgic look back to 1948 when the Holden 48-215 became Australia's first successfully mass produced car, it is hard to comprehend the euphoria surrounding its release. Some believed the country's pulse was revved up as a result of our national inferiority complex. Others prefer to believe those years following World War II were so bleak and boring, only something like this, out of the normal, could have excited the people.

Code #SP003 The 1995 Bledisloe Cup, Sydney Football Stadium Unsigned
Category: The Bledisloe Cup

The 1995 Bledisloe Cup, Sydney Football Stadium
Code #SP003 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm • Limited Edition of 3000 • Each print is individually numbered

1995: The Australian Wallabies v The New Zealand All Blacks: The Bledisloe Cup at the Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, 13 August 1995

The 100th Test Match played between two great traditional rivals. The Wallabies, captained by Phil Kearns, were defeated by the All Blacks, captained by Sean Fitzpatrick, 34-23. Man of the Match Jonah Lomu. Crowd 39,337. The featured players are David Campese (Australia) and Jonah Lomu (NZ).

Code #ARUPC3 3rd Lions Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney
Category: Wallabies v Lions 2001

3rd Lions Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney
Code #ARUPC3 • Set of 6 Postcards, each 166x105mm

The Australian Wallabies v The British Lions: 3rd Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney, 14 July 2001.

The game had just begun when Wallabies fullback, Matt Burke, kicked a penalty goal in front of the glorious record crowd of 84,188 revelling spectators. Throughout the game the score went backwards and forwards and, at one stage, ran even. It was a tough and gruelling match for the Wallabies to write their names in the history books with a win of 29-23. The World Champion Wallabies, captained by John Eales and coached by Rod Macqueen, had finally beaten the Lions. The Lions, although defeated in two out of the three series, were well deserving of admiration. Rod Macqueen announced his retirement, engulfed in pride and a spectacular coaching track record. Wallaby Captain, John Eales, triumphantly raised the Tom Richards Cup in celebration of Australia's first victory against the Lions in 102 years of Rugby.

Code #002 A Nation Celebrates (2)
Category: Cityscapes

A Nation Celebrates, Sydney Harbour, 26th January 1988 (Series 2)
Code #002 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

This 270° panoramic photograph was taken by Phil Gray with a specially mounted camera from a helicopter above Sydney Harbour. It was taken shortly after the First Fleet Reenactment Fleet had moored in Farm Cove and shows the Tall Ships scattered amongst the hundreds of spectator craft revelling in the spirit of Australia Day. This print is the second in the Sydney Harbour Panorama series by Phil Gray.

Code #018 Ayers Rock
Category: Landscapes

Ayers Rock, Uluru National Park, Northern Territory - Australia
Code #018 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #015 Green Island
Category: Seascapes

Green Island, The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland - Australia
Code #015 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

 

Code #SP019 Goal!
Category: Soccer

Goal!
Code #SP019 • Photographic Moment Print • 1000x217mm • Limited Edition of 100 • each print is individually numbered

This panoramic photograph captures Kevin Muscat scoring Australia's only goal against Uruguay in their qualifying match for the 2002 World Cup on November 20, 2001, at the MCG, Melbourne, Australia.

Code #001 A Nation Celebrates
Category: Cityscapes

A Nation Celebrates, Sydney Harbour, 26th January 1988
Code #001 • Panoramic Print • 1015x350mm

This 300° panoramic photograph was taken by Phil Gray with a specially mounted panorama camera from a helicopter above Sydney Harbour. It shows the parade of sail as it proceeds down the Harbour with the Juan Sebastian de Elcano, Spain's 113 metre Barquentine, off the Opera House and the 108 metre Dar Mlodziezy from Poland nearing Fort Denison. The First Fleet Re-enactment can be seen in Farm Cove.

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