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The Basin of the Yarra

The Basin of the Yarra

8/29/1835-Founding of Melbourne: landing from the Yarra Basin August 29th 1835

Founding of Melbourne: landing from the Yarra Basin August 1835

Burke and Wills Memorial in original Collins St Melbourne location

The statue of Burke and Wills was originally placed at the intersection of Collins and Russell Streets Melbourne in The statue is now located at CITY SQUARE, south-east corner of Swanston and Collins Streets.

Brees Bridge over the Maribyrnong near Keilor, 1856.  Artist Samuel Brees. http://digital.slv.vic.gov.au/webclient/StreamGate?folder_id=200=1367384419130~150

Brees Bridge over the Maribyrnong near Keilor, 1856. Artist Samuel Brees. http://digital.slv.vic.gov.au/webclient/StreamGate?folder_id=200=1367384419130~150

Melbourne, from the Illustrated Australian News, April 1882. Note Mount Macedon in the distance to the left

Melbourne, from the Illustrated Australian News, April Note Mount Macedon in the distance to the left

The Enterprize in the Yarra, 1835 | Ergo

The Enterprize in the Yarra, 1835

Flemington Melbourne, Samuel Charles Brees, C.1856

'Flemington, Melbourne', Samuel Charles Brees, Courtesy State Library of Victoria

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