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Melbourne, Australia in Oceania

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HMS Ophir BL16520_030 Featured Melbourne Image

HMS Ophir BL16520_030

SS OPHIR. Interior of the Saloon from the Gallery. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in 1901 for Anderson Anderson & Co. From 1891 the liner was owned by the Orient Steamship Company and carried passengers to and from Australia via Aden and Colombo. In this year, 1901, she was on temporary service as a royal yacht (HMS Ophir), carrying the future King George V and his wife Mary to open the Australian Federal Parliament in Melbourne. Requisitioned for the war effort in 1915, she was returned to the owners in 1918, but was not refitted and was broken up in 1922

© Historic England

W.M. Woodfull struck by a cricket ball, Melbourne Cricket Gr Featured Melbourne Image

W.M. Woodfull struck by a cricket ball, Melbourne Cricket Gr

Photograph of William Maldon Woodfull (1897-1965), the Victoria and Australia cricketer, just after he had been struck by a cricket ball bowled by Harold Larwood in the match between the MCC and Australia, Melbourne cricket ground. The MCC captain, D.R. Jardine, employed leg-theory or bodyline during this tour, which caused injuries to several Australian batsmen and soured relations between England and Australia

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10218972

Distinctive Hanging Rock, Victoria Featured Melbourne Image

Distinctive Hanging Rock, Victoria

The dense forest and escarpment of Hanging Rock, location of the classic cult film Picnic at Hanging Rock, set in rural Victoria, Australia.
A distinctive geological formation in central Victoria, Australia. The rock is a former volcano, 718m above sea level on the plain between the two small townships of Newham and Hesket, approximately 70 km north-west of Melbourne and a few kilometres north of Mount Macedon

© Luke Pellatt