Jervis Bay by Rosina  Lamberti

Posters

Small (23.2" x 15.3")

$15.01

Sizing Information

Small 23.2" x 15.3"
Medium 33.1" x 21.8"
Large 46.9" x 30.8"
Note: Includes a 3/16" white border

Features

  • Printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper
  • Custom cut to three maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0
  • 5mm white border to assist in framing
  • Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame

jervis bay

jervis bay
An area of beautifu white sands and pleasant bushwalking.
Located about 170 km from Sydney, Jervis Bay is both an inlet and the basis of the uniquely beautiful Booderee National Park
History
After Federation occurred in 1901 plans were set in motion to create a city (ultimately Canberra) within an independent territory (the ACT) wherein the new Federal Government could sit.

Work began in 1913 and, in 1915, the Royal Australian Naval College opened at Captain Point under Federal administration as HMAS Creswell. The Royal Australian Naval College no longer exists as it was absorbed into the Australian Defence Force Academy but some officer training still occurs at Jervis Bay. A majority of the original buildings remain.

jervis bay

jervis bay
An area of beautifu white sands and pleasant bushwalking.
Located about 170 km from Sydney, Jervis Bay is both an inlet and the basis of the uniquely beautiful Booderee National Park
History
After Federation occurred in 1901 plans were set in motion to create a city (ultimately Canberra) within an independent territory (the ACT) wherein the new Federal Government could sit.

Work began in 1913 and, in 1915, the Royal Australian Naval College opened at Captain Point under Federal administration as HMAS Creswell. The Royal Australian Naval College no longer exists as it was absorbed into the Australian Defence Force Academy but some officer training still occurs at Jervis Bay. A majority of the original buildings remain.

jervis bay

jervis bay
An area of beautifu white sands and pleasant bushwalking.
Located about 170 km from Sydney, Jervis Bay is both an inlet and the basis of the uniquely beautiful Booderee National Park
History
After Federation occurred in 1901 plans were set in motion to create a city (ultimately Canberra) within an independent territory (the ACT) wherein the new Federal Government could sit.

Work began in 1913 and, in 1915, the Royal Australian Naval College opened at Captain Point under Federal administration as HMAS Creswell. The Royal Australian Naval College no longer exists as it was absorbed into the Australian Defence Force Academy but some officer training still occurs at Jervis Bay. A majority of the original buildings remain.

jervis bay

jervis bay
An area of beautifu white sands and pleasant bushwalking.
Located about 170 km from Sydney, Jervis Bay is both an inlet and the basis of the uniquely beautiful Booderee National Park
History
After Federation occurred in 1901 plans were set in motion to create a city (ultimately Canberra) within an independent territory (the ACT) wherein the new Federal Government could sit.

Work began in 1913 and, in 1915, the Royal Australian Naval College opened at Captain Point under Federal administration as HMAS Creswell. The Royal Australian Naval College no longer exists as it was absorbed into the Australian Defence Force Academy but some officer training still occurs at Jervis Bay. A majority of the original buildings remain.

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Comments

  • Lam Tran
    Lam Tranabout 7 years ago

    Beautiful scene! Great shot!

  • iiiyaaa
    iiiyaaaabout 7 years ago

    terrific!

  • Junebug60
    Junebug60about 7 years ago

    Beautiful caputure. Fantastic view!!

  • Daniel Rayfield
    Daniel Rayfieldabout 7 years ago

    Lovely setting , well captured!!!

  • DuhDog
    DuhDogabout 7 years ago

    Fantastic shot!

  • Dogman
    Dogmanabout 7 years ago

    I agree with all of the above…It’s a great capture!!

  • paulscar
    paulscarabout 7 years ago

    excellent image!

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsabout 7 years ago

    beautifully done

  • Maximus
    Maximusabout 7 years ago

    very nice, especially the lone set of footprints… :-)

  • Rosina  Lamberti
    Rosina Lambertiabout 7 years ago

    think they were mine


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