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La Perouse from Frenchman's Bay

La Perouse from Frenchman's Bay


Named after French navigator who landed in Botany Bay on 26 January 1788, the monument in the distance is dedicated to him. The red building was a cable station (now a museum); next to it is an old customs tower. These tell of early European history, but this is a significant site for the longest functioning Aboriginal community in Sydney, existing here thousands of years before colonisation and continuing today.



Comes unframed


All original works are painted on the highest quality Fabriano 100% cotton, 300g/m2 paper with high-grade Winsor & Newton watercolours

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