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Australasia Gallery

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Choose from 382 pictures in our Australasia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia, 1886.Artist: Albert Henry Fullwood
Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia, 1886.Artist: Albert Henry Fullwood
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Map of the South Pacific Ocean
Map of the South Pacific Ocean
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House lintel, a fine late example of carving with stone tools
House lintel, a fine late example of carving with stone tools
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A maripi tuatini, shark-tooth knife, which was collected on Captain Cooks first voyage in
A maripi tuatini, shark-tooth knife, which was collected on Captain Cooks first voyage in
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Cook Strait, between the North and South Island
Cook Strait, between the North and South Island
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Bark painting depicting a spirit being, possibly of a type called namandi
Bark painting depicting a spirit being, possibly of a type called namandi
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Painted war canoe paddle collected by Captain Cook on the East Coast of the North Island
Painted war canoe paddle collected by Captain Cook on the East Coast of the North Island
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Mount Cook
Mount Cook
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Communal buildings
Communal buildings
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Detail showing whale from an Aboriginal bark painting depicting a whaling group
Detail showing whale from an Aboriginal bark painting depicting a whaling group
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Bank of New Zealand, origianlly the Colonial bank in the former gold
Bank of New Zealand, origianlly the Colonial bank in the former gold
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Dramatic cloud formations at sunset
Dramatic cloud formations at sunset
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A maripi tuatini, shark-tooth knife, which was collected on Captain Cooks first voyage in 1769 Featured Print

A maripi tuatini, shark-tooth knife, which was collected on Captain Cooks first voyage in 1769

A maripi tuatini, shark-tooth knife, which was collected on Captain Cook's first voyage in 1769, at Queen Charlotte Sound. Maripi tuatini were used only for a most dangerous and tapu task, the cutting up of human flesh. Country of Origin: New Zealand. Culture: Maori. Date/Period: circa 18th C. Place of Origin: Queen Charlotte Sound. Material Size: Wood, shell, shark-tooth, l= 21.8cms. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ National Museum of New Zealand, Wellington. Location: 03

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Hot springs in the Rotorua region
Hot springs in the Rotorua region
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Northern landscape inland from Spirits Bay just south of Cape Reinga
Northern landscape inland from Spirits Bay just south of Cape Reinga
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Te Horou, The Cauldron of Whakarewarewa, Rotorua
Te Horou, The Cauldron of Whakarewarewa, Rotorua
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The crater of Mt Tarawera seen from the air showing the split in the mountain caused
The crater of Mt Tarawera seen from the air showing the split in the mountain caused
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The peak of the pa, or fortress, on Onawe peninsular, with remains of fortifications
The peak of the pa, or fortress, on Onawe peninsular, with remains of fortifications
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Evening, Banks Peninsula
Evening, Banks Peninsula
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Sunset at Rangitei river estuary
Sunset at Rangitei river estuary
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A pair of chevron pendants made from whale ivory
A pair of chevron pendants made from whale ivory
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Maori carver, Vince Rerard, of Waipa Kokira Centre, Te Awamatu
Maori carver, Vince Rerard, of Waipa Kokira Centre, Te Awamatu
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Te Porere Redoubt, south of Lake Taupo
Te Porere Redoubt, south of Lake Taupo
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War canoe bailer
War canoe bailer
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A model war canoe, wakataua, attributed to the carver Rakarubi Rukupo
A model war canoe, wakataua, attributed to the carver Rakarubi Rukupo
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A model war canoe, wakataua, attributed to the carver Rakarubi Rukupo, made in the Gisbourne area Featured Print

A model war canoe, wakataua, attributed to the carver Rakarubi Rukupo, made in the Gisbourne area

A model war canoe, wakataua, attributed to the carver Rakarubi Rukupo, made in the Gisbourne area. Until the end of the eighteenth century the war canoe was the most prized and decorated clan possession. Later this role was taken over by the storehouse. Country of Origin: New Zealand. Culture: Maori. Date/Period: mid 19th C. Place of Origin: Gisbourne. Material Size: Wood, l= 245cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Auckland Institute and Museum, Auckland. Location: 04

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A model war canoe made in the Gisbourne area
A model war canoe made in the Gisbourne area
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Kahu topuni, a chiefs war cloak, the closely woven flax decorated with thin strips of dog
Kahu topuni, a chiefs war cloak, the closely woven flax decorated with thin strips of dog
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The stern post of an old war canoe
The stern post of an old war canoe
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A Maori chiefs wooden club
A Maori chiefs wooden club
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A prestigious kaitaka cloak, of soft beaten flax fibres
A prestigious kaitaka cloak, of soft beaten flax fibres
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Spirits Bay, Cape Reinga at the northernmost tip of the North Island, where the explorer
Spirits Bay, Cape Reinga at the northernmost tip of the North Island, where the explorer
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Maori bone nose-flute decorated with a copulating couple
Maori bone nose-flute decorated with a copulating couple
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Feeding funnel used to prevent food from touching a chiefs lips while he was being
Feeding funnel used to prevent food from touching a chiefs lips while he was being
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The Fay-Richwhite building, Auckland
The Fay-Richwhite building, Auckland
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Tasmin Mountains Country of Origin: New Zealand
Tasmin Mountains Country of Origin: New Zealand
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Milford Sound on the west coast of South Island
Milford Sound on the west coast of South Island
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Landscape near Napier
Landscape near Napier
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Kahu topuni, a chiefs war cloak, the closely woven flax decorated with thin strips of dog fur Featured Print

Kahu topuni, a chiefs war cloak, the closely woven flax decorated with thin strips of dog fur

Kahu topuni, a chief's war cloak, the closely woven flax decorated with thin strips of dog fur. This cloak was a peace offering given by the Arawa to the Ngaiterangi tribe marking the conclusion of a long and bloody war in 1836. Country of Origin: New Zealand. Culture: Maori. Date/Period: Early 19th C. Material Size: Flax, dog skin. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Auckland Institute and Museum, Auckland. Location: 02

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Over 50 complete moa skeletons have been recovered from this swamp since 1938
Over 50 complete moa skeletons have been recovered from this swamp since 1938
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Swamp near the Maori village said to have the longest name in the world
Swamp near the Maori village said to have the longest name in the world
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Sign for the Maori village said to have the longest name in the world
Sign for the Maori village said to have the longest name in the world
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Claycliffs near Omarama in the central South Island, a spectacular example of what
Claycliffs near Omarama in the central South Island, a spectacular example of what
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White witches made by a mother and daughter team in Dunedin
White witches made by a mother and daughter team in Dunedin
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Stars over Mt Cook (3764m), Hooker River Valley, and Mt Wakefield
Stars over Mt Cook (3764m), Hooker River Valley, and Mt Wakefield
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Fiordland, in the south-west of South Island
Fiordland, in the south-west of South Island
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Fern trees in Pohuehue, north of Auckland
Fern trees in Pohuehue, north of Auckland
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The Treaty House at Waitangi, home of the British governing Resident
The Treaty House at Waitangi, home of the British governing Resident
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Bark painting depicting a Wandjina
Bark painting depicting a Wandjina
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Bark painting from western Arnhem Land depicting a seated woman
Bark painting from western Arnhem Land depicting a seated woman
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Janus-headed stone mauri, resting place of the life-force of Puketapu pa
Janus-headed stone mauri, resting place of the life-force of Puketapu pa
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