Hand-crafted, vintage-inspired travel posters proudly created in Victoria, Australia
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You can purchase posters here on the online store by scrolling below, or using the search function above.
You can also find us at the following markets where we can also frame for you on the spot.

SUNDAY, MAR 3rd 2024: Ocean Grove Lions Market, 81 The Avenue, Ocean Grove (9am – 2pm) 

SUNDAY, MAR 10th 2024: Anglesea Riverfront Market, Anglesea Riverfront, Anglesea (9am – 4pm)

SATURDAY, MAR 16th , 2024: Emu Plains Market, 4 Coolart Road, Balnarring (9am – 2pm)

SUNDAY, MAR 17th 2024: Torquay Cowrie Market  Torquay Esplanade, Torquay (10am – 3pm)

SUNDAY,MAR 24th, 2024: Portarlington Lions Market,  W. G. Little Reserve, Portarlington (9am – 2pm)

SATURDAY, MAR 30th 2024: Lorne Foreshore Market, Lorne (9am – 4pm)

SUNDAY, MAR 31st 2024: Anglesea Riverfront Market, Anglesea Riverfront, Anglesea (9am – 4pm)

MONDAY, APR 1st 2024: Ocean Grove Lions Market, 81 The Avenue, Ocean Grove (9am – 2pm) 

SATURDAY, APR 20th , 2024: Emu Plains Market, 4 Coolart Road, Balnarring (9am – 2pm)

SUNDAY, APR 21st 2024: Torquay Cowrie Market  Torquay Esplanade, Torquay (10am – 3pm)

SATURDAY, APR 27th 2024: Chelsea 5ifth Makers Market, Chelsea Bicentennial Park, Scott Parade, Chelsea (10am – 2pm)

SUNDAY,APR 28th, 2024: Portarlington Lions Market,  W. G. Little Reserve, Portarlington (9am – 2pm)

No Markets

SATURDAY, JUN 8th 2024: Lorne Foreshore Market, Lorne (9am – 4pm)

SUNDAY, JUN 9th 2024: Portarlington CELTIC FESTIVAL, W.G. Little Reserve, Portarlington (9am – 5pm)

 

Clifton Springs - Pier Posts

CS-PP
AU$39.00
In stock
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Product Details

Clifton Springs was quite the tourist destination in the early days of Melbourne's growth. From 1870, Clifton Springs' fame for its 7 natural mineral springs bubbling up through the beach sand, launched a busy bottling plant, and popular bath houses. At its peak, the Clifton Springs Mineral Company were bottling 5000 bottles of mineral water annually! An elaborate hotel opened in 1888 and a jetty (1890) welcomed passengers from bay steamers. The most favoured spot was the picturesque Fairy Dell set among the coastal hills, near the hotel, sulphur springs bath house and the salt water baths. By the second decade of the 20th century the springs were becoming polluted, considered a health risk and eventually closed. The 19th century buildings on the site had disappeared or been demolished by 1925.

So now much of the grandeur of the day is lost, and only hints of the past, like these pier posts remain.

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