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A collection of Australian-themed images perfect for transforming into unique, custom-made and fun jigsaw puzzles

Jigsaw puzzles can be done solo, or you can involve family and friends. Tinkering away at jigsaw puzzles is calming and will help to bust away the stress of the world, bringing hours of entertainment. Assembling a jigsaw puzzle is hugely satisfying and can truly bring happiness. 


If you are seriously into puzzles, then it's quite likely you're looking for an image that's unique, different and personal, or one to transform into an awesome gift for someone special.  Our puzzles are available in a range of sizes to suit budgets and skill levels. All our images can be turned into attractive, impressive puzzles made by experts, so there’s no need to worry about Australian Views stock running out. They can be delivered straight to your house, family or friend’s place, or workplace address.


We sell jigsaw puzzles featuring the same artwork, but with different piece counts. The easiest part of determining the difficulty of a jigsaw puzzle is the piece count and our puzzles come in a variety of piece counts; 252, 400, 500, and 1,000. Generally speaking, the higher the piece count, the harder the puzzle is. With 1,000 pieces in a puzzle, you have to sort through many times to find the pieces and matches you are looking for, whereas smaller counts make for less time sorting through pieces and faster puzzling.

Choose from 275 pictures in our Perfect Puzzles collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.

The Pipe Organ of St Pauls Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Featured Perfect Puzzles Image

The Pipe Organ of St Pauls Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

St Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.The cathedral was built in stages and is one of the City of Melbourne's major landmarks. The cathedral's pipe organ was built by T. C. Lewis and Co of Brixton, England. It was played at the cathedral's inaugural service in 1891. The organ has four manuals and pedals with 53 stops, all with electro-pneumatic action, and is housed in the cathedral's south transept behind newly stencilled facade pipes

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Saumarez Homestead, a 30-room Edwardian mansion from 1888, near Armidale NSW Featured Perfect Puzzles Image

Saumarez Homestead, a 30-room Edwardian mansion from 1888, near Armidale NSW

Gifted to the National Trust in 1984, Saumarez estate was established in the 1830s.
The property takes its name from the Dumaresq's Estate in Jersey in the Channel Islands. For five years after settlement, Saumarez with its well supplied store, tools, clothing and basic food was the last stopping point for settlers moving north ?beyond the boundaries'. After Dumaresq's death, the property was sold to H A Thomas, whose family lived in the original slab homestead overlooking Saumarez Creek. The White family purchased Saumarez in 1874 and worked the property until they gave the 10 hectares that included the historic precincts to the National Trust in 1984. The rest of Saumarez was split up and sold off by 2004

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Preserved 1837 Callington Mill at Oatlands, Tasmania Featured Perfect Puzzles Image

Preserved 1837 Callington Mill at Oatlands, Tasmania

Callington Mill is a working Georgian windmill built in 1837. The restoration was completed in 2010. It is the only working example of its type in the southern hemisphere producing flours driven by the fresh winds of Oatlands

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