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Buildings and Architecture Puzzles Gallery

The gallery contains a selection of buildings that grace Australian skylines which we think make fun puzzles

Choose from 53 pictures in our Buildings and Architecture Puzzles collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Saumarez Homestead, a 30-room Edwardian mansion from 1888, near Armidale NSW Featured Buildings and Architecture 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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Overview of Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasmania Featured Buildings and Architecture Puzzles Image

Overview of Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasmania

Commandant's Office and Penitentiary building in foreground. Between 1833 and 1877 Port Arthur was a large, self-sufficient and isolated industrial complex where convicts did iron work, bronze casting, leather work and ceramics, and also made bricks, small boats and ships for the colonial government

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Aerial view of The Beehive and NZ Parliament House Featured Buildings and Architecture Puzzles Image

Aerial view of The Beehive and NZ Parliament House

The Parliament Buildings in Lambton Quay area feature some of the city's most stunning and instantly recognisable architecture. Consisting of three magnificent structures, by far the most distinctive part of the Wellington Parliament Buildings is the breathtaking Beehive building, a modern executive office space, designed by British architect Sir Basil Spence

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