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On the East Coast of Australia Sydney is the State's capital and the largest city in Australia.

Choose from 950 pictures in our New South Wales (NSW) collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Tallship James Craig and Sydney Harbour Bridge Featured New South Wales (NSW) Print

Tallship James Craig and Sydney Harbour Bridge

Two icons - "the bridge" and this restored 19th century barque at Overseas Passenger Terminal

© Wes eggins

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SS Ayrfield Shipwreck Forest Featured New South Wales (NSW) Print

SS Ayrfield Shipwreck Forest

From cargo freighter to forest, the SS Ayrfield is a beautifully broken-down wreck, forever locked in Australia?s Homebush Bay. The SS Ayrfield, formally called the Corrimal, is a 1,140-tonne steam collier ship, which ran coal between Newcastle and Sydney during the 20th Century, before being reassigned to assist as a transport ship for Australia during World War II (WWII)

© ANoval A Nugraha | Photography

SS Ayrfield - Floating Forest, Homebush Bay Featured New South Wales (NSW) Print

SS Ayrfield - Floating Forest, Homebush Bay

From cargo freighter to forest, the SS Ayrfield is a beautifully broken-down wreck, forever locked in Australia's Homebush Bay. The SS Ayrfield, formally called the Corrimal, is a 1,140-tonne steam collier ship, which ran coal between Newcastle and Sydney during the 20th Century, before being reassigned to assist as a transport ship for Australia during World War II (WWII). Built in the United Kingdom in 1911, the SS Ayrfield retired to join those of its kind in the shipwreck yard in Homebush Bay

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