Tag Archive: Tasmania

TCA Ground, 1911. Hobart, Tasmania

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Thanks once again to Michael Turner,  for this expert detective work in tracking down, via YouTube and the National Film & Sound Archives, glimpses of the TCA scoreboard (built in 1907)  in a… Continue reading

Spot the difference 3 – Lauderdale scoreboard, Tasmania

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Our graphic design department (head office in Tasmania) visited Lauderdale back in 2014   but were so intent on watching the footy that they forgot to tend to a little scoreboard augmentation. However they… Continue reading

Spot the difference 2 – New Norfolk, Tasmania

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Last week we sent our graphic design department (head office in Tasmania) all the way to Joondalup in Western Australia, on a ‘scorebaord augmentation’ assignment: namely, to re-paint the big scoreboard  with some… Continue reading

Wellesley Park, Tasmania

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Story and photos by Chris Rees Wellesley Park is a large area in South Hobart formerly occupied by the Hobart Tip; after the 1967 bushfire the council opened a new tip in nearby… Continue reading

Anzac Park, Lindisfarne, Tasmania

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The Two Blues’ scoreboard has  a sense of permanence, doesn’t it? Lindisfarne Football Club has been around since 1911. They play in the Southern Football League in Tasmania, against such clubs as Dodges… Continue reading

Rosebery, Tasmania

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The beautiful Rosebery ground, on Tasmania’s west coast, is home to Rosebery-Toorak. ‘The ground’s right smack in the middle of a rainforest,’ said Bill Walker. The Hawks were formed in 1987, through the… Continue reading

Derby, Tasmania

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Photos by Chris Rees, February 2008 Once a prosperous mining village, Derby is now a classified historic town. You’ll find it 103 km north east of Launceston on the banks of the Ringarooma… Continue reading