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Guyra Photo Gallery

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All photographs in this gallery were taken by Bob Burling and Diana Helmrich

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Guyra Snow

Panoramic View of Mother of Ducks Lagoon

This 180o panoramic view of Mother of Ducks Lagoon is taken from 8 separate photographs. Clicking anywhere on the overview graphic will take you to a full size photograph containing the point you selected. From this point you may then move left or right through all of the photographs used.

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Bradley St.
The main street (Bradley St.) of Guyra looking towards the north.
Lamb & Potato Statue
Guyra is renowned for its lamb and potato production. This statue, alongside the New England Highway at the rest spot, symbolises these.
Scene from the Lamb & Potato Festival
To celebrate its Lamb and Potato production, Guyra has a special fortnight long festival towards the end of January each year where those passing through Guyra can stop and savour the food for themselves. These three photos are of a recent Lamb and Potato Festival, typifying the way the town promotes itself to the tourist trade.
Scene from the Lamb & Potato Festival
Scene from the Lamb & Potato Festival

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