[Editor: This postcard (unused), which incorporates a photo of a mountain road (Bulli Pass, NSW), is undated; however, it is believed to have been published in the early 20th Century.]
[Front of postcard]
Looking up the Bulli Pass.
Showing Sublime Point. N. S. Wales.
[Description: A photo of a mountain road (with four people walking along, and a car driving up behind them).]
[Reverse of postcard]
Dimensions (approximate): 139 mm. (width), 85 mm. (height).
Two aspects of the photograph are given here in higher definition, to enable a better look at the images of the car and the people.
The postcard was made on cardboard manufactured by Kodak Australia.
Austral = of or relating to Australia or Australasia; Australian, Australasian; an abbreviation of Australia, Australian, Australasia, Australasian; in a wider context, of or relating to the southern hemisphere; southern, especially a southern wind
Bulli Pass = a mountain pass, located north-west of Bulli (a suburb of Wollongong, New South Wales)
See: “Bulli Pass”, Wikipedia
N. S. Wales = an abbreviation of New South Wales (a colony in Australia from 1788, then a state in 1901)
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