Looking back at the Tamar Valley and Northern Tasmania as it was in January 1922, via photos published in The Weekly Courier.Continue reading “From the Archives – Launceston, Tasmania January 1922”
Walking through City Park in Launceston, you’ll come across the Children’s Jubilee Fountain not far from the conservatory and Monkey Island. While the fountain is part of the landscape in the park, this isn’t its original location. The fountain was initially positioned outside the main gates on Cameron Street. In the foreground of the photo below you can see a postcard of the the fountain as it used to be. In the background of the photo you can see the hexagonal shape on the ground, where the fountain’s base used to be.
NOW & THEN – The Children’s Jubilee Fountain, City Park Launceston. Originally positioned outside the main park gates, it was moved inside the park in the early twentieth century.
For more information on the Children’s Jubilee Fountain, refer to my post here.