TitleHoliday Huts on Bribie IslandDescriptionHoliday huts situated on Bribie Island ca. 1920. These huts were constructed on the foreshore of Pumicestone Passage in 1918 just after the war (WWI) by The Brisbane Tug & Steamship Company. The aim was to provide cheap holiday accommodation for visitors who did not wish to camp. In later years these 12 Apostles, as they became popularly known, were to provide more permanent accommodation to the island's pensioners.Dateca. 1920CollectorJohn Oxley Library, BrisbaneRecord typePhotographFormat typeDigitalOriginal format colourBlack and whiteNotesCopied by the John Oxley Library, Brisbane
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