Newcastle Travel Print (Bogey Hole)
The famous Bogey Hole in Newcastle was cut into ocean rocks by convict labour in 1819 by order of Commandant Morisset for his own personal use. It was known, originally as the Commandants Baths. The name Bogey Hole was applied afterwards and comes from the Indigenous word meaning to bathe.
Our Illustrated Travel Prints are giclée-printed on thick, durable matte, acid-free paper and carefully packaged and delivered to your door.
Available in the following sizes:
21 x 30 cm
30 x 40 cm
50 x 70 cm
61 x 91 cm
70 x 100 cm
Our prints are made to order so please allow 3-5 days for production and packaging prior to shipping.
Please note this product is a print only. Frame is not included. Our prints fit standard sized frames.
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