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Cypress gardens was a leading holiday resort of its time. Bert and Flo Foster formed their ideas regarding its creation after a trip to the USA. It remained a popular holiday motel, boatel and reception place till it was demolished in the early 2000's
Collection of B and W and coloured photographs mounted on pages of a large metal spiral bound album. Original plastic overlays of each page have been removed. A number of photos are loose in the album.
photo album, Descriptions of some photos are typed and included on most pages
aqua sport, recreation, holiday resort
Cypress Gardens was built by Bert and Flo Foster to encourage holiday makers to visit Yarrawonga Mulwala and enjoy aquatic pursuits. Boats were accommodated. Built in the 1950’s and opened 19th December 1959, demolished around 2000, land sold and luxury homes were built along the lakeside.
Four fold coloured ( red, black, blue, yellow) brochure, printed on both sides featuring black and white photos. Taken around about and inside resort buildings.
tourism, advertising, aquatic sports
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