Resume

An overview of Gary Miles Career including selected exhibitions, painting collections and media coverage

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Gary Miles

 

MILES ART STUDIOS

  • Old Telegraph Road West, Drouin West,
  • Victoria 3818.
  • Ph & Fax: (03) 56 268 355
  • Mob: 0407 443 606

 

Selected Group Exhibitions Hung:

“I’ve exhibited many more - but I consider these to be the most important during my career.”

  • 1969: Art School R.M.I.T. Gallery
  • 1974: Diamond Valley Art Awards
  • 1981: Leveson Street Gallery, Carlton, Melb
  • 1982: Albury Prize
  • 1982: Alice Prize (Highly Commended)
  • 1982: Mornington Rotary Exhibition
  • 1982: Queensland National Gallery, Trustees Exhibition
  • 1982: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition
  • 1982: West Gippsland Arts Center opening, Warragul, Victoria 1983: Mornington Gallery, Victoria
  • 1983: Tom Roberts Award, Victoria
  • 1983: St. Kilda Festival Award
  • 1983: St. Kevin’s College Exhibition, Melbourne, Victoria 1983: National Art Awards, Canberra
  • 1983: V.A.S. (Victorian Artists Society)
  • Lord Mayors Award Spring Exhibition V.A.S. Award Exhibition
  • 1983: Flinders Art Award
  • 1983: Gold Coast City Art Prize
  • 1983: Diamond Valley Art Award
  • 1983: Alice Prize
  • 1984: V.A.S. Autumn Award
  • 1984: Stanthorpe Art Gallery, Queensland 1984: Warrnambool Easter Exhibition 1984: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition 1984: Kuringal Art Society Exhibition 1984: Beaumaris Art Group Exhibition 1984: Gold Coast City Art Prize
  • 1984: Elizabeth Prize, South Australia
  • 1985: Victor Harbor Rotary Exhibition, South Australia
  • 1985: Benalla Regional Gallery, Rotary Exhibition
  • 1985: Berrima Art Society, New South Wales
  • 1985: Box Hill Prize, Victoria
  • 1985: V.A.S. Autumn Exhibition, Spring Award
  • 1985: Sherbrook Art Society Award
  • 1985: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition
  • 1985: Pioneer Purchase Art Award, Swan Hill Regional Gallery 1985: Gold Coast City Art Prize
  • 1985: A.P.M. Acquisitive Art Award, Broadford Vicoria
  • 1985: Alice Prize
  • 1986: V.T.U. Exhibition, World Trade Centre, Melbourne.
  • 1986: V.A.C. Autumn Exhibition
  • 1986: Cato Gallery, Special Exhibition, V.A.S.
  • 1986: Sherbrook Art Society Awards
  • 1986: St. Kevin’s College Exhibition, Melbourne
  • 1986: Kyabram Rotary Exhibition, Victoria
  • 1986: Pioneer Purchase Art Award, Swan Hill Regional
  • 1986: Castlemaine State Festival Drawing Prize
  • 1986: Gold Coast City Art Prize
  • 1987: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition
  • 1987: V.A.S. Autumn Exhibition
  • 1987: City of Malvern Art Prize, Victoria
  • 1987: V.A.S. Spring Exhibition
  • 1987: Gold Coast City Art Prize
  • 1987: Alice Prize, Alice Springs
  • 1988: V.A.S. BI-Centenary Exhibition, Victoria
  • 1988: V.A.S. Autumn Exhibition
  • 1988: V.A.S. Spring Exhibition
  • 1988: City of Malvern Art Prize
  • 1988: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition
  • 1988: Alice Prize, Alice Springs
  • 1989: Box Hill Invitation, Victoria
  • 1989: G.R.A.S.P. Exhibition Cowwarr, Victoria
  • 1989: V.A.S. Autumn Prize
  • 1989: V.A.S. Winter Prize
  • 1989: V.A.S. Spring Prize
  • 1989: “Image From Nature Exhibition” Mt Gambier. South Australia 1989: Alice Prize, Alice Springs
  • 1990: La Trobe Valley Regional Arts Center, Local Views Exhibition 1990: V.A.S. Autumn Exhibition
  • 1990: St. Kevin’s College Exhibition, Toorak, Victoria
  • 1990: G.R.A.S.P. Exhibition, Cowwarr, Victoria
  • 1990: Akoonah Park Gallery, Berwick, Victoria
  • 1991: Willamstown Art Prize, Victoria
  • 1991: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition
  • 1991: V.A.S. Signatory & Fellowship Exhibition
  • Autumn Exhibition Winter Exhibition Spring Exhibition
  • 1991: V.A.S. Artist of The Year Exhibition
  • 1991: St. Kevin’s College Exhibition, Toorak, Victoria
  • 1992: V.A.S. Autumn Exhibition
  • 1992. V.A.S. Winter Exhibition
  • 1992: V.A.S. Spring Exhibition
  • 1992: V.A.S, Artist Of The Year Exhibition
  • 1992: V.T.U. Exhibition Caufield Arts Complex, Victoria
  • 1992: St. Kevin’s College Exhibition, Toorak, Victoria
  • 1992: Warragul Rotary Exhibition- Feature Artist
  • 1992:WestGippslandArtsandCraftsAssociationExhibition,Warragul,Victoria 1992: Victorian Eye & Ear Hospital, Charity Exhibition, Melbourne, Australia 1993: Williamstown Art Prize, Victoria
  • 1993: St. Kevin’s College Exhibition, Toorak, Victoria
  • 1993: V.A.S. Signatory Exhibition, & Cato Gallery
  • 1993: “ Walk on the Wild Side” Exhibition – Kinglake Gallery Victoria
  • 1993: V.T.U. Exhibition, Caulfield Arts Complex, Victoria
  • 1993: Alice Prize- Invitation Alice Springs, Northern Territory
  • 1993: Stockyard Gallery Foster, Victoria “Response Exhibition”
  • 1993: Parramatta City Gallery Sydney, N.S.W.
  • 1994: “Response” Art Group- Latrobe Region – Morwell, Victoria
  • 1994: V.A.S. Autumn, Winter, Spring Exhibitions
  • 1994: V.A.S. Signatories and Fellows Exhibition
  • 1994: V.A.S. Artist of the Year Exhibition
  • 1994: Broken Hill Regional Selected “Outback Art Prize”
  • 1994: “Response” Art Group – Old Drouin Butter Factory
  • 1995: V.A.S. 1st Country Members Exhibition, Melbourne
  • 1995: St. Kevin’s College Exhibition – Melbourne
  • 1996: International Art Exhibition “Australian in London” –Mall Gallery’s London
  • 1996: V.A.S. Autumn Exhibition
  • 1996: Berwick Rotary Exhibition Victoria
  • 1997: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition Victoria
  • 1997: V.A.S. Undine Award Exhibition
  • 1997: West Gippsland Arts & Craft Association. Warragul Victoria
  • 1997: International Art Exhibition- Miromesnil Fine Art, Paris, France
  • 1997: Warragul Rotary Exhibition, Victoria
  • 1997: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition, Victoria
  • 1997: St. Kevins College Exhibition Melbourne
  • 1998: V.A.S. Undine Award
  • Melbourne Artist Award
  • Lord Mayors Award, Victoria
  • 1998: V.A.S. Finalist “Artists of the year Award”
  • 1999: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition Victoria
  • 1999: Traralgon Art Group Galleries, Victoria
  • 1999: V.A.S. ‘Cato Classics 99’ Exhibition
  • 1999: V.A.S. Deputy Lord Mayors Award
  • 1999: Warragul Rotary Exhibition
  • 2000: V.A.S. Rembrandt Artists Supply Award
  • 2000: Sydney Royal Art Society of NSW -Lavender Bay 2000: Warragul Rotary Exhibition
  • 2001: Victorian Artist Society “Undine Padoms Award”
  • 2001: City of Mooney Valley Rotary Exhibition 2001: VAS Country Members Exhibition
  • 2001: Hutchins Art Prize Hobart Tasmania
  • 2001: VAS Deputy Lord Mayors Award Exhibition 2001: VAS Artist of the Year Exhibition
  • 2002: VAS Winter Rembrandt Award
  • 2003: “Artist of the year” award – selected, VAS
  • 2003: Nillumbik Art Prize – Eltham Victoria
  • 2003: Mt. Waverly Art Prize
  • 2003: VAS Rembrandt Art Award
  • 2003: “Out on a Limb” Exhibition - The Nude. Serigraph Gallery Neerim South Victoria
  • 2003: Queens Hall Parliament House Victoria
  • 2004: Affordable Art Show – Exhibition Building - Melbourne Victoria
  • 2005: St Pauls Grammar School, “Ned Kelly Exhibition” – Warragul Victoria. 2005: “Undine Award” - VAS
  • 2006: Summer Landscapes Exhibition, Group Exhibition . Delshan Gallery Melbourne Victoria.
  • 2006: “Palettes Of Passion”, West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul. ( first Wild Dog Artists showing )
  • 2006: “ Bollard “ Post painting, exhibited International Garden show. Exhibition Buildings Melbourne.
  • 2006: V.A.S. Autumn Exhibition
  • 2006: Baw Baw Shire Acquistion Prize.
  • 2006: V.A.S. Winter Exhibition.
  • 2006: West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul. “Wild Dog Artists” Group Exhibition.
  • 2006: Gippslandartists.com Exhibition, Arc Gallery Yinnar, Victoria.
  • 2006: Warragul Rotary Exhibition.
  • 2006: Wild Dogs Down Under. (Art group, six artists) Meenyan Exhibition. 2007: Wild Dogs Down Under. Burrinja Arts Centre, Upwey Victoria.
  • 2007: Wild Dogs Down Under. Parliament House, Queens Hall Victoria. 2007: Wild Dogs Down Under. China. Jiujiang.
  • 2008: Wild Dogs Down Under. Gippsland Art Gallery. Sale Victoria.
  • 2008: Wild Dogs Down Under. Latrobe Regional Gallery. Morwell Victoria. 2008: Wild Dogs Down Under. West Gippsland Arts Centre. Warragul Victoria. 2008: V.A.S. Autumn Exhibition.
  • 2009: “Art Gippsland” Warragul, Victoria.
  • 2009 Trafalgar Rotary Exhibition, Victoria
  • 2009 V.A.S. Spring Exhibition.
  • 2010 Art Gippsland W.G.A.C. Warragul.
  • 2010 Trafalgar Exhibition, Victoria.
  • 2011 VAS Undine Padoms Award, Victoria
  • 2011 Quesnell, BC Canada ‘Paintings From Australia’
  • 2011 Warragul Technical School, Victoria ‘100 Year Centenary Exhibition’
  • 2011 Painted tutorial 2x2 hour sessions.  2 mixed media painting completed.
  • 2012 Winter Exhibition, Hawthorn Gallery.  9 paintings hung.
  • 2013 group exhibition with Graham Myrteza & Phil Henshall.  Tibooburra Corner Country.  WGAC.
  • 2014 Warrigul Rotary Art Gippsland Exhibition.
  • 2014 Group show landscape exhibition, Hawthorn Studio Gallery
  • 2015 Ficafolia Exhibition, Drouin.
  • 2015 Group landscape exhibition, Hawthorn Studio Gallery

Collections

  • Artbank, Commonwealth Government, Sydney, N.S.W
  • Menzies at Rialto Building, Collins Street. Melbounre, Victoria Macmillan Rural Studies (University of Melbourne), Warragul, Victoria Medibank Private, Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria
  • STM Business Partnership, Croydon, Victoria
  • F.H. Faulding & Co. LTD. Collection, Adelaide
  • Government House Victoria

Private Collections

  • Victoria
  • New South Wales
  • South Australia
  • Western Australia
  • Queensland
  • Northern Territory

Countries

  • England
  • Scotland
  • United States of America
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • Greece
  • Germany

Teaching & Judging

  • Victorian Artist in Schools Program:
  • 1993: Longwarry Primary State School – 6 Days
  • 1994: St. Josephs Primary School Boronia – 2 Days
  • Various Single Days – Local Schools Visit Studio
  • Various Exhibition Openings and Judging of Shows Conducted
  • 2004: Demonstration “Gippsland Field Days” Lardner Park Warragul Victoria 2005: Queensland University Toowoomba 2 weeks Tutoring .
  • 2005: St Pauls Grammar School, Warragul, “Ned Kelly Paintings”. 6 day duration
  • 2005: Demonstrated Gippsland Field Days, Lardner Park Warragul, Victoria. 2006: St Pauls Grammar School Warragul, “Portrait Painting”. 3 day duration. 2007: St.Pauls Grammar School Warragul, “ Ned Kelly Paintings, No.2, 6 day duration.
  • 2007: St.Pauls Grammar School Warragul, “ Ned Kelly Paintings, No.3, 6 day duration.
  • 2008: St.Pauls Grammar School Warragul, “ Ned Kelly Paintings, No.4, 3 day duration.
  • 2008: West Gippsland Regional Library Corporation “Living Book Programme”.
  • 2009: Demonstrated - One Day “Art Gippsland” Warragul Victoria. 2011: Appointed Sessional Teaching Associate Monash University, Melbourne.
  • 2015 Mclelland Gallery, painting demonstration, mixed media

Bibliography

  • 1989: Women’s Weekly – September Edition – “Going Places” 1990: Listed in “Artists in Australia” by Max Germaine
  • 1990: “The Melbournian” Vol. 3 No 10 Summer Edition
  • 1991: “Arts Gippsland” Winter Vol. No 1
  • 1992: “Australian Country Style” October November Issue
  • 1993: “Arts Gippsland” April & May Vol. No 2
  • 1995: 50 Australian Artists – Vol. 1 – Artists Ink
  • 1997: Feature Article “Australian Artist Magazine.” October November Issue No 161
  • 1998: November Edition – International Artist Magazine No 3
  • 1998: Artists Palette, Sydney
  • 2000: Australian Artist Magazine; ‘Portfolio’, September Edition, No. 195 2001: Australian Artist Magazine December Edition, No. 210
  • 2003: Australian Artist Magazine December Edition, No. 234
  • 2006: Zart Extra Magazine, Term 2 2006, Pages 3 to 5.
  • 2008: Gippsland Country Life. Issue 4 Spring.
  • 2009: Gippslsnd Country Life - Issue 6. Autumn.

Film

  • 1999: Titled; ‘MILES.’ A film by James Geurts – One hour documentary covering Lajamanu Series. Winner of several awards across Australia
  • 2005: Titled: “Gary Miles Ned Kelly Painting” - A Max Heywood film
  • 2009: Titled “Gary Miles Jindivick Blueberry Farm In Studio.” Six Minute. Beau Miles Film.
  • 2009 Gary Miles Painting in Southern France – filmed by Janis Palmer Pascoe, 40 minutes.

Special Showings & Commendations

  • Australia Day. West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul. 3 Paintings Hung main stage, 1990.
  • Baw Baw Shire, 2007, Christmas Cards x 1000 sendout. 3 images of “Wild Dog Paintings . “ Printed.
  • 2007: Recieved RAVE award (Arts Business Award) x six artists. Wild Dog Artist.
  • 2007: Baw Baw Business Excellence Awards. Wild Dogs Down Under won the Arts and Culture Industry Award.
  • 2008: Bradley Hall Drouin West. (Artist Night). Preview of “The Flying Cow Series”. The 10 paintings are taken from the book titled “ The Flying Cow From Jindivick “ a Childrens Book Written by Phillip Hunter.
  • 2008 West Gippsland Library – Living Book Interviews Programe.
  • 2010 Bradley Hall, shows a series of 10 paintings – for book “Christmas at Jindivick” a children’s book written by Phillip Hunter.
  • 2010 Australia Day celebrations W.G.A.C. – 2 paintings hung.

Public Group Exhibitions Prizes and Commendations

  • 1981: Warragul Rotary Exhibition (2nd Prize)
  • 1982: Alice Prize (Highly Commended)
  • 1983: Korumburra Rotary Exhibition (1st Prize Oil Painting)
  • 1983: Leongatha Rotary Exhibition (1st Prize Oil Painting)
  • 1983: Warragul Rotary Exhibition (1st Prize Oil Painting)
  • 1983: Mordiallic Rotary Exhibition (Highly Commended)
  • 1983: Camberwell Rotary Exhibition (Selected Final 6, Overseas Study Grant) 1983: Pakenham Arts Festival (2nd Prize Oil Painting)
  • 1983: Tallangattta Arts Festival (Highly Commended)
  • 1983: Clayton Arts Council ’83 (Highly Commended)
  • 1984: Victor Harbour S.A. Rotary (Purchasing Prize)
  • 1984: Pakenham Arts Festival (1st Prize Oil Painting)
  • 1984: Bendigo Rotary Exhibition (1st Prize Oil Painting)
  • 1984: Bacchus Marsh Rotary Exhibition (Highly Commended)
  • 1984: Mt. Waverly Art Show (Highly Commended)
  • 1984: Leongatha Rotary Exhibition (Highly Commended)
  • 1895: V.T.U. Exhibition, World Trade Center, Melbourne (Silver Medal)
  • 1985: Beaumaris Art Society (Highly Commended)
  • 1985: Warragul Rotary Ex (2nd Prize Oil Painting) (1st Prize Drawing)
  • (Highly Commended Sculpture)
  • 1986: V.T.U. Exhibition, World Trade Center, Melbourne (3rd Prize Painting) 1986: Berwick Rotary Exhibition (1st Prize Painting)
  • 1986: Croydon Rotary Exhibition (2nd Prize Oil painting) (Highly Commended Oils)
  • 1986: V.A.S. Spring Exhibition (Highly Commended)
  • 1986: Warragul Rotary Exhibition (2nd Prize Oil painting)
  • 1986: St. Margaret’s Girls School, Berwick Exhibition (Highly Commended) 1987: Korumbarra Rotary Exhibition (Highly Commended)
  • 1987: Traralgon Arts Festival (Highly Commended)
  • 1987: Pakenham Arts Festival (2nd Prize Oil painting)
  • 1987: Warragul Rotary Exhibition (1st Prize Oil Painting)
  • 1989: Warragul Rotary Exhibition (1st Prize Oil Painting)
  • 1990: Waverly Rotary Exhibition (Highly Commended Work on Paper)
  • 1991: Mount View Exhibition (Highly Commended Work on Paper)
  • 1991: Waverly Rotary Exhibition (Highly Commended Oils)
  • 1991: Warragul Rotary Exhibition (1st Prize Oils)
  • 1992: St. Kevin’s Colleage Exhibition (Commended Oils)
  • 1994: Drouin State School Exhibition (1st Prize Oils)
  • 1995: Drouin State School Exhibition (1st prize Mixed Media Award)
  • 1996: Traralgon Arts Festival (2nd Prize Mixed Media)
  • 1997: Drouin State School (1st Prize Oils, Highly Commended Work on Paper)
  • 1997: Bunyip Nursing Home Exhibition (1st Prize Oils)
  • 1998: Bunyip Nursing Home Exhibition (1st Prize Mixed Media)
  • 1999: Drouin State School Exhibition (1st Prize Oils)
  • 1999: Garfield Rotary Exhibition (1st Prize Mixed Media)
  • 2000: Drouin State School Exhibition (Highly Commended Oils)
  • 2000: Yarragon Tourism Exhibition (1st Prize Best Other Medium)
  • 2000: Bunyip Nursing Home Exhibition (1st Prize Oil Painting)
  • 2001: Warragul Rotary Exhibition (1st Prized Mixed Media)
  • 2002: Drouin State School Exhibition (1st Prize Oils – H/C Oils)
  • 2002: VAS Deputy Lord Mayors Award (Highly Commended)
  • 2003: VAS Autumn Exhibition (Highly Commended)
  • 2003: Warragul Rotary Exhibition (Highly Commended Oils)
  • 2003: Garfield Rotary Exhibition (Highly Commended Oils)
  • 2003: VAS Artist of the year (Highly Commended Oils) – Judge: Andrew McKenzie
  • 2004: Warragul Rotary exhibition – (Best Local Artist)
  • 2005: Warragul Rotary exhibition – (Contempory First Prize)
  • 2007: Trafalgar Regional Art Award (won Baw Baw Shire Resident Award) 2007: Baw Baw Shire Acquisition Award - Baw Baw Shire purchased painting “Sacred Ground”.
  • 2008: Trafalgar Rotary Exhibition. 1st Prize Oils.
  • 2009: Trafalgar Rotary Exhibition – won 2D contemporary section.
  • 2010: Trafalgar Rotary Exhibition – Oil Painting Highly Commended.
  • 2012: Berwick Artist Society, Art Fest 2012.  First prize best painting in show, mixed media
  • 2012: Berwick Artist Society, Art Fest 2012.  First prize seascape, mixed media
  • 2012:  Art Gippsland.  First prize best Gippsland artist, any medium
  • 2013:  Edrington Grand Art Exhibition Berwick.  Highly commended oil
  • 2013:  Drouin Ficafolia Exhibition.  Highly commended oils
  • 2013:  Art Gippsland.  First prize, best Gippsland artist, mixed media

One Man Exhibitions

  • 1967: Drouin Recreation Reserve, (Outdoor) Sponsored by Drouin Apex Club. Curated by Vin Bibby Apexian.
  • 1982:  - Jindivick Series, 360° series Studio Exhibition
  • 1982: West Gippsland Arts Centre, Jindivick Series, Warragul, Victoria
  • 1984: Victorian Artists Society galleries, Melbourne, Victoria Tilba Tilba
  • 1984: Victorian Artists Society galleries, Melbourne, Victoria Fitzroy Falls
  • 1984: Victorian Artists Society galleries, Melbourne, Victoria Crossover Series
  • 1985: Melaleuca Gallery, Anglesea, Victoria - Victor Harbour Series
  • 1986: Victorian Artists Society Galleries, Melbourne, Victoria - Crossover , Stephens Ck, Stolls Rd Series
  • 1987: Melaleuca Gallery, Anglesea, Victoria - Arkaroola Series
  • 1988: Melaleuca Gallery, Anglesea, Victoria - Coongie Lake Series. A Desert Trip with Sydney Artist Robert Wilson.
  • 1988: West Gippsland Arts Center, Warragul, Victoria - Gordon River Series
  • 1989: Victorian Artists Society Galleries, Melbourne, Victoria - Ayers Rock
  • 1990: J Jinks Gallery, Brighton, Victoria - Wilsons Promontory Series
  • 1991: Caufield Arts Complex (J Jinks Art) Melbourne, Victoria - Lake Eyre Series
  • 1992: Miller & Hart Fine Art Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia - Lake Eyre Series
  • 1992: Victorian Artists Society Galleries, Melbourne, Victoria - Gippsland Series
  • 1995: Studio Exhibition (North Queensland Exhibition) - North Queensland Series
  • 1996: Landmark Gallery, Cairns, North Queensland - North Queensland Series
  • 1998: Delshan Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria - Mount Pool Series
  • 2000: Delshan Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria - Lajamanu Series
  • 2003: Delshan Gallery Melbourne, Victoria - Murry River Series
  • 2005: Delshan Gallery Melbourne, Victoria - “Harry” Series - Toowoomba
  • 2006: Wild Dogs from Down Under, 5 canvas's, West Gippsland Arts Centre
  • 2008: Delshan Gallery Melbourne, Victoria - Winton Series- Western Queensland.
  • 2009: Bradley Hall Fine Art. Victoria. “Jindivick Blueberry Farm” - Series.
  • 2009: Moulin De Larroque – Cahors South France “Montferrand Du Perigord. Series”
  • 2010: Bradley Hall Fine Art, Victoria Australia “ Montferrand Du Perigord Series”
  • 2011: Hawthorn Studio Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria ‘French series Mont Ferrand Du Perigord series (18 oil, 13 mixed media works)
  • 2013: Hawthorn Studio Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria, Ned Kelly series
  • 2014: Hawthorn Studio Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria, Tibooburra series
  • 2015: Hawthorn Studio Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria, ITALIA: Venice-Rome-Calabria series

Galleries Showing Works:

  • Jacks Restaurant. Jacksons Track, Jindivick, Victoria.3818. Phone 0356285424.
  • Bradley Hall Fine Art Gallery. Old Telegraph Road West, Drouin West,3818. Vic. Phone 0356268355.
  • Hawthorn Studio Gallery, Burwood Road Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia.

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