Mary Kathleen was once a bustling mining centre in north-western Queensland, Australia. It has since been abandoned and demolished.
Yerranderie in New South Wales, Australia was once a bustling mining town however it was abandoned in the 1920s when the industry collapsed.
Port Arthur had a reputation as an inescapable prison but it gained further fame as the site of Australia’s worst post-war massacre in 1996.
Rozelle Tram Depot was built in 1904 but abandoned in 1958 as the Sydney Tram Lines began to close. It has since been redeveloped.
The village of Kelso in southern New Zealand was prone to flooding and the entire population was eventually moved elsewhere in 1980.