Antarctica: mapping the last continent
A new exhibition of historic charts at the State Library of NSW revisits how explorers put Antarctica on the map.
On this day: Australia's biggest prison breakout
On 5 August 1944, more than 500 Japanese Prisoners of War launched a violent breakout in Cowra, NSW.
On this day in history: Australia's first stamp released...
Nearly a century ago, the first stamp in Australia was released.
History of Australia: A nation in the making
The Tyrrell Collection of images showcases the history of Australia and the maturing of a nation.
The Australian gold rush - australia.gov.au
History of Indigenous Australians - Wikipedia, the free...
Images of Australia: early 1900s
The strength and spirit of NSW country life at the turn of the 20th century come into focus in a new exhibition.
Bombing of Darwin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On this day in history
Over 200 years ago on this day, William Buckley's unlikely emergence spawned the phrase: 'Buckley's chance'.
On their own - Britains child migrants
On this day: Death of the last Tasmanian tiger
Seventy-four years ago today the last thylacine died in Hobart Zoo.
On this day in history: Australia's biggest gold robbery...
WWII bomb crater found in Darwin
A bomb crater has been uncovered in Darwin's city centre by a roadworks crew.
Aboriginal massacre site commemorated
BBC - History - British History in depth: Captain Cook:...
BBC - History - World Wars: Japan's Quest for Empire
The Dreaming - Aboriginal Nations Australia
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