Take your front row seat for this collection which illuminates postwar Australia through glorious vintage fashion.
Welcome to the world of The Dressmaker, where the worlds of haute couture and the Australian outback collide.
The 1960s 'Life in Australia' series was designed to encourage new immigrants to come and live down under.
Is Canberra calling to you? And why is it hot in Brisbane but Coolangatta?
The NFSA has uncovered some hidden gems from Canberra's forgotten history in the holdings of the ACT's first commercial television station, CTC 7 (now 9).
Long before vinyl records, cassette tapes and compact discs, there were wax cylinders.
In the first half of the 20th century, music was commercialised on 78 rpm shellac discs which could hold a little over three minutes on each side.
A rare 100-year record of the birth and development of the national capital of Australia from its foundation in 1913 to its centenary celebrations.
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