A collection celebrating Australia's rich history of circus and carnival performers.
Infamous Australian crimes from the 20th century and how they were investigated by police and reported in the media.
Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits explores striking portraits from 100 years of Australian movies.
Australians responded to the declaration of war in August 1914 with enthusiasm.
What did Australians watch at their local cinema during the First World War?
Everybody had to start somewhere.
In the 1960s, the Australian government created Life in Australia as a marketing tool to sell potential 'New Australians' from Europe the idea of a prosperous, happy life down under.
Thousands of songs were written about the First World War. Many were destined to disappear before or soon after the cessation of hostilities but others became big hits at the time.
This collection includes images of Anzac troops in Egypt and Gallipoli, some beautiful hand-tinted glass slides and a couple of popular songs from the First World War era.
Harry Julius' cartoons often commented on the events of the First World War and served as propaganda for the Allied war effort.
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