Muriel's Wedding is 25! To celebrate, we're sharing rare videos, costumes, oral histories, posters and more.
It's that time of the year when Santa Claus hits the surf and Rudolph's nose gets shinier in the Aussie summer heat.
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance have been added to Sounds of Australia for 2019.
'The Coathanger', as the bridge is affectionately known, opened on 19 March 1932 - 85 years ago.
This collection of Cadbury advertisements provides a wonderful snapshot of the changing attitudes towards dating, romance and fun in Australia from the 1950s to the 1970s.
Ronald Ryan was the last man hanged in Australia, 50 years ago on 3 February 1967.
Is Canberra calling to you? And why is it hot in Brisbane but Coolangatta?
This diverse collection spans 100 years and shows the relationship between Australia's growing population and evolving public transport systems.
From 7 October 1974, Australians began to see colour test patterns being broadcast on their televisions.
See Sydney in all its shiny magnificence: the harbour and its world-famous bridge, the Opera House, the Rocks, Paddy's Markets, ferries, beaches, traffic, trains, sport, song and suburbia.
A tribute to Australian radio and television personality Binny Lum, thanks to the generous donation of more than 100 sound recordings to the NFSA by her daughter, Sharon Terry.
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