Listen to memorable ad jingles and TV themes composed by Jack Grimsley in the 1960s and '70s.
These 24 glass slides set out Walter Scott Griffiths' alternative vision for the city of Canberra.
Celebrating the 40th birthday of the landmark children's TV magazine program.
'The Coathanger', as the bridge is affectionately known, opened on 19 March 1932 - 85 years ago.
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.
Crocodile Dundee remains the most commercially successful Australian film ever made, with Paul Hogan’s iconic Mick Dundee at the heart of the film.
The Lumière Collection includes some of the oldest footage in the NFSA collection: over 30 short films made in 1899.
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