The BBQ brings Australians together for conversation, food and fun. Check out our BBQ collection.
Including 1970s Kit-e-Kat TV ads, a four-eared cat and an award-winning short film narrated by Nick Cave.
From surf carnivals to family holidays by the sea, Australians love spending time at the beach.
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.
Here are 25 of the Sounds of Australia: recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance and relevance.
Many high-profile television journalists have contributed to the NFSA's Oral History program.
There are many film and sound titles relating to Brisbane in the NFSA collection. See historic footage, sound, newsreels and home movies dating from 1889 to 1994.
Women played an important professional role during Australia’s early years of radio broadcasting.
Go!! helped launch the 0-10 television network in 1964 and was ‘Australia’s swingin’est teenage show’.
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.
In addition to preserving Australia’s filmmaking past and present, the NFSA also recognises the importance of learning from filmmakers themselves.
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