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Celebrating 50 years since the popular music show began on 24 April 1971.
From Bondi Beach to Parliament, take a look at rare footage of the Royal Family in Australia.
What did Australians watch at their local cinema during the First World War?
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance have been added to Sounds of Australia for 2019.
Archie Roach's powerful songs tell his story of heartbreaking loss, love and healing through music.
Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter were partners in life and music for more than 35 years before Ruby's death in 2010.
Jack Grimsley is responsible for some of the most recognisable Australian music of the 1960s and '70s.
Australian filmmakers have produced their fair share of movies featuring zombies, vampires and ghosts – as well as marsupial werewolves, mutant pigs and murderous crocodiles.
These 24 glass slides show detailed plans of an alternative design for the city of Canberra.
Forty years after Simon Townsend's Wonder World! first went to air on 3 September 1979, we celebrate this landmark children's TV program.
There are over 1,000 Australian animated short films in the NFSA collection, with the earliest here dating back to the 1920s.
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