Australian Diary 77: New Australians Live in Unusual Home is a short program from the Film Australia Library.
Here is National Nine News coverage of the West Gate Bridge disaster on 15 October 1970 in Melbourne, with voice-over from reporter John Bailey.
Take a look at what makes Brisbane unique: from a house in a bridge pylon to Ekka and State of Origin memories.
Fifty years ago, on 15 October 1970, Australia's worst-ever industrial accident occurred when the West Gate Bridge collapsed into the Yarra River in Melbourne, killing 35 people.
Seven Network news coverage of the West Gate Bridge disaster on 15 October 1970.
A point-of-view shot of a tram crossing Princes Bridge towards the city shows Flinders Street Station on the left of the frame, and St Paul’s Cathedral on the right.
This slide shows a plan and two section drawings of the main avenue bridge crossing over the Central and Western Basins and the depth of lake under the bridge.
The Premier of NSW, Jack Lang, and a large party of officials, walk towards the ribbon at the approach to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
From an elevated position, the camera pans over the gathered crowds in attendance for the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge celebrations.
This clip begins with a panoramic view from the Morehouse Tower of St Paul’s Cathedral looking south over the Yarra River to the Botanical Gardens and the War Memorial.