Whether you're a dog person or a cat person (or maybe you love them both – like we do at the NFSA), we've got you covered with these vintage collections.
Children with their dogs gather outside the Orpheum Theatre in North Sydney and the nearby Cremorne Orpheum on Military Road, Cremorne in Sydney.
This short film narrated by David Gulpilil documents the production of a bark painting by the highly acclaimed artist Djiwul (Jack) Wunuwun in his homeland community of Gamedi near Maningrida in Ar
The role of Kaye Hall in Stephan Elliott’s 2017 Australian film Swinging Safari is a big departure from Kylie’s other acting roles.
Ludo Studio's Emmy award-winning children's animated television series Bluey prominently features Brisbane as its setting.
From pampered pooches on parade to clever canines performing tricks, these furry friends know how to entertain.
Tiny the Terrier, a clever canine from Taree, fetches the mail directly from the local postie on the footpath and delivers it straight to his elderly owner.
The 1936 NSW Police Carnival, featuring a parade with the 'boys in blue' and stunts involving dogs, horses and a motorcycle chariot race, Ben-Hur style, which needs to be seen to be believed!
On 10 April 1986, Simon's beloved pet and the mascot of Simon Townsend's Wonder World! – Woodrow the Bloodhound – passed away.
In 1977, Simon Townsend made a new pilot for the current affairs-style children's program that he had been trying to get on the air for a few years.