Since her very first visit to Australia in 1954 to her last in 2011, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, has captivated crowds across our nation.
The Royal Family have captured the hearts of Australians since the Duke and Duchess of York landed on our shores in 1927.
These iconic images of Bicentenary celebrations and protests on Sydney Harbour beautifully evoke memories of the day, including the tall ships and pleasure craft dotting the harbour and shores and
'What a dream she looks ...
From the sublime to the ridiculous – take a look at Jeanne Little's televisual curated collection of merchandise commemorating the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer.
Anzac Cove on the Gallipoli Peninsula has become a place of pilgrimage for many Australians.
In this extended report from WIN Television in Wollongong, Prince Charles and Princess Diana are seen attending the opening of the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre in 1988.
This image captures one of the most disastrous, yet charming, moments in the history of Australian television.
A 17-year-old Prince Charles arrives in Sydney in 1966, greeted by the governor-general and Prime Minister Holt, ahead of a two-term stint at Timbertop, a remote school in central Victoria.
Join us as we revisit a few memorable collection moments to celebrate our connection with the Royal Family and their weddings.