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.
In this clip from the 1947 film Heir to the Throne, Princess Elizabeth made her most famous pledge, which still rings true today: ‘I declare before you all that my whole life whether it be
Short film showing the opening ceremony for University House, at the Australian National University in Canberra, on 16 February 1954.
A newsreel item from 1965 about His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, opening the new Royal Australian Mint in Canberra accompanied by then Treasurer, Harold Holt.
To mark the passing of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, the NFSA shares newly digitised footage of Prince Philip in Australia.
Audio recording of a television broadcast of Meet Prince Philip, produced by the Nine Network's Meet the Press team, chaired by David McNicoll.
Sir Robert Menzies' home movie collection includes this footage of the Royal tour in 1954.
Close-up shot of Princess Diana in Australia for Bicentennial celebrations in 1988. Prime Minister Bob Hawke can be seen in the background.
In February 1963, Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh returned to Australia for the Jubilee Year of Canberra.