The NFSA has a number of home movies of Gold Coast holidays. This clip from the 1970s is an excerpt from home movies shot by Eileen Smith.
Take a look at what makes Brisbane unique: from a house in a bridge pylon to Ekka and State of Origin memories.
Sunny, vibrant Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and Australia's third largest city.
See Sydney in all its shiny magnificence, from Australia's first recorded moving image filmed at Prince Alfred Park in 1896 to contemporary colour footage.
This clip from Australian Diary No.
A look at the Canberra Day parade 1978, shot by then CTC7 cameraman Neil Johnston. Cartoonist Larry Pickering was crowned King of Canberra that year, and dunked by Minister Ken Fry.
This lighthearted newsreel story tells of a police raid on a Gold Coast pyjama party in 1959.
This silent newsreel clip shows people sunbaking on the Gold Coast.
This Movietone News newsreel highlights the attractions of Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast in the early 1960s.
As seen in this Ten Townsville News report, the Floating Chapel was the first of its kind in the world, cost half a million to dollars to build and is based on a 17th century structure.