Aboriginal Australians have a long rich history of art, music, and hundreds of distinct languages or dialects.

Aboriginal Images ~ A Cultural Lesson Plan Years Summary of lesson plan: Students will analyse an Aboriginal Image. They will use their detective skills to work out what is happening

In Sydney, Australia, a cameraman filmed a man celebrating Japan's surrender. The clip and its stills have taken on iconic status in Australian history and culture, and symbolize victory in the war. http://www.faith-theology.com/2010_06_01_archive.html

In Sydney, Australia, a cameraman filmed a man celebrating Japan's surrender. The clip and its stills have taken on iconic status in Australian history and culture, and symbolize victory in the war.

Bruno Benini’s partnership with Hazel Benini, a New Zealand born stylist, shaped up to be one of the most influential relationships in the history of Australian fashion...this gorgeous iconic 60s fashion shot was taken in 1966...

Jan Stewart wears Mondrian inspired Simona mini dress for Sportsgirl by Bruno Benini - 1966

In 1907, a scandal erupted when Australian swimmer, Annette Kellerman, the first woman to swim across the English Channel, was arrested in Boston for wearing a more form-fitting, one-piece suit.

How Bathing Suits Went From Two-pieces to Long Gowns and Back

Annette Kellerman promoted women's right to wear a fitted one-piece bathing suit, She was arrested for indecency. - No wonder she wanted to wear that bathing suit - what a figure!

•♥•✿ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃•Aussiegirl. Hundreds of huts scattered across the Australian Alps are living history and essential shelter for alpine adventurers.

Pretty Plain Hut, Snowy Mountains Gallery: Huts in the Australian Alps - Australian Geographic

Australian fashion history Racegoers at Randwick Raceourse on Melbourne Cup Day (ca. 1965). It was an era of colourful but conservative fashion in Australia. British model Jean Shrimpton caused quite a stir in the same year when she turned up at Flemington racecourse with a skirt 7.5cm above the knee.  Photo Credit: David Moore/State Library of NSW

Racegoers at Randwick Raceourse on Melbourne Cup Day, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, photograph by David Moore. From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales.

A Short History of Australia

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Russell Drysdale, man feeding his dogs 1941 - a pretty important painting in Australian art history

Russell Drysdale, man feeding his dogs 1941 - a pretty important painting in Australian art history

History images from Australia's Living Archive (National Film & Sound Archive)

Australian Screen Education collection is designed to help teachers and students make the most of moving image resources. Access images from collections such as, History, Identity and culture, Indigenous Australia, Values and citizenship and Society.

Southern Cross windmill in country Queensland  Photographer: R. E. Collett  Description: In 1876 Griffiths Bros. & Co were credited with making the first windmills in Australia. They named them the 'Griffith Mills' and built them at their Toowoomba, Queensland, factory. In 1903 the factory sold its first commercial windmill under the trade name 'Southern Cross'. The Southern Cross became the most popular windmill in Australian history and are still being manufactured to this day.

Southern Cross windmill in country Queensland Photographer: R. E. Collett Description: In 1876 Griffiths Bros. & Co were credited with making the first windmills in Australia. They named them the 'Griffith Mills' and built them at their Toowoomba, Queensland, factory. In 1903 the factory sold its first commercial windmill under the trade name 'Southern Cross'. The Southern Cross became the most popular windmill in Australian history and are still being manufactured to this day.

The exciting story of Matthew Flinders the man who named Australia and the first to chart its coastline.    Matthew Flinders is a towering figure in Australian history the first to chart our coastline and the leading champion for naming the country Australia. In 1801 he was made commander of the expedition of his life the first close circumnavigation of Terra Australis.

Flinders: The Man Who Mapped Australia : Hardback : Rob Mundle : 9780733628504

Australian History and Explorers: Bass and Flinders

Australian History and Explorers: Bass and Flinders

Rabbit proof fence >Australian history dramatized into more girl power! Plus Peter Gabriel doing some haunting, ethereal music on top...wonderful

Rabbit Proof Fence with Everlyn Sampi, Tianna Sansbury and Laura Monagan.must watch doc at end of movie.

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