Fanny Cochrane Smith – was a Tasmanian Aboriginal, born in December She is considered to be the last fluent speaker of a Tasmanian language, and her wax cylinder recordings of songs are the only audio recordings of any of Tasmania's indigenous languages.
Government residence, Melbourne 1837, Joseph Panton, 1880. (The house of William Lonsdale, the district's first police magistrate, is depicted in this painting. The tall figure to the left is William Buckley, who lived with Aboriginal people for over 30 years. The woman in the foreground feeding chickens is Lonsdale's wife, Martha).
The statue of Burke and Wills was originally placed at the intersection of Collins and Russell Streets Melbourne in The statue is now located at CITY SQUARE, south-east corner of Swanston and Collins Streets.