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Quantas Empire Airways

Out of a great past, a greater future: Qantas Empire Airways, the big name in empire aviation created by Rhys Williams as a color lithograph at x cm. Travel poster for Qantas Empire Airways

Australian Flag

The Australian Flag with the Union Jack of the left & the Stars of the Southern Cross

Vibrant Watercolour Poster with humourous text about being Australian

Yup, this is going straight to the pool room. Vibrant Watercolour Poster with humorous text about being Australian

Ma & Pa Kettle!  Gold, great acting and just plain old fashioned fun.  As a kid even though I was born in the 60's would bust my neck to stay home to watch these movies if I spotted them on  the TV guide.  I am pretty sure my mum worked it out.  Me laying back on our faux green velvet couch with fresh white bread "Vegemite" sandwiches with the crust cut off and flat lemonade.  I was in heaven.

Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm (1951)

Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm - Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride and Richard Long

Arnott’s Australian Food Disitributor ensures Tim Tams are free from child labour. YAY!

Tim Tam biscuits (aka cookies), they're Australian and I dare you to try stopping at one !

Violet Crumble candy bars. My relatives would send us them from Australia along with Vegemite and canned passion fruit!

Violet Crumble was one of the key products made by Hoadley's. I loved Tex bars and Polly Waffles. I don't remember Clancy Bars. Love someone to re-make these retro chocolate bars using original recipes! Any billionaires out there interested?

This is hilarious, apart from spuds no vegetables to be seen. National Library of Australia adult migrant education posters 1949 - 1956

Thankfully the migrants for whom these posters were designed broadened our diet and food preparation methods - Australian Outline posters produced by the Commonwealth Office of Education between 1949 and 1956 for the purpose of adult migrant education.

The Australian Army

The Australian Defence Force is helping to create a self power-generating device to assist soldiers in the field.


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