Anzac Biscuit recipe: Maggie Beer pays tribute to the perfect humble Anzac Day biscuit | Herald Sun

Anzac Biscuit recipe: Maggie Beer pays tribute to the perfect humble Anzac Day…

SIR DONALD BRADMAN ~ R.I.P ~ (27 August 1908 – 25 February 2001) was an Australian cricketer, widely acknowledged as the greatest Test batsman of all time. Bradman's career Test batting average of 99.94 is often cited as the greatest achievement by any sportsman in any major sport.

Sir Donald Bradman - Australian cricketer, had a lifetime test average of runs, considered by many to be the greatest player of the century

MAGGIE TABBERER probably Australia's greatest model. Photo by HELMUT NEWTON Spring 1960. On a balcony overlooking Melbourne Town Hall, Maggie wears a distinctive cut tunic dress by Park Avenue. From In Vogue Australia. (minkshmink)

MAGGIE TABBERER probably Australia's greatest model. Photo by HELMUT NEWTON Spring On a balcony overlooking Melbourne Town Hall, Maggie wears a distinctive cut tunic dress by Park Avenue. From In Vogue Australia.

Joan Lindsay Australian author of Picnic At Hanging Rock

SPOTLIGHT: Josephine Pennicott talks inspiration & influences on her writing

Edith Cowan 1861-1932) from Western Australia was the first woman elected to any Australian Parliament. She was elected to the WA Legislative Assembly in 1921.

Edith Cowan was elected to the Western Australian Legislative Assembly in 1921 and was the first woman elected to any Australian Parliament (though women in Australia had already had the vote for two decades).

'I'm no different from everybody else': Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop poses wearing Giorgio Armani and Balenciaga in a portrait for Vogue Australia

Julie Bishop admits that sometimes, she just wants a hug

Australia's first female foreign minister, Julie Bishop, talks about her career highs and the challenges she faces, fashion and needing emotional support with Vogue Australia.

Dr Beryl Nashar, the first female Dean of Science in Australia. | 22 Australian Women Who Will Inspire The Hell Out Of You

22 Australian Women Who Will Inspire The Hell Out Of You

Dr Beryl Nashar, 1955 / by unknown photographer. Dr Beryl Nashar ), a geologist, was the first female Dean of Science at an Australian university. of NSW collection.

Charmian Clift (30 August 1923 – 8 July 1969) was an Australian writer and essayist. Clift has a special place in Australian letters and it’s always interesting to read her work. She was not a poet, but she was Australia's Sylvia Plath, remembered now as much for her tragic suicide as for her writing. She was also Australia's Ingrid Bergman, who scandalised her conservative times by having an affair with a married man.

An essay by Charmian Clift

Charmian Clift (30 August 1923 – 8 July 1969) was an Australian writer and essayist. Clift has a special place in Australian letters and it’s always interesting to read her work. She was not a poet, but she was Australia's Sylvia Plath, remembered now as much for her tragic suicide as for her writing. She was also Australia's Ingrid Bergman, who scandalised her conservative times by having an affair with a married man.

A young Edna Walling

Edna Walling – was one of Australia's most influential landscape designers. Walling designed over 300 gardens between 1920 and 1960 and wrote several books on landscape design.

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