Australia's Federation - Behind the News
You probably know that Aussie states have their own laws and their own leaders but have you ever wondered why that is? It all goes back to a time when the st...
Map of Indigenous Australia
Move your cursor over any area of the map to reveal the 'magnifying glass' circle. Scroll your mouse wheel to zoom in or out within the magnifying circle. On touch screens, tap once on the screen to show the magnifying circle. Then, keep your finger on the screen and move the circle around to show the zoomed in map. Purchase your map from our online store David R Horton (creator), © Aboriginal Studies Press, AIATSIS, and Auslig/Sinclair, Knight, Merz, 1996. No reproduction without…
The film, The Apology produced by Indigenous Film Services begins two days before the historic event on 13 February 2008 as people began to gather in Canberr...
International Women's Day
The 8th of March is International Women's Day. It's a cause for celebration but also a time to remember how hard things were for women in the past. Especially in the workplace.
Explore our Defining Moments in Australian History timeline, extended content on more than 150 key events in Australian history and classroom resources including videos and audio. Suggest your own moment.
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We recommend that educators preview these materials before showing them to students and take some time to prepare for managing related discussion. The “Women’s Timeline” was created by AWAVA to celebrate the Centenary of International Women’s Day in 2011. Funding for … Continue reading →
To visit Queensland Museum, you must book a free timed ticket. Sessions are limited. Bookings are essential. Queensland Museum is part of Brisbane's vibrant cultural precinct and connects visitors to Queensland, its people and its place in the world through a changing program of exhibitions and events.