Aussie beach culture - Holden Sandman

Not a panel van but the Holden Sandman is back! Holden Sandman returns in 2015 - no panel van, but the Sandman is back in ute and Sportwagon form.Holden has

On a walkabout in Australia in 1977, the year of her Silver Jubilee, the Queen wears a fashionable cream cape over her pleated skirt suit. The slit sleeves allow room for manoeuvre — all her jackets are specially cut to allow her to wave at well-wishers without creasing the outfit

FEMAIL look back at some of the Queen's most iconic outfits

On a walkabout in Australia in the year of her Silver Jubilee, the Queen wears a fas.

black-australia:  An iconic image showing Aboriginal rights activist, Gary Foley with a placard reading, “Pardon me for being born into a nation of racists”.

An iconic image showing Aboriginal rights activist, Gary Foley with a placard reading, “Pardon me for being born into a nation of racists”. It was part of a protest against the South African Springboks rugby tour of Australia in 1971 during apartheid.

Signs outside Tent Embassy in 1974

The history of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy

The Aboriginal Tent Embassy was founded on Australia Day in 1972 to protest the decision by the McMahon Liberal government to reject a proposal for Aboriginal Land rights.

A large group of people, mostly sitting, in front of a tent. In the middle of the image Alan Sharpley stands holding a sign with black lettering on a white background: We want land rights not handouts. A flag flies from the front of the tent and the Australian War Memorial can be seen far in the background.

Quiz Card notes for TALK ABOUT RIGHTS unit Alan Sharpley with placard, Bob Perry in a Ningla-a-Na T-shirt and John Newfong with hands on hips at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra

The Globalisation of Australian Surf Culture : Week Two: Ideoscapes. Local Arts to Global Charts

Brotherhood of Eternal Love, Canyon Acres, Laguna Canyon (David Nuuhiwa and John Gail), 1971 by Jeff Divine

The almost completed Opera House in foreground surrounded by cranes, with Harbour Bridge in background.

jonasgrossmann: “ sydney opera house under construction, jørn utzen, 1966 @ nma ”

Black power has hit white Australia. Gary Foley, 21-year-old ‘field marshal' of the Australian Black Panther Party, says his group is training aboriginals in ‘urban guerrilla tactics and the use of explosives.' Members of the aboriginal black power group, one showing clenched fist, are shown in recent photo.

Black power has hit white Australia. Gary Foley, 21-year-old ‘field marshal' of the Australian Black Panther Party, says his group is training aboriginals in ‘urban guerrilla tactics and the use of explosives.' Members of the aboriginal black power group, one showing clenched fist, are shown in recent photo.

Outside photo of young man with folded hands talking to a smiling Prime Minister Chifley. Calwell stands to one side.

Outside photo of young man with folded hands talking to a smiling Prime Minister Chifley. Calwell stands to one side.

Australia  Stamp sc# 349, Vll British Commonwealth Games Perth,5c, World Stamp

Australia Stamp sc# Vll British Commonwealth Games World Stamp

Surf culture in the 60's - ThingLink

Surf culture in the by Ashlee Kay

Teenager Weekly 22 August 1962

John Knobel standing second on left, arms crossed, in original clipping from Teenagers’ Weekly supplement in Australian Woman’s Weekly 22 August private collection [although this image can also be sourced online here]

The seven people named stand in front of a wood-panelled wall in what looks like Old Parliament House.

Righting wrongs in the 1967 referendum - History The referendum on 27 May 1967 marked a significant step for Indigenous rights in this country.

Featured Stories - Destination: Australia - Sharing our post war migrant stories

Featured Stories – Destination: Australia - Sharing our post war migrant stories

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