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Australian Special Forces soldier Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith receiving his Victoria Cross / THIS is a real Hero . not sports people and 'celebrities'! / Our "Big Ben" Military Special Forces, Military Police, Military Service, Military Personnel, Military Uniforms, Australian Special Forces, Special Air Service, Australian Defence Force, Anzac Day

3VC recipients at The memorial for the fallen at the SASR

Mid Caption: An Investiture Ceremony was held at Campbell Barracks, Swanbourne, to award a Victoria Cross for Australia to Corporal Benjamin Roberts-Smith VC, MG on the 23rd of January 2011. Corpor…

Out of respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, I acknowledge that this pin contains an image of the deceased Artist. Albert Namatjira, famous Indigenous watercolour artist at home in outback Australia. Aboriginal Art For Kids, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Artwork, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Education, Outback Australia, Indigenous Art

On this day in history: Albert Namatjira was born

After taking up painting aged 33, pioneering artist Albert Namatjira shaped indigenous Australian art forever.

Rod Taylor Australian stage and screen actor, and handsome leading man, educated in Sydney, but resided and worked in Hollywood from When I was a young girl I thought he was really good looking! Hollywood Glamour, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood, Australian Actors, Australian People, Star Wars, Celebs, Celebrities

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Named Australian of the Century - As a gifted surgeon, respected humanitarian and skilled campaigner, Dr Victor Chang was a pioneer of the modern era of heart transplantation. He was murdered in 1991 as he drove to work. Special People, Good People, St Vincent Hospital, University Of Sydney, Moving To Australia, Stamp Collecting, Postage Stamps, Famous People, Growing Up

Australia Stamp 2012 - As a gifted surgeon, respected humanitarian and skilled campaigner, Dr Victor Chang was a pioneer of the modern era of heart transplantation. He was murdered in 1991 as he drove to work and in 2000 Dr Victor Chang was named Australian of the Century by the people of Australia.

Goolagong at Wimbledon - why do people seem not to remember this wonderful woman and tennis player, she was fab! Tennis Rules, Tennis Gear, Sport Tennis, Play Tennis, Tennis Tips, Tennis Serve, Tennis Online, Tennis Photos, Tennis Legends

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“Margaret Court - lost the Wimbledon singles final to star 🌟 Evonne Goolagong Cawley, who went on to win Grand Slam' titles 👏🏽 🎾 Fantastic! Well Done Evonne 😊” Tennis Rules, Tennis Tips, Australian People, Australian Open, How To Play Tennis, Tennis Online, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal History, Tennis Party

Evonne Goolagong 1971 Evonne Goolagong Cawley AO MBE (born 31 July 1951) is an Australian former World No. 1 female tennis player. She was one of the world's leading players in the 1970s and early 1980s, when she won 14 Grand Slam titles: seven in singles (four Australian Open, two Wimbledon and one French Open), six in women's doubles, and one in mixed doubles.

Royal Flying Doctor Service, Australia / Doctor treating an injured stockman, outback 1971 / Image courtesy of National Archives of Australia: Australia Country, Australia Living, Australia Travel, Western Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Brisbane Queensland, Rock Pools, National Archives, Cool Countries

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Harold Holt with his stepdaughters-in-law in He was the local member for Malvern and Prime Minister of Australia from A keen diver and spear fisherman, he disappeared in rough seas off Cheviot Beach, Victoria on 17 December His body was never found. White Ford Explorer, Australian Photography, Australian Curriculum, Twin Boys, Old Photos, Melbourne, Mystery, Victoria, Black And White

Harold Holt

Harold Holt (1908-1967), pictured above with his stepdaughters-in-law in 1967, was the local member for Malvern and Prime Minister of Australia from 1966. A keen diver and spear fisherman, he disappeared in rough seas off Cheviot Beach, Victoria on 17 December 1967. His body was never found. At the time of Harold Holt's disappearance, Malvern Council had been constructing a swimming complex in the suburb of Glen Iris, the complex to be called the City of Malvern Olympic Centre. In 1969 with…

In December of Prime Minister Harold Holt went for a swim off the coast of Portsea, Victoria on a windy but clear day. Almost instantly he vanished and was simply never seen or heard from again. I was at Sorrento beach that day, helicopters everywhere Alien Implants, Australian Politics, People Of Interest, Head Of State, Best Selling Books, Prime Minister, Western Australia, The Guardian, Aussies

Harold Holt exiting the water at Portsea, Australian Prime Minister who would disappear at sea and never be found.

Charles Kingsford Smith makes the first flight across the Pacific. Australia Flights, Australian Photography, Aboriginal History, Melbourne Suburbs, England Australia, Aircraft Photos, Nose Art, Old Movies, The Good Old Days

Fifty Australians - Smithy

The crew that crossed the Pacific in 1928 for the first time; (left to right)…