Everyone entering Australia completes a passenger arrival card. This card was completed by singer Mick Jagger during the Australian leg of the Rolling Stones’ 1965 Far East Tour. The band performed 16 concerts in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne before flying to New Zealand for 10 shows. They re-entered Australia to continue the tour with a further seven concerts in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
This record can be viewed in the National Archives RecordSearch database.