Read about the secret history of Australian censorship in our new blog.
Try our new PhotoSearch – browse, discover, map, and share
On our new 'arcHive' website, you can help us to list some of our records that aren't listed online yet. As a bonus, earn points towards Archives publications and copies of Archives files for your research.
The Montevideo Maru was sunk in July 1942. Search the list of those on board, view service records, add your own images and stories.
Destination: Australia features more than 20,000 photographs of migrants who arrived in Australia from all over the world after World War II. You, or someone you know, could be among them. Share your migration story.
Mildenhall’s Canberra: Can you recognise early Canberra in these photographs? Upload your own rephotograph, pinpoint locations and add comments.
Mapping our Anzacs enables you to locate a World War I service person, see their service record, add to the scrapbook or build a tribute.
Faces of Australia includes 227 images chosen from around three million images in the National Archives' collection. Browse the photographs online and help us identify the people, places and dates when they were taken. You can also share a memory and order copies of the photos.
Vrroom: Students and teachers can easily access archival records related to Australian History, Civics and Citizenship and more.
Explore the life and times of Australia's Prime Ministers.
The Constitution Day blog features articles on the Constitution by leading Australians. Read their views, and have your say!
Uncommon Lives: A series on famous and not so famous Australians, revealed in records held by the National Archives.
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