Upcoming events

The National Archives has a program of events in Canberra and around the country, including public talks, research workshops and conferences. Browse papers and podcasts from past events.

Events at the National Archives of Australia may be photographed and recorded. Please inform the photographer if you do not want your photograph taken.

Carnarvon, kangaroos and the moon landing

Thursday 29 August, 10:30am | Perth

Carnarvon tracking station, WA, 1965.
NAA: A1200, L51472

Join us for a discussion about the role of the Carnarvon space tracking station in Apollo 11's moon landing and other NASA space missions in the 1960s and 1970s.

National Archives of Australia
Ground floor, William Square
45 Francis Street
Northbridge WA 6003

Free, bookings essential – email events@naa.gov.au

Australian administration of Papua New Guinea, 1906-75

Friday 16 and Wednesday 21 August, 10am | Brisbane

Weighing green tea leaf in Garaina, New Guinea, 1964.
NAA: A1200, L48732

Examine the close historical ties between Australia and Papua New Guinea from 1906 to 1975.

National Archives of Australia
16 Corporate Drive
Cannon Hill QLD 4170

Free, bookings essential – email events@naa.gov.au

Northern Territory Chinese community

Tuesday 26 September, 5:30pm | Darwin

NTAS, Tamblyn, NTRS 234, CP527

Hear a fascinating talk about the Chinese community in the Northern Territory by former National Archives/Australian Historical Association postgraduate scholar Natalie Fong.

NT Archives Centre
Kelsey Crescent
Millner NT 0810

Free, bookings essentia – email events@naa.gov.au

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