Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that the National Archives' website and collection contain the names, images and voices of people who have died.
Some records include terms and views that are not appropriate today. They reflect the period in which they were created and are not the views of the National Archives.
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Come on a virtual tour of the Voices / Dhuniai exhibition with senior curator Anne-Marie Condé.
Nostalgic treats from the collection. Vibrant retro fashions, stunning photographs, architectural plans and more.
Top-shelf exhibitions on banned publications, photographer Max Dupain, colour television and more.
Printable spy and espionage activities to keep your junior secret agents occupied. Keep your eye out for fun competitions with exclusive prizes.
Check out millions of digitised pages from the collection, including hundreds of thousands of photographs.
Immerse yourself in our special-interest websites: defence service dossiers, immigration records, transcription projects, educational resources, watermarks database and more.
Why not start your family history? We are an unbelievably rich source of information for family historians.
Get your toes tapping to our Spotify playlist of Aussie tunes inspired by records in the collection.
Explore the records of Anzacs who served in World War I. Why not adopt a digger?
The joys and challenges of immigration through more than 220,000 images of mid-century Australia.