To keep you safe, many National Archives events and exhibitions have been cancelled.
We look forward to welcoming you back to our buildings around Australia soon.
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Online exhibitions and events, archival photos, collection favourites, kids' activities and more.
See your city through a different lens. View rare archival photographs of Perth dating back to the early 20th century.
Moving experiences of heartbreak and resilience are shared by people affected by Australia's past adoption practices.
The development and demise of car manufacturing in Australia is marked with an exhibition of images and records from the National Archives of Australia.
Situated at the mouth of the Brisbane River, the Lytton Quarantine Station was the first stop for many new arrivals to Australia.
This exhibition explores the history of the station from its establishment in 1913 to the disposal of the land and buildings in the 1980s.
Rekindle memories with vivid photographs of life in Australia's migrant hostels.