24 March - Busby Sydney's 1st water supply, "Busby's Bore"

24 March - Busby Sydney's 1st water supply, "Busby's Bore"

24 March - 5 Australian History quickies

24 March - 5 Australian History quickies

22 March - Cullenswood, Tasmania has its record rainfall.

22 March - Cullenswood, Tasmania has its record rainfall.

22 March - 4 Australian History quickies

22 March - 4 Australian History quickies

21 March - South Australia's Suffrage Act is proclaimed

21 March - South Australia's Suffrage Act is proclaimed

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Today In Australian History - 10 March - The Reverend Samuel Marsden, who became known colloquially as the 'Flogging Parson', arrives in the New South Wales penal colony. Click on photo for more

Today In Australian History - 10 March - The Reverend Samuel Marsden, who became known colloquially as the 'Flogging Parson', arrives in the New South Wales penal colony. Click on photo for more

Spectacular aerial view of Sydney. Beautiful Kirribilli in the foreground (Sydney's north shore), The Opera House, Bridge and north end of the city on the south side (left of the picture). Circular Quay is just behind the Opera House - the main anchorage point in the Harbour for the first fleet. Everything 'grew up' from around this area - the rest is history.

Spectacular aerial view of Sydney. Beautiful Kirribilli in the foreground (Sydney's north shore), The Opera House, Bridge and north end of the city on the south side (left of the picture). Circular Quay is just behind the Opera House - the main anchorage point in the Harbour for the first fleet. Everything 'grew up' from around this area - the rest is history.

South Australia holds its first elections, but an unusually large number of informal votes are submitted.

South Australia holds its first elections, but an unusually large number of informal votes are submitted.

12 March - Prince Alfred nearly assassinated by O'Farrell

12 March - Prince Alfred nearly assassinated by O'Farrell

Inland at the feet of the Atlas Mountains is Morocco's third-largest city, Marrakech - one of the most fascinating travel destinations in the world. At its heart is the ancient walled city, the Medina, with the main square, Jemaa el-Fna, which is a market by day, transforming to an exotic carnival by night. Visitors can be tempted by alluring aromas from the food stalls, while enjoying a parade of snake charmers, musicians, dancers and even the occasional runaway ostrich.

Inland at the feet of the Atlas Mountains is Morocco's third-largest city, Marrakech - one of the most fascinating travel destinations in the world. At its heart is the ancient walled city, the Medina, with the main square, Jemaa el-Fna, which is a market by day, transforming to an exotic carnival by night. Visitors can be tempted by alluring aromas from the food stalls, while enjoying a parade of snake charmers, musicians, dancers and even the occasional runaway ostrich.

Australian History and Explorers: Burke and Wills

Australian History and Explorers: Burke and Wills

Outlander Cast News Editor and Senior Writer Anne Gavin is headed to Scotland... again. Live vicariously through her hill-walking adventures with "The Scotland Diaries: Part 2". Written by: Anne Gavin

Outlander Cast News Editor and Senior Writer Anne Gavin is headed to Scotland... again. Live vicariously through her hill-walking adventures with "The Scotland Diaries: Part 2". Written by: Anne Gavin

Hong Kong...  @Priscilla Willis

Hong Kong: a City of Contrasts

Hong Kong... @Priscilla Willis

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