Australia’s fledgling capital Canberra circa 1920, with official buildings already in place.

Story of cities #17: Canberra's vision of the ideal city gets mired in 'mediocrity'

Chicago pacifist Walter Griffin’s design for Australia’s new capital promised so much – even German beer gardens. But when war broke out, his ideas were shunned by planners and politicians alike, and a more prosaic city emerged

Regional network

Connecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with Australian Government policies and programmes.

Mithaka traditional owners are awarded native title over an area of Queensland land and water that rivals Tasmania in size.

Mithaka traditional owners are awarded native title over an area of Queensland land and water that rivals Tasmania in size.

Channel Country, near Bedourie, 1972

From the air, the braided Channel Country constitutes some of the most distinctive landscape in Australia.

Eric Bell standing beside a dirt track, with a hill rising in the background. He is standing next to large rock with a commemorative plaque and a sign that reads 'MUNNAGAI YERRIBI (COME, LET'S WALK). Buranya Aboriginal Corporation - Aboriginal Landcare Group -'

Eric Bell standing beside a dirt track, with a hill rising in the background. He is standing next to large rock with a commemorative plaque and a sign that reads 'MUNNAGAI YERRIBI (COME, LET'S WALK). Buranya Aboriginal Corporation - Aboriginal Landcare Group -'

Aboriginal Heritage - 04/06/2002 - QWN - NSW Parliament

Salina Alvaro, Sutherland Shire Council Young Citizen of the Year - - NSW Parliament

Earth grave mound with 145 year-old Elm tree, Hannibal Hamilton Grave Aboriginal Place.  (Image: OEH)

Earth grave mound with 145 year-old Elm tree, Hannibal Hamilton Grave Aboriginal Place.

Commonwealth of Australia Gazette 20/09/1928 : National Memorials Ordinance 1928 - page 2637

Commonwealth of Australia Gazette : National Memorials Ordinance 1928 - page 2637

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