Ned Kelly wanted poster

Wanted poster for Australia's most famous Bush Ranger - Ned Kelly

The Kelly Gang - L - R - Ned Kelly, Dan Kelly, Steve Hart - below is Joe Byrne

(facing, clockwise from top left): Ned Kelly on the day before he was hanged 10 November Dan Kelly about Steve Hart Joe Byrne's body being photographed after the siege at Glenrowan 29 June

An early image of bushranger Ned Kelly in his armour suit. Picture: NSW Justice & Police Museum.

Australian outlaw Ned Kelly dressed in a homemade suit of metal armor. Kelly has been mythologized as a "Robin Hood" character, a political icon, and a figure of Irish Catholic and working-class resistance to the establishment and British colonial ties.

Ned Kelly - The remains of the Glenrowan Hotel after the Kelly gang's last stand.

1880 photo of the remains of the Glenrowan Inn after the Kelly gang shootout.the Victorian police burned it to the ground to flush the gang out .

'Head stone' to the Kelly relatives who are buried at Greta cemetery. Maggie, Jim and Dan, (Ned's siblings), Ellen, (his mum), Tom Lloyd, (his cousin) and Steve Hart, (Kelly gang member).

Ned Kelly - Australian bushranger of Irish descent. His legacy is controversial; some consider him to be a murderous villain, while others view him as a folk hero and Australia's equivalent of Robin Hood.

Aboriginal Mounted Police, usually described as ‘blacktrackers’, pose at Benalla with, from left, Senior Constable King, Stanhope O’Connor, Superintendent Sadleir and Chief Commissioner Standish. The Aboriginal troopers were the only police pursuers Ned truly feared, referring to them as ‘six little demons’, although in reality only five survived with Corporal Sambo perishing enroute.

of June 1880 The blacktrackers brought from Queensland to find Ned Kelly and his Gang left Benalla, North East Victoria on this day in 1880 after being withdrawn f…

One of the charred bodies recovered from the ruins of the Glenrowan Inn – that of either Dan Kelly or Steve Hart.

One of the charred bodies recovered from the ruins of the Glenrowan Inn – that of either Dan Kelly or Steve Hart.

Dan Kelly photographed in 1877-78, when he was sixteen, shortly before his involvement in the Fitzpatrick incident.

John “Red” Kelly, the father of Ned Kelly, was born and raised in Ireland, where he was convicted of criminal acts sometime during his adulthood. There is uncertainty surrounding the ex…



Dan Kelly's and Steve Hart's armour recovered from the hotel at Glenrowan after it was burnt. Oswald Thomas photographer State Library of Victoria.

Parts of two suits of armour worn by the Kelly gang in the siege, and Ned Kelly's rifle. Accession number: From the State Library of Victoria's Pictures Collection.