Rain at Uluru.

Landscape photography: Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) Australia--For local photographer Peter Carroll, it was a 20 year wait to capture rain on the rock

One of Australia's greatest rarities, with a mere 200 coins struck, the 1919-21 Kookaburra Square Pattern Series is one of the most important, most sought after elements of Australian numismatics. $49,500.00

One of Australia's greatest rarities, with a mere 200 coins struck, the Kookaburra Square Pattern Series is one of the most important, most sought after elements of Australian numismatics.

Out go the pennies...... On the 14 th February 1966

The out going Australian Currency. Australia changed to Decimal Currency on the February 1966 - v

Today in Australian History  - 1 June - Pemulwuy, Killed and behead over land rights. Pemulwuy was the leader and a warrior of the Bidjigal people, who started to show his resistance at the arrival of the first fleet settlement in Australia in 1788  Read more and find out what happen to his missing head. Click on photo for more and **please share.

Today in Australian History - 1 June - Pemulwuy, Killed and behead over land rights. Pemulwuy was the leader and a warrior of the Bidjigal people, who started to show his resistance at the arrival of the first fleet settlement in Australia in 1788 Read

One Pound Jimmy stamp. Gwoya Jungarai, born in 1895, apparently gained his nickname from his catchphrase. Whenever a white man asked how much he wanted for one of his boomerangs, he would reputedly reply, "One pound, boss". In 1950 this photograph by Roy Dunstan was used to make philatelic history. Australia Post issued two stamps - 8 pence and half a crown - called "Aborigine". For the first time an actual portrait of an indigenous person had been used on an Australian stamp.

One Pound Jimmy stamp. Gwoya Jungarai, born in apparently gained his nickname from his catchphrase. Whenever a white man asked how much he wanted for one of his boomerangs, he would reputedly reply, "One pound, boss". In 1950 this photograph by Roy

Be rocked by rock art. Mount Borradaile, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory

Vivid Rock Art: Mount Borradaile, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory "Look up my people, The dawn is breaking The World is waking to a bright new day When none defame us No restriction tame us Nor colour shame us Nor sneer dismay.

Australian aboriginals ca 1890

Australian aboriginals ca 1890 location and tribe not known. Aboriginal group pose for white man photo.


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