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Dive with crocodiles in this clear cage in Australia. Next time I go. I never made it to Darwin. Bucket list.

Dive with crocodiles in this clear cage in Australia. UAAUUUUMMMM será que eu teria coragem?

Edith Cowan, politician and the first woman elected to an Australian parliament. | 22 Australian Women Who Will Inspire The Hell Out Of You

27 inspiring Australian women from history. Eg Edith Cowan, politician and the first woman elected to an Australian parliament.

Images of Australia:  the Tyrrell Collection of photographs of Australia's history

On the wallaby track. Henry Lawsons poem On the Wallaby Track alludes to the…

Four women pedestrians enjoying a day out, George Street, Sydney, 1890. The GPO is behind them.

Throwback Thursday to Amateur photographer Frederick Danvers Power snapped this photo of Martin Place at the turn of the century.

Woman selling fruit from small barrow Sydney, ca. 1885-1890 /photographed by Arthur K. Syer by State Library of New South Wales collection, via Flickr

Woman selling fruit from small barrow Sydney, ca. photographed by Arthur K. Syer, by State Library of New South Wales collection

Henrietta Dugdale, Australian women’s rights and suffrage pioneer  "Some there are who say 'If we permit woman to go beyond her sphere, domestic duties will be neglected.' In plainer language, 'If we acknowledge woman is human, we shall not get so much work out of her'."

Henrietta Dugdale, Australian women’s rights and suffrage pioneer - Amazing Women In History

Chips Rafferty MBE (26 March 1909 – 27 May 1971) was an iconic Australian actor. Called "the living symbol of the typical Australian", Rafferty's career stretched from the 1940s until his death in 1971, and during this time he performed regularly in major Australian feature films as well as appearing in British and American productions.

Chips Rafferty MBE March 1909 – 27 May was an iconic Australian actor. Called "the living symbol of the typical Australian",

WWI. "An Australian Artillery Officer's Home on the Somme." 'From the Australian Front', published 1917. - archive.org

WWI. "An Australian Artillery Officer's Home on the Somme." 'From the Australian Front', published 1917. - archive.org

Catherine Helen Spence is pictured on the Australian 5 dollar bill.

B 36575 Catherine Helen Spence, women's rights advocate and writer, Visit the State Library of South Australia to view more photos of South Australia

Catherine Helen Spence (31 October 1825 – 3 April 1910) was a Scottish-born Australian author, teacher, journalist, politician and leading suffragist. In 1897 she became Australia's first female political candidate after standing (unsuccessfully) for the Federal Convention held in Adelaide. Called the "Greatest Australian Woman" by Miles Franklin and given the nomenclature of "Grand Old Woman of Australia' on her eightieth birthday,

Australia's first political candidate, South Australian suffragette Catherine Helen Spence South Australian women won the right to vote in 1895 and Catherine stood for election in


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