History - Modern - Australia

Federation, colonies, NSW, Victoria, south, western, Queensland, Northern Territory, Tasmania, Norfolk Island, Christmas Island, Cocos Keeling Islands, Lord Howe Island, Explorers, Gold rush, war, multiculturalism, Snowy Mountains Scheme, Farming, expansion, changing rights and freedom, Aboriginal people, feminism, Boer war, Malayan Emergency, Konfrontasi, anti-communism, Petrov affair, ANZUS, SEATO, ASEAN, APEC, Labor, Liberal, National, Country Party, Menzies, Hughes, Barton, Deakin, Watson, Reid, Fisher, Cook, Scullin, Lyons, Page, Fadden, Gorton, Curtin, Ford, Holt, McEwen, McMahon, Hawke, Fraser, Keating, Gillard, Rudd, Turnbull, Abbott, peacekeeping, counterterrorism, convicts, bushrangers
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It's Australia, 1850s, A Unit about the Gold Rush - This Australian Curriculum History inquiry unit focusses on the Gold Rush in Australia. Includes migration, perspectives and can be integrated with English. Includes 13 activities, resource list, an appendix and a powerpoint for IWB to support teaching.
Holden has a special place in Australia’s history as the manufacturer of the first all-Australian car, the 48-215 (FX).
Cliff Young - Winner of a 544 mile marathon running race in Australia in 1983...at age 61.
Changes in state borders/boundaries: 1788-2000
Harold Edward Holt, CH (5 August 1908 – 17 December 1967) was an Australian politician and the 17th Prime Minister of Australia. His term as Prime Minister was brought to an early and dramatic end in December 1967 when he disappeared while swimming at Cheviot Beach near Portsea, Victoria, and was presumed drowned.
Sir Arthur Fadden Prime Minister of Australia 1941. He was a Country Party MP.
A Short History of Australia
Australia's Prime Minster in 1958 Sir Robert Menzies - Liberal party