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The Australian History Ring includes sites about Aboriginal history, colonial days, convicts and transportation, exploration, politics, military history, regional and local...

 

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   Fort Lytton Interactive Photo Tour Preview Go
For around 60 years Fort Lytton guarded the fledgling city of Brisbane (Queensland) from river attack. The Fort is a classical 19C design, consisting of concrete bunkers concealed beneath grassy embankments, all behind a deep moat. This site features photos from the fort in an interactive tour.
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   Iron Knob - birthplace of Australia's steel industry Preview Go
This is the official site for the historical town of Iron Knob. Visit the site and learn more about this small but unique Outback Australian town.
   High Beach Preview Go
Find out about some Western Australian people and places; and the Kalgoorlie Biplane (the first aeroplane built in WA); find a complete list of the Rigby Sketchbook Series and about the books written by and/or illustrated by the Dyson family (Will Dyson, Ambrose Dyson, Edward Dyson etc).


   The Aldo Massola Scrapbook Preview Go
Dedicated to the life and work of anthropolgist and author Aldo Massola, the late authority on the life and culture of the Australian Aborigines as they were.
   The Battle of Hamel - History & Memory Preview Go
The Australian Victory in Hamel on 4 July 1918, the Australian Corps Memorial and the history of that village. A very particular event of World War I in France and of the Australian Corps' involvement. Here you will not only find some local history or the account of a battle but also a presentation of the various forms of that period memory.
   Culcairn to Corowa Branch Line - Home Preview Go
Culcairn to Corowa Branch line in NSW is a presentation of several years research and field observations. The branchline contributed to Australia's social, cultural and economic development in the late 1800s.
   Cave Hermits Union of Australia Journals Preview Go
The Cave Hermits Union for those who live straight down the political middle, not off to the right, or left wing, neither heaven nor hell, but graciously isolated, in the Middle... Atheism in the political centre, Public Services and Private Products, Protection and Welfare, 50-50 Mixed Economy... Welcome...






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