The National Archives of Australia has developed groups of archival records that align with specific focus areas in the Australian Curriculum: History, Civics and Citizenship. For each of these groups you will find rich content descriptions, get thinking questions and in depth research on individual records.
Check out 10 new World War I groups.
- Similarities and differences across three generations
- Antarctica: The impact of environment on transport
- Canberra: Change and continuity
- The impact of colonial settlement on the environment
- Australia becomes a nation
- Who were the people who came to Australia?
- Significant contributions by Aboriginal Australians
- The Legend of Douglas Mawson: Scientific explorer
- Antarctica: A case study in imperialism
- The 'White' Australia policy
- Prime Minister dismissed
- Australian migration 1901-18
- A wave of postwar migrants
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land rights
- The 1967 Referendum
- Protecting the Antarctic environment
- Franklin Dam: Fighting for the environment
- Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War
- Uranium mining at Jabiluka: a conservation debate
- Popular culture: the impact of television