1822 in Australia
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|1822 in Australia|
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- John Bigge's first report on all aspects of the colonial government, then under the governorship of Lachlan Macquarie, including finances, the church and the judiciary, and the convict system, was published.
- 24 December - Reverend Archibald Macarthur, Hobart's first Presbyterian minister arrives in Australia and held his first service on 12 January the following year.
- Cameron, Angus, ed. (1985). "Part One: Facts and Figures: An Australian Historical Chronology". The Australian Almanac: 800 Pages Crammed with Australian and World Facts: Politics, the Arts, Geography, History and Much More. North Ryde, NSW: Angus & Robertson. p. 8. ISBN 0-207-15108-3.
- Cameron, Angus, ed. (1986). "Part One: Capital City Chronologies. A History of Hobart". The Second Australian Almanac: An 800-page Databank Crammed with Essential Information for Every Australian. North Ryde, NSW: Angus & Robertson. p. 87. ISBN 0-207-15232-2.