1830 in Australia

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1830
in
Australia
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Incumbents[edit]

Governors[edit]

Governors of the Australian colonies:

Events[edit]

  • 20 September - The Port Arthur penal settlement was established.
  • 23 September - The Bathurst Rebellion begins outside of Bathurst, New South Wales, following the escape of a group of convicts known as the 'Ribbon Gang' under the leadership of convict-servant Ralph Entwistle. Ten of the rebels are later captured and publicly hung after being tried and found guilty of murder.
  • 7 October - The 'Black Line' campaign of the Black War begins in an attempt to capture all Tasmanian Aborigines. The campaign lasts 7 weeks and only succeeds in bringing two Aborigines to the authorities.
  • Wool export in Australia - 2 million pounds.

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