Portal:Australia/Anniversaries/January

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These are the selected anniversaries for January that appear on the Australia portal. The "edit" links edit the portal subpages that are displayed as sections here.


January 1

John Hope, 7th Earl of Hopetoun, was Australia's first Governor-General.

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January 2

6d "kangaroo & map", used at Woolloongabba  Queensland

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January 3

Incandescent light bulb

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January 4

Fremantle prison

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January 5

Tasman Bridge

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January 6

Don Bradman

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January 7

George Bass

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January 8

Portrait of Alfred Felton by John Longstaff

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January 9

Hallam Tennyson, 2nd Baron Tennyson

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January 10

Willem de Vlamingh

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January 11

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January 12

George Silk's classic picture taken at Buna, New Guinea, on Christmas Day, 1942

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January 13

Portrait of Charles Augustus FitzRoy

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January 14

Dorothea Mackellar

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January 15

Huon Peninsula seen from space (false color)

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January 16

Geoffrey Gallop, Premier of Western Australia (2001–2006)

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January 17

Aboriginal Tent Embassy

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January 18

Lt. Henry Lidgbird Ball, Commander of Supply

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January 19

View of Cooktown from Grassy Hill.

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January 20

Headstone of Captain Moonlite at Gundagai cemetery

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January 21

Isaac Isaacs, Governor-General of Australia

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January 22

Sir Henry Parkes, often called the Father of Federation

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January 23

Gen. MacArthur coming ashore back to the Philippines.

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January 24

An Australian soldier in South Vietnam

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January 25

HMAS Tarakan in 1948

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January 26

A contemporary propaganda cartoon of Bligh's arrest

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January 27

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January 28

Mamdouh Habib

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January 29

Prof. Germaine Greer

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January 30

Old Parliament House

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January 31

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