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IBISWorld's AU & NZ Enterprise Profiles analyse thousands of leading enterprises across Australia and New Zealand, including: ASX and NZX listed companies; public, private and foreign-owned com

The Historical Aerial Photography collection tracks the use and development of land. It is a helpful way of locating places in Australia from 1928 to the present.
The National Library of Scotland Maps site contains many high-resolution, colour, zoomable maps. The maps are mainly of Scotland and date from 1560 to 1970.
Eat for Health gives advice on eating well and how to choose nutritious food. The site contains nutrition calculators and healthy recipes. It uses information from the Australian Dietary Guidelines.
NationalMap is an online map-based tool. It allows easy access to spatial data from Australian government agencies. Various datasets can be overlaid and explored on the map.
PubMed Central is a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journals. It is part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
AusGIN provides Australian geological and geophysical data. It also gives information about mineral resource exploration.
The National Archives of Australia collects, preserves and provides access to Government records. Many records are available online for professional research or personal interest.
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet provides current information about Aboriginal health and healthcare. It also links to relevant policies and programs on the topic.
Map Search allows layering of various historical Australian maps over current maps. It provides an interactive way of exploring how places have changed over time.
AusPat is a database containing Australian patent applications. It allows for search of patents and subscription to cases of interest.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics collects and analyses statistics for the Australian government. They publish statistical information including census data.