History

Brings together material from within former British colonies and Commonwealth nations, alongside some from former French and Portuguese territories.

BBC History Magazine is a British publication devoted to both British and world history and aimed at all levels of knowledge and interest.

Historical Records of Australian Science published by the CSIRO records the history of science, pure and applied, in Australia, New Zealand and the southwest Pacific.

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.
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.

Open Library collects details of published books. It also holds loanable copies of ebooks including some about or from Australia. It makes audiobooks available to print for disabled people.

The National Archives of Australia collects, preserves and provides access to Government records. Many records are available online for professional research or personal interest.
Project Gutenberg is an online library of free eBooks. It largely contains books that are in the public domain. These have been digitised by volunteers.
First Languages Australia promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages. The site contains educational resources including an interactive languages map.
Australian medical pioneers is a database of early Australian doctors. It includes doctors who were resident in Australia up to 1875.
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.