The National Library's PANDORA web archive has been building a collection of Australian websites since 1996. Many of the significant sites preserved by PANDORA, such as the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games website are no longer available on the web.
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This collection gathers together material held in the archive that describes the impact of the current mining boom on the economic, cultural and environmental life of Australia.
The Murray-Darling River has been a major focus of community involvement and government policy for many years. This collection brings together websites and reports that have shaped the management of the river.
Since 2009 a snapshot of the SMH homepage has been captured at 10am every day.
In 2010 Queensland suffered one of its worst episodes of flooding in years. This collection captures the experiences documented online during this time.
In 2010 Australia waited over a fortnight for the results of the Federal Election.
A groundbreaking online news and opinion website archived regularly from its early pre-subscription days beginning in early 2000's.
PANDORA web archive collects selectively the twitter accounts of high profile Australian politicians.
PANDORA web archive holds extensive collections of many Australian political parties both major and minor.
In 2013 Canberra celebrates its Centenary, this site documents those celebrations.
The 2003 Treasures exhibition highlighted the important material held by Libraries around the world.
The New Mardi Gras archive is an annual Gay and Lesbian celebration in Sydney. This site has websites dating back to 2004.