Online Exhibitions at Northern Territory Library
Bombing of Darwin, 19 February 1942 - "Roll of Honour"The Northern Territory Library is marking the 70th anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin with a Roll of Honour that records and remembers those killed on 19 February 1942. This Roll of Honour provides biographical details, photographs and personal stories for each fatality, remembering them as unique individuals who sacrificed their lives.
Cyclone Tracy ExhibitionCyclone Tracy devastated Darwin on the night of Christmas Eve 1974; it is one of the worst natural disasters in recorded Australian history. The Cyclone Tracy exhibition reflects on the cyclone’s effects, including the evacuation and reconstruction of Darwin.
Previous Cyclone Tracy Exhibition
Fallen ANZACs of the Northern Territory 1914-1918The Fallen ANZACs exhibition is a tribute to the 70 Territorians who lost their lives during the First World War. This comprehensive exhibition reveals intriguing details about these ANZACs; from their military service to their life in the Territory.
Goyder Survey Expedition ExhibitionThe Northern Territory Library invites you to view Goyder Survey Expedition exhibition of 19 stereoscope photographs taken during the Goyder expedition 1869 -1870.
Northern Territory WWII ExhibitionThis World War II online exhibition showcases some of the Library's rich holdings relating to the devastation and destruction inflicted on the Northern Territory during the Second World War, especially during the bombing of Darwin in 1942.
Remembering Territory Families ExhibitionThe Remembering Territory Families online exhibition celebrates the lives of Territory families who have made significant contributions to our culture and history.
Territorians also have the opportunity to contribute their own unique family stories in order to expand this collection.
Territory Women Exhibition'Territory Women' contains biographical information on women who have lived and contributed to the Territory way of life. This constantly-evolving database will be accessible by all Territorians.
The Track: 1000 Miles to War'The Track: 1000 Miles to War' begins in 1939, as the allied forces prepared to defend northern Australia, with overland transportation to the north becoming a strategic priority.
Being a TerritoryTo mark the Northern Territory’s centenary schools were invited to enter a digital art competition. Being a Territory encouraged NT students to explore changes that have shaped their Territory, using digital arts to present their innovative take on events, themes, places and people who have contributed to the last century.