Educational site containing text, documents, graphics, video and audio about Australians in World War 2. Includes battles and campaigns such as the fall of Singapore, Tobruk, Kokoda, POWs and the homefront.
The AAFC is a youth oriented organisation administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. As an Air Force cadet, you'll learn about aviation, air traffic control, aeromodelling, aircraft engineering, orienteering and map reading.
Provides a chance for youths aged 13-16 to experience some adventurous activities conducted in a military setting. The Cadets have strong links to the Australian Army, but cadets are not part of the Army.
Delivers authoritative minerals and mining information and provides a virtual showcase of the industry for global audiences. It allows users to examine and evaluate digital spatial data related to the minerals industry against an array of infrastructure, demographic, resource and environmental dimensions.
Responsible for developing and managing a uniform, national approach to building codes and building standards through the National Construction Code (NCC) Series, and the development of effective regulatory systems.
Register for the Australian Business Account (ABA), to better manage all your government-related licences, permits and registrations. Use this account to deal with all levels of government, in all states and territories.
Find out which government licences and registrations apply to your business. ABLIS helps you find the government licences, permits, approvals, registrations, codes of practice, standards and guidelines you need to know about to meet your compliance responsibilities.
The ABR stores details about businesses and organisations when they register for an Australian business number (ABN). You can use the Register to identify and verify business information. Incudes information about AUSkey, a secure login that identifies you when you access participating government online services for business.