A collection of videos from our archives.
Birth of the red kangaroo (1965)
This remarkable film record of marsupial birth shows mating, the female's preparation for the birth of her young and, finally, the birth itself.
Keeping wool in shape (1983)
Australia may no longer "ride on the sheep's back" but wool is still one of our major industries.
Tree planting auger (1986)
Tree Planting Auger – an instrument for tractor-mounted or hand-operated use in situations where a post-hole digger is inadequate
Stingless bees (2001)
Australian native stingless bees pollinate plants, give you honey, and they don’t sting.
The Sun – our nearest star (1981)
The Sun is typical of millions of stars in our galaxy, but it is the only one close enough to been seen in any detail.
RoadCrack - an innovative vision technology that automates the task of surveying the nation’s roads with a capacity to detect cracks one millimetre wide from beneath the chassis of a moving vehicle.