Director: J. Scully, I. Dunlop
The S.E.C. Hydro-electric Scheme in the north-east of Victoria as seen by the people who live on the job and those who find their recreation in this area.
The first of a series dealing with Australian pioneers, this film, by the use of historic documents and apparatus, deals with the life and work of Henry G. Smith (1852-1924), one of our first organic ... More »
Produced to celebrate the centenary of the Melbourne Cup, the films shows the training of horses and, finally, the cup race of 1960. ... More »
The Barrier Reef - how it grows and the fish and bird life that live nearby. ... More »
A man is stranded on a lonely country road. The events which take place on the second day drive him from boredom to panic, to desperation. ... More »
The aid which Australia is giving to her neighbours in South-East Asia under the Colombo Plan. ... More »
This unusual film records how the Mallee Fowl incubates its eggs in a bed of organic matter in a mound of earth. ... More »