A selection of government records about Australian and New Zealand soldiers in WWI and the Boer War, courtesy of National Archives of Australia and Archives New Zealand, as well as personal users. Includes profiles of individual soldiers, nurses, and others; group stories; and photo galleries.
Australians at War Film Archive, Australian Government, Department of Veterans' Affairs
The Film Archive “Australians at War” is an Australian Government initiative designed to film and record the stories of over two thousand war veterans who served from World War I to today in the Australian Defence Force.
100 Years of Anzac, Australian Government, Department of Veterans' Affairs
This website, run by the Australian Government's Department of Veterans' Affairs, commemorates Anzacs. It provides histories of Australia in World War I and II as well as teaching materials, and tells the stories of veterans.
Australian War Memorial, The Australian War Memorial
A digitalized collection of war diaries, documents, artwork, photographs, keepsakes and other items detailing the Australian experience of war in a number of different war and peacekeeping operations, including WWI.
Trove, National Library of Australia
The Trove database offer 488,292,314 digitized historic books, images, newspapers, maps and more.
Australian Imperial Force unit war diaries, Australian War Memorial
The Australian War Memorial published a series of Australian Imperial Forces' war diaries from the First World War.
Virtual War Memorial Australia
The Virtual War Memorial presents profiles of Australians who have served in conflict (including WW1), with data linked by campaign, memorial, unit, home town etc. Research is crowdsourced and moderated, and the Memorial has a strong educational orientation.
First World War 1914-1919, State Library of Queensland
Working with Arts and Culture from Google, the State Library of Queensland provides photographs from the Australian experience in the Great War.