Australian Prime Ministerial Collections
National Archives of Australia
On 1 January each year the National Archives of Australia releases the cabinet records of 30 years before. Recent changes to the Archives Act 1983 will mean that all of the cabinet records of the Malcolm Fraser government will be available over the next few years. The changes also mean that Cabinet notebooks will soon be available after 30 years. Background information about the 1980 cabinet records.
The National Museum of Australia
The National Museum of Australia's Prime Ministers of Australia section on Malcolm Fraser.
Australian Prime Ministers Centre
The Australian Prime Ministers Centre tells the story of Australia’s prime ministers and their governments through an exhibition and research centre. It is located on the main floor of the Senate Wing of Old Parliament House in Canberra.
Papers of Sir Edmund Barton
Correspondence, personal papers, press cuttings, photographs and papers relating to the Federation campaign and the first Parliament of the Commonwealth; held in the Manuscript Collection of the National Library of Australia
John Curtin Prime Ministerial
The John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library, at Curtin University of Technology, in Perth, Western Australia, was Australia’s first prime ministerial library. It aims to recognise the contribution to Australian society of wartime prime minister and international statesman, John Curtin, 1885–1945.
Alfred Deakin Prime
The Alfred Deakin Prime Ministerial Library celebrates the significant contribution Alfred Deakin made to Australia’s political and social institutions.
Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library
The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library at the University of South Australia aims to identify, collect, conserve and make available for research and public access the Bob Hawke’s papers and memorabilia, those of his colleagues in public life, and related material from his times.
Menzies Foundation, including the Menzies
The Menzies Virtual Museum is an educational resource which documents the life and achievements of Sir Robert Menzies. The site is a time line spanning Sir Robert’s life from 1894 to 1978. It contains more than 750 images, several sound and film clips and more than 80,000 words of supporting text.
Prime Ministerial Collection at the Whitlam Institute
Gough Whitlam’s physical collection of papers, diaries and photographs is being progressively placed on the world wide web.
General links relating to Malcolm Fraser
The ABC Book Show
Malcolm Fraser was interviewed in October 2010 for the ABC Book Show's Off the Shelf segment. Here he discusses books that inform and entertain him.
Australians All: a group of Australians who have come together because of shared concerns about serious and dangerous divisions between the West and Islam, divisions which have already led to fear and alienation.
Dimissed! Whitlam, Fraser, Kerr and the story of 1975
An online exhibition, created by Old Parliament House
Federal election historical archive
This website, developed by the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) includes news footage from the 1983, 1980 and 1977 Federal elections. The clips include Malcolm and Tamie Fraser voting in Nareen in 1980 and Malcolm Fraser making a statement following his victory in the 1977 election.
National Film and Sound Archive
The National Film and Sound Archive holds an extensive collection of material relating to Malcolm Fraser.
Malcolm Fraser is a frequent guest of the popular ABC show Q&A.
Project Syndicate collects opinion pieces from the world's most distinguished opinion makers.