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Australia Post draws on our art heritage
Australia Post celebrates the 150 year anniversary of the birth of Arthur Streeton and the centenary of the birth of Sidney Nolan in a new stamp issue featuring well-known paintings by the two artists, together with photographic portraits.
Australia Post releases a gem of a stamp issue
Australia Post is showing off Australian gemstones in a new stamp issue. The four gemstones featured in the designs are held in the mineral collection of the Australian Museum, Sydney.
Australia Post features Aussie jetties in new stamp issue
Australia Post is profiling four Australian jetties in the newest stamp issue. The four featured jetties from around the country, all wooden, include those at Busselton, Western Australia; Tumby Bay, South Australia; Shelley Beach near Portsea, Victoria; and Kincumber, New South Wales.
Australia Post celebrates the Year of the Rooster
To celebrate the Year of the Rooster, 28 January 2017 to 15 February 2018, Australia Post is releasing two Lunar New Year stamps. As the tenth sign in the Chinese Zodiac, the Rooster symbolises confidence, resourcefulness, courage and persistence.
Australia Post commemorates Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War for Remembrance Day
In the lead-up to Remembrance Day, Australia Post commemorates Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War with the release of a new stamp issue.
Australia Post encourages students to learn about endangered wildlife
Australia Post is calling young Australians to get on board Stamp Collecting Month this October to learn more about some of the world's most endangered animals through the endangered wildlife stamp issue.
Australia Post commemorates 400th anniversary of Hartog's landing on the western coast of Australia
Australia Post commemorates the 400th anniversary of the landing on the western coast of Australia by the great Dutch explorer, Captain Dirk Hartog (1580–1621) with the release of a stamp.
Australian jewel beetles shine on new stamps
Australia Post is featuring four bright and colourful Australian jewel beetles in a new stamp issue: Stigmodera gratiosa, Castiarina klugii, Temognatha alternata and Julodimorpha bakewellii.
Australia Post celebrates 50 years of Play School
Australia Post is celebrating half a century of Australia's longest running children's television program Play School with the release of two stamps. Australia Post Philatelic Manager Michael Zsolt, said: "This stamp issue celebrates Play School's historic achievement
Australia Post takes flight with owls on stamps
Australia Post's latest stamp issue Guardians of the Night takes flight, showing off four fascinating owl species: the Sooty Owl (Tyto tenebricosa), Rufous Owl, (Ninox rufa), Eastern Grass Owl (Tyto longimembris) and lurida subspecies of the Southern Boobook (Ninox boobook).
Australia Post celebrates Frank Hurley's photography in a new stamp issue
Australia Post's latest stamp issue celebrates the captivating photography of one of Australia's preeminent documentary photographers, James Francis (Frank) Hurley (1885–1962).
Australia's nostalgic fruit labels at stamp size
Australia Post is celebrating a bygone era of Australian advertising with the latest stamp issue showcasing early 20th century fruit labels.Featuring the retro fruit labels over four domestic base-rate ($1) stamps,
Australia Post commemorates RSL centenary with a new stamp issue
Australia Post is commemorating 100 years of the Returned & Services League of Australia (RSL) with the release of a new stamp. This stamp issue, says Australia Post Philatelic Manager Michael Zsolt,
Australia Post releases beautiful butterflies with a new stamp issue
Australia Post's latest stamp issue celebrates four spectacular Australian butterfly species: the Pale Triangle (Graphium eurypylus), the Bordered Rustic (Cupha prosope), the Cairns Birdwing (Ornithoptera euphorion) and the Chequered Swallowtail (Papilio demoleus).
Aussie WWI hero gone, but no longer forgotten
Australia Post will honour one of the country's unsung war heroes, Matron Grace Wilson of the Australian Army Nursing Service, as part of the anticipated 2016 World War I commemorative stamp issue out this week.
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$1 Nolan Stamp. * Only to be reproduced with the perforations included.
$1 Nolan Stamp
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