The Australian Newspaper Plan is an ambitious, ongoing program designed to collect and preserve every newspaper published in Australia, guaranteeing public access to these important historical records.
Do you know the whereabouts of a missing newspaper?
The overall aim of the ANPlan collaboration is to preserve all Australian newspapers and to give the public access to them.
ANPlan lets you access our newspaper heritage.
Search Australian content in Digitised newspapers on Trove. Libraries, historical societies and other organisations are invited to contribute to Digitised newspapers on Trove. To find out about how you can help us to build this resource, read our contributor guidelines or contact us on (02) 6262 1005 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Australian Newspaper Plan is a cooperative initiative of National and State Libraries Australasia involving:
- LINC Tasmania
- National Library of Australia
- Northern Territory Library
- State Library of New South Wales
- State Library of Queensland
- State Library of South Australia
- State Library of Victoria
- State Library of Western Australia
- Australian Capital Territory Heritage Library
The National Library of New Zealand is a full member of the Australian Newspaper Plan with observer status.
Have a look at what was making news on this day by viewing digitised historic Australian newspapers.