Football at the 1969 South Pacific Games
The 1969 South Pacific Games was the third games where football was introduced and was held in Papua New Guinea during August 1969.
List of Top 25 singles for 1969 in Australia
The following lists the top 25 (end of year) charting singles on the Australian Singles Charts, for the year of 1969. These were the best charting singles in Australia for 1969. The source for this ye...
Bendigo by-election, 1969
A by-election was held for the Australian House of Representatives seat of Bendigo on 7 June 1969. This was triggered by the resignation of Labor MP Noel Beaton. A by-election for the seat of Gwydir w...
Gwydir by-election, 1969
A by-election was held for the Australian House of Representatives seat of Gwydir on 7 June 1969. This was triggered by the resignation of Country Party MP Ian Allan. A by-election for the seat of Ben...
List of number-one albums in Australia during the 1960s
The following lists the number one albums on the Australian Albums Chart, during the 1960s. The source for this decade is the Kent Music Report. These charts were calculated in the 1990s in retrospect...
Queensland state election, 1969
Elections were held in the Australian state of Queensland on 17 May 1969 to elect the 78 members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland.The Country-Liberal Coalition won its fifth consecutive victo...
Queensland state election, 1969 - Wikipedia
Poseidon bubble
The Poseidon bubble was a stock market bubble in which the price of Australian mining shares soared in late 1969, then crashed in early 1970. It was triggered by the Poseidon NL company's discovery o...
Curtin by-election, 1969
A by-election was held for the Australian House of Representatives seat of Curtin on 19 April 1969. This was triggered by the resignation of Liberal MP Sir Paul Hasluck to become Governor-General.The ...
First Gorton Ministry
The First Gorton Ministry was the forty-fifth Australian Commonwealth ministry, and ran from 10 January 1968 to 12 November 1969.Liberal Party of Australia–Australian Country Party Coalition
First Gorton Ministry - Wikipedia