Images from the Archives
The Northern Territory Archives Service collections include many photographic images. These images can be found across community and government archives within our holdings.
Below is a selection of images to browse. This selection will be added to over time.
If you would like to explore our collections further contact the search room at Northern Territory Archives Service. You can also go to our Information Leaflets page to read the leaflet called Images in the Northern Territory Archives Collections.
Select the links below to browse through the photographs.
- The general selection includes a sample of photographs held at the Northern Territory Archives Service.
- Selection from the John Armstrong England Collection. These images mostly relate to the appointment of the Northern Territory Government in 1978. John England was Administrator for the Northern Territory at the time the Northern Territory Government was appointed.
- The Evolution of Darwin – Images showing the changing face of the city of Darwin. The Northern Territory Archives Service holds many collections which include photographs and slides capturing scenes and sites in and around the city of Darwin, from its earliest days until the present.
Some of these images are currently on display in the window and foyer of the Northern Territory Archives Service located at 25 Cavenagh Street Darwin.
- 'It wasn't all chop picnics' is an online exhibition featuring photographs and extracts of oral history interview transcripts relating to the Second World War in the Northern Territory of Australia.