On the 4 February 2020, 4 stamps were issued, as announced in Stamp Bulletin 363, to commemorate the popular sports TV Shows and the commentators.
On the 22 October 2019 Australia Post issued the last of the Alphabet Series D, F, I, H, M and P. The national postmark was
“Sport is valued highly in Australian culture, both by participants and spectators. It makes sense therefore that sport is a popular thematic on Australian stamps.
Tom Wills, the architect behind the commencement and codification of Australian Football in 1858, was also Australia’s leading cricketer. In 1866 the MCC asked Wills
On the 17 October 2017 Australia Post issued Part three of the Fair Dinkum Aussie Alphabet series. The illustrations are based on five letters of
Sir Sidney Nolan was born in Carlton on the 22 April 1917. He grew up in St Kilda. With little formal art training, Nolan turned
On the 16 August 2016 Australia Post issued Part two of the Fair Dinkum Aussie Alphabet Series. The illustrations are based on five letters of
This is how the Royal Australian Mint described the issue. In this exciting world’s first, all of the most popular collectable categories have come together
The 2013–14 Ashes (named Commonwealth Bank Ashes Series for sponsorship reasons) was a Test cricket series between England and Australia. The five venues for the
In 2012, the Australia Post Australian Legends Award celebrates the four codes of football played in Australia – Australian rules, football (soccer), rugby union and
In 2011 the Australian Council of NSW, in conjunction with Australia Post, encouraged Australians from across the country to explore the theme of “Who are
Australia Post initiated Stamp Collecting Month, in 1993, as a way to educate children and encourage stamp collecting. Themes had included pets, zoos, oceans, space