Capital: Melbourne When It Was the Capital City of Australia 1901-28

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It was a small city, a place where people knew each other - not just the people who mattered, but those who didn't yet - where small changes loomed large and the import Melbourne when it was the Capital City of Australia In the Australian colonies came together to form a new nation which, for the next twenty-six years, was governed from Melbourne. It was a small city, a place where people knew each other - not just the people who mattered, but those who didn't yet - where small changes loomed large and the import of big changes could scarcely be imagined.

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The colonies then became states of the Commonwealth of Australia. The Commonwealth of Australia was established as a constitutional monarchy, and Queen Victoria was Australia's first head of state. Just three weeks later - on the 22nd January - after a reign which commenced in , Queen Victoria died. The Constitution had provided that the Parliament would meet in Melbourne until it met at the seat of Government which was to be determined later by Parliament.

But what was Melbourne like, at the beginning of the 20th century?

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Did being the temporary capital of Australia for 26 years have an impact? In , Melbourne was a small city of around , people. The first Commonwealth Parliament at the Exhibition Building is celebrated: Alfred Deakin and Edmund Barton were present: Tom Roberts was commissioned to paint the official picture which now hangs in Parliament House, Canberra. Then the founders of the Australian Commonwealth decided it was the best place to house the new Federal Parliament while they awaited the completion of the capital in Canberra.

And as the world hurtled into a new era, this overgrown village oversaw not only the birth of modern Australia, but many of the wider changes sweeping the world at large.


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Who made it happen? People like Helena Rubinstein, front-runner in the invention of the cosmetics industry; the Tait brothers, producers of the world's first feature film; confectionery king Mac Robertson, pioneer of the art of packaging; John Monash, man of steel, hero of concrete.