1861 in Australia

The following lists events that happened during 1861 in Australia.

1861
in
Australia

Decades:
  • 1840s
  • 1850s
  • 1860s
  • 1870s
  • 1880s
See also:

Incumbents

Governors

Governors of the Australian colonies:

Premiers

Premiers of the Australian colonies:

Events

Arts and literature

Sport

Births

  • 2 August - Edith Cowan, the first Australian woman elected as a representative in an Australian parliament (d. 1932)[18]

Deaths

References

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  18. "Edith Cowan". Royal Bank of Australia. Retrieved 1 March 2019.
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