1933 in Australia

The following lists events that happened during 1933 in Australia.

1933 in Australia
MonarchyGeorge V
Governor-GeneralIsaac Isaacs
Prime ministerJoseph Lyons
Population6,629,839
ElectionsSA, WA

1933
in
Australia

Decades:
  • 1910s
  • 1920s
  • 1930s
  • 1940s
  • 1950s
See also:

Incumbents

State Premiers

State Governors

Events

Arts and literature

Film

Sport

Births

  • 2 January – Ed Casey (died 2006), banker and politician
  • 23 January – Bill Hayden, Governor-General of Australia (1989–1996)
  • 29 January – Rosemary Adey, softball player (died 2013)
  • 12 February – Brian Carlson (died 1987), rugby league footballer
  • 20 March – Ian Walsh (died 2013), rugby league footballer and coach
  • 15 April – David Martin (died 1990), Governor of New South Wales (1989–1990)
  • 27 May – Michael Crouch (died 2018), investor, water boiler manufacturer
  • 13 July – Kel O'Shea (died 2015), rugby league footballer
  • 25 July – Owen Abrahams (died 2006), Australian rules footballer
  • 27 July – Ted Whitten (died 1995), Australian rules footballer
  • 30 August – Keith Payne, soldier
  • 15 September – Monica Mauahan (died 2010), actress[2]
  • 3 October – Neale Fraser, tennis player
  • 5 October – Diane Cilento (died 2011), actress
  • 11 October – Gary O'Callaghan (died 2017), radio personality
  • 1 December – James Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank
  • 5 December – Harry Holgate (died 1997), Premier of Tasmania (1991–1992)
  • 20 December – Ted Mack, politician
  • 26 December – Ugly Dave Gray, television personality

Deaths

See also

References

  1. "Winner: Archibald Prize 1933 - Charles Wheeler". artgallery.nsw.gov.au. Art Gallery of NSW. Retrieved 19 August 2017.
  2. Carman, Gerry (9 January 2010). "'Wonderful' thespian a real trouper". Sydney Morning Herald.
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