...for artistic works, copyright lasts for the life of the artist plus 70 years, and publication status is irrelevant..
Once copyright expires, there are no longer any copyright-related restrictions on its copying or re-use.
This is sometimes referred to as being in the public domain.
Source: National Library of Australia ...Australia-US Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA) amendments 2005
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Traditional groupsEarly photographs of Ngadjonji and other rainforest aborigines
without any obvious European influences.
Early contactPhotographs showing some of the early adaptations
of the Ngadjonji to the arrival of the White Man.
Traditional activitiesPhotographs showing some of the traditional activities
of the Ngadjonji and other rainforest aborigines.
ExilePhotographs showing some of the Missions and Settlements
to which the Ngadjonji were (usually unwillingly) exiled.
Traditional artefactsPhotographs showing various tools and other artefacts
traditionally produced and used by the Ngadjonji.
SurvivalPhotographs illustrating some of the ways in which the Ngadjonji
managed to survive the coming of the white man.