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Burke & Wills Web is the largest digital research archive of records of the Burke and Wills Expedition of 1860-1. It is an historical research resource and is committed to making the archive material relating to the expedition available to interested parties for non-commercial educational and research purposes only.
If you would like a printed copy of any of the material found on Burke & Wills Web, please email with your requirements and subject to the Copyright Act 1968 (Australia) including the Copyright Amendment (Digital Agenda) Act 2000 (Act No. 110 of 2000) and Copyright Amendment (Moral Rights) Act 2000 (Act No. 159 of 2000), a copy will be supplied.
Because Burke & Wills Web is a not-for-profit, community-based resource, copies will be charged at cost price only.
Burke & Wills Web can supply colour printed copies, bound or unbound, digital copies in pdf format (readable with Adobe® Acrobat Reader X). These digital copies can be emailed, downloaded from the web or mailed to you on USB Thumb-Drive, SD Memory Card, SD Micro-Memory Card, CD or DVD-ROM.
Melbourne to the Gulf: A brief history
by Dave Phoenix can be downloaded as an ebook.
A successful exploration through the interior of Australia
by William John Wills has been digitised by Project Gutenberg.
Robert O'Hara Burke and the Australian Exploring Expedition
by Andrew Jackson digitised by Google Books.
McKinlay's Journal of Exploration into the Interior of Australia
by John McKinlay has been digitised by Project Gutenberg.
Journal of Landsboroughs Expedition from Carpentaria in search of Burke and Wills
by William Landsborough has been digitised by Project Gutenberg.
Journal of Mr Walker
by Frederick Walker has been digitised by Project Gutenberg.
Progress Reports and Final Reports of the Exploration Committee
by the Royal Society of Victoria has been digitised by Burke & Wills Web.
Burke and Wills Commission.
Report of the Commissioners appointed to enquire into and report upon the circumstances connected with the sufferings and death of Robert O'Hara Burke and William John Wills, the Victorian Explorers
has been digitised by Burke & Wills Web.