The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (UK) is the most important document for the modern nation of Australia.

The Constitution expresses our understanding of ourselves as a democratic nation.

The Constitution is an agreement among the six colonies of the 1890s about what powers would be granted to the new federal parliament of Australia and how they should be exercised.

Constitution for a Nation is the story of the 10 tumultuous years (1890–1900) of the creation of the Constitution, the people, the conventions, the arguments, the passion and the politics that created your Constitution.

Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website contains names and images of people who have died.