Australian Civil War
Date 1964 - 1969
Location Australia
Result Major Australia Republican Victory
  • Australian Military Junta officially ended and Re-Democratization in 1974 to reformed as Multi-party Federal Constitutional Republic with better voting system.
  • Northern Territory has become North Australia in 1982.
  • Radical Monarchists went into hiding in the outback
  • Nation itself rebuilding over several years of fighting leave nation into damaged and rumble
  • Mostly less to non-violent Monarchists from remaining Monarchist control territories and areas in Outback fled back to Europe
  • Native Australians (Aboriginals) control Northern Australian State politics with two new political parties related to them (As to Federalized remaining the last land to "Modernized" the Post-Civil War nation)
Provisional Australian Republic (1964-1969)

Labour Party (Since 1964)
Radical Republican movements (Since "first days of Civl War")
Liberal Party (Spliter Republican group) (1966-1969)

Radical Australian Monarchists rebel groups

Pro-Monarchist Labour members
Conservative Party (Later as Liberal Party) (Paramilitary wing)

Commanders and leaders
Various Various
Total of approx. 40,000 Total of approx. 60,000
Casualties and losses
5,000 to 8,750+ 20,560

It's a civil-military and most bloody conflict in Australian history that takes place in Australia for six years with major Republican victory with making most of all monarchist rebel groups surrenders until four re-emerged from survival in Outback in the 1990s as terrorist groups want to reinstall the monarchy with their own royal family.

History Edit

1964 Edit

1965 Edit

1966 Edit

1967 Edit

1968 Edit

1969 Edit

Battles and Campaigns Edit

Anti-Republican Uprising in West Australia Edit

First Battle of Sydney Edit

Battle of Canberra Edit

Outback Wars Edit

Battles of West Australia Edit

Second Battle of Sydney Edit

Northern Australian Campaign Edit

Air Strikes at Perth and Darwin Edit

Battle of Darwin Edit

First Battle of Perth Edit

Battles of South Australia Edit