Further sources:

ABC Radio, Life Matters, ‘The Proud History of AIDS Volunteers’ featuring Shirleene Robinson, and interviewees Tess Ziems and John Bal (Sydney: ABC Radio, 2017), at

Curated and edited by Panos Couros with editorial associate Dino Hodge, You’re Not Alone: 30 Years of AIDS Councils in the Northern Territory,  (Darwin: Northern Territory AIDS & ​Hepatitis Council, 2016).

Fiona Poulton, Lucy Bracey and Katherine Sheedy, Under the Red Ribbon: Thirty years of the Victorian Aids Council / Gay Men’s Health Centre (South Yarra, Victoria: Victorian AIDS Council / Gay Men’s Health Centre, 2013).

 Northern Territory AIDS & Hepatitis Council, History Project at

Jennifer Power, Movement, Knowledge, Emotion: Gay Activism and HIV/AIDS in Australia (Canberra: ANU Press, 2011).

Rampant: How A City Stopped a Plague, 2007 [documentary].

Shirleene Robinson, ‘Recognising the Unsung Heroes of Australia’s AIDS crisis’, (The Conversation, 2017) at

Shirleene Robinson, ‘HIV/AIDS and Gay Community Print News Media in 1980s Australia’, in Out Here: Gay and Lesbian Perspectives VI, edited by Yorick Small and Graham Willett (Melbourne: Monash University Publishing), pp. 88–103, at

Paul Sendziuk, Learning to Trust: Australian Responses to AIDS (Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 2003).

Thorne Harbour Health (previously Victorian AIDS Council), ‘Our History’, (Thorne Harbour Health, 2018) at

Cheryl Ware, ‘Bearing witness to the HIV and AIDS epidemic’, (Australian Women’s History Network, 2017),

Cheryl Ware, HIV Survivors in Sydney: Memories of the Epidemic (Springer, forthcoming February 2019).

Western Australian AIDS Council: History (Western Australian AIDS Council, 2015) at

Bill Whittaker, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, Our History, (Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, 2017) at

Garry Wotherspoon, Gay Sydney: A History, 2nd edition (Sydney: New South, 2016).

*All web links above were accessed in December 2018.

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