There are now many web archiving and digital depository initiatives in Australia and overseas. The links below are to archives known to provide access to to their contents to anyone via the Web.
The National Library implemented a new web archive service, the Australian Government Web Archive, in March 2014 as a specialist collection of Commonwealth Government websites.
The State Library of Tasmania is not a PANDORA partner, but is an important contributor to the wider Australian cooperative archiving effort. It is building its own archives, Our Digital Island : Preserved Tasmanian Web Sites and STORS: Long-term storage of Tasmanian electronic documents.
The Internet Archive aims to archive the entire Web and contains sites dating back to 1996. Australian publications and web sites that have not been archived in PANDORA may be found in the Internet Archive. Free access is available to the site using the Wayback Machine
The UK Web Archive has been collecting UK websites since 2004 and providing open access to the archive contents.
The Library of Congress has been building thematic web archive collections commencing with the Election 2000 collection.
Australian e-print archives
A number of Australian universities have established e-print archives (or research repositories) to ensure ongoing access to research literature
- Australian National University Research Publications repository
- Curtin University's 'espace@Curtin' institutional research respository
- University of Queensland's 'UQ eSpace' institutional digital repository
- Monash University Research Repository
- QUT ePrints (Queensland University of Technology)
- 'Minerva Access' the gateway to the University of Melbourne's research publications
- 'Research Direct', Western Sydney University's Institutional Repository
- University of Tasmania Library Open Repository
- DRO : Deakin University's research repository
- Flinders Academic Commons
- Adelaide Research & Scholarship: University of Adelaide's institutional digital repository
- Sydney eScholarship Repository (University of Sydney)
SETIS: Australian Studies Resources creates digital editions of Australian literary and historical texts.
Australian digital theses are searchable online through Trove.