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1994 Issues

Australia Day 1994
Designer: Lynette Brown, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue was based on paintings by both Arthur Boyd & Sir Sidney Nolan.
Issued 13 January with perforation as below
  
1176-1-1 45c Shoalhaven River Bank, Dawn, by Arthur Boyd, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1177-1-1 85c Wimmera (from Mt. Arapiles) by Sir Sydney Nolan, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1178-1-1 $1.05 Lagoon, Wimmera by Sir Sydney Nolan, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1179-1-1 $2 White Cockatoo in Paddock with Flame Trees by Arthur Boyd, perforation 14 x 14.4

Centenary of Lifesaving in Australia
1894 - 1994
Lick & Stick
Part 1
Designer: Lynette Brown, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Printset Cambec
This issue highlights Lifesaving, Australia being surrounded by water, makes for some of the best surfing conditions in different areas, so the need for lifesaving is paramount, four areas of lifesaving are highlighted in these stamps.
Issued 20 January with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1180-1-1 45c Vigilance;
1181-1-1 45c Education;
1182-1-1 95c Drill;
1183-1-1 $1.20 Fitness

Centenary of Lifesaving in Australia
1894 - 1994
Peel & Stick
Part 2
Designer: Lynette Brown, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Printset Cambec
Only the two 45c stamps were released in Peel & Stick format, in a booklet of 10 & a Box of 100 were released.
Issued 20 January with perforation Die-cut Simulated

1180-1-2 45c Vigilance;
1181-1-2 45c Education

1180-1-2_1181-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover

Thinking of You - Love
Designer: S. Harman, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue was based on photograph's by Laraine Fonesca, the booklet contained 10 Poppy & Tulip stamps in Se-tenant format, the first & last stamps in the booklet were imperforate, the Single Rose was produced in it's own sheet and the $4.50 booklet was also overprinted for the Melbourne Stamp & Coin Show, 11-14 February, 1994 (shown below).   Reprints 45c Rose, 1k 1994; $4.50 Booklet 1k 1994, 2k 1996.
Issued 3 February with perforation as below
   
1184-1-1 45c Poppies, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1185-1-1 45c Tulips, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1184-1-1_1185-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair;
1186-1-1 45c Single Rose, perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1184-1-2 45c Poppies Booklet Stamp, perforation 14.6 x 13.86/Imperforate;
1185-1-2 45c Tulips Booklet Stamp, perforation 14.6 x 13.86/Imperforate
1184-1-2_1185-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover
1184-1-2_1185-1-2a BK OP $4.50 Booklet Cover
Overprinted Melbourne Stamp & Coin Show Issued 11 February 1994

Australian Wildlife Definitives
Series 5
Designer: S. Morvell - Printer: Owen King Pty. Ltd.
This issues designs shown below are the: 30c, Saltwater Crocodile; 85c, Pelican & the $1.35, Emu. 
There have been seven Australian Wildlife releases:Series 1, August, 1986;Series 2, July, 1987,Series 3, August, 1992,Series 4, August, 1993,Series 5, March, 1994 ; Series 6, Part 1, May, 1994; Series 6, Part 2, May, 1994; Series 7, Part 1, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 2, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 3, March, 1999; Series 7, Part 4, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 5, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 6, January, 2004; Series 7, Part 7, February, 2004; Series 7, Part 8, May, 2004; Series 7, Part 9, September, 2004;  Series 7 are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.    Reprints 30c, 1k 1996; 85c, 1k 1996, 2k 1996, 3k 1997, 4k 1997.
Issued 10 March with perforation 14 x 14.4

1187-1-1 30c Saltwater Crocodile;
1188-1-1 85c Pelican;
1189-1-1 $1.35 Emu

Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Sue Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Photography: B. Beirne - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue celebrates the 68th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the design was based on a portrait of Her Majesty by Sir William Dargie in 1934, which hangs in Parliament House, Canberra.
Issued 8 April with perforation 14.6 x 14.4

1190-1-1 45c Queen Elizabeth II

Opening of the Friendship Bridge, Thailand - Laos
Joint Issue: Australia, Laos & Thailand
Designer: W. Crossett - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue celebrates the opening of the Friendship Bridge between Thailand & Laos in 1994, the stamp was a joint issue between Laos, Thailand & Australia.
Issued 8 April with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1191-1-1 95c Thailand - Laos Friendship Bridge

Australian Wildlife Definitives
Series 6, Part 1
Lick & Stick
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issues designs are of a Red Kangaroo; a Kangaroo & Joey; Eastern Grey Kangaroos; a Koala Family; a Koala on the Ground & a Koala in a Tree, a SPECIAL sheetlet of the six stamps was produced and overprinted for the PHILAKOREA Stamp Expo, 19-25 August 1994 (nine issues down), a SPECIAL Miniature Sheetlet was also overprinted for China '96, 9th Asian International Exhibition, Beijing, 18-24 May, 1996, but this sheetlet only contained the three Kangaroo's.   
There have been seven Australian Wildlife releases:Series 1, August, 1986;Series 2, July, 1987,Series 3, August, 1992,Series 4, August, 1993,Series 5, March, 1994 ; Series 6, Part 1, May, 1994; Series 6, Part 2, May, 1994; Series 7, Part 1, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 2, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 3, March, 1999; Series 7, Part 4, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 5, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 6, January, 2004; Series 7, Part 7, February, 2004; Series 7, Part 8, May, 2004; Series 7, Part 9, September, 2004.  Series 7 are the Counter Printed range of this design, as although they are the same designs, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.    Reprints 1k 1995; 2k 1996, 3k 1997.
Issued 12 May with perforation 14 x 14.4
    
1195-1-1 45c Red Kangaroo;
1196-1-1 45c Kangaroo & Joey;
1197-1-1 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos;
1198-1-1 45c Koala Family;
1199-1-1 45c Koala on the Ground;
1200-1-1 45c Koala in a Tree

1195-1-1_1200-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block of Six
 
1195-1-1_1200-1-1R SS Se-tenant Block of Six (1996 Second Reprint)

Australian Wildlife Definitives
Series 6, Part 2
Peel & Stick
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printers: as below
This issues designs are the same as Part 1, but the perforation is simulated die-cut, they were released in boxes of 100, 200 & Booklets of 10, the boxes of 100 were printed by both Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd & Printset Cambec Pty. Ltd, the boxes of 200 by Printset Cambec Pty. Ltd only, while the booklets were only printed by Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
There have been seven Australian Wildlife releases:Series 1, August, 1986;Series 2, July, 1987,Series 3, August, 1992,Series 4, August, 1993,Series 5, March, 1994 ; Series 6, Part 1, May, 1994; Series 6, Part 2, May, 1994; Series 7, Part 1, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 2, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 3, March, 1999; Series 7, Part 4, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 5, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 6, January, 2004; Series 7, Part 7, February, 2004; Series 7, Part 8, May, 2004; Series 7, Part 9, September, 2004;  Series 7 are the Counter Printed range of this design, as although they are the same designs, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.   Reprints:    Boxes 1k 1994; 2k 1995, 3k 1996; 4k 1996; 1R 1997; 1R1k 1997; 1R2k 1997, Booklets 1k 1994; 2k 1995; 3k 1996; 4k 1996; 1R 1997; 1R1k 1997; 1R1k 1997; 1R3k 1998.
Issued 12 May with perforation Die-cut Simulated
  
1195-1-2 45c Red Kangaroo;
1196-1-2 45c Kangaroo & Joey;
1197-1-2 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos;
1198-1-2 45c Koala Family;
1199-1-2 45c Koala on Ground;
1200-1-2 45c Koala in a Tree

1195-1-2_1200-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover
1195-1-2_1200-1-2 SH $2.25 Miniature Sheetlet of 5

International Year of the Family
Designer: Lynette Brown, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue was based on illustrations by Bobbie-Lea Blackmore, aged 6 years, 45c; Kathryn Teoh, aged 9 years, 75c & Maree McCarthy, aged 11 years, $1, all were representations of their own families, also shown below is a 45c without the white background (it's a light yellow), the back of the stamp is white, so cannot be a bleed through from a yellow envelope, it is also slightly higher than the original issue.  It maybe from a prestige booklet or some other issue, but I have not confirmed anything at this time, I have listed it with an "a" suffix until I learn anything new.
Issued 15 May with perforation 14.4 x 14.6
   
1192-1-1 45c Bobbie-lea Blackmore;
1192-1-1a 45c Bobbie-Lea Blackmore (yellow background);
1193-1-1 75c Kathryn Teoh;
1194-1-1 $1 Maree McCarthy

Centenary of Women's Vote
Designer: M. Smith - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue celebrates 100 years since women were allowed to vote in Australia, the design is women campaigning for the vote.
Issued 9 June with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1201-1-1 45c Women Campaigning

Frama Labels
Australian Fauna - Emu
Overprinted FAMILY '94
Vending Machine Issue
Designer: Cozzonlino/Ellett Design D'Vision Pty. Ltd. - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the seventh in the Australian fauna series (the Emu) was overprinted six times. 
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issue 12, Farewell Frama, January, 2003.
Issued 11 June with perforation Imperforate

1087-6-9 OP 45c Emu Frama Overprinted FAMILY '94

Wetlands & Waterways Booklet
Overprinted
Queensland Stamp & Coin Show '94
Designer: Sue Passmore - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue based on Australian Wetlands which was released in January, 1992, with 14.5 x Imperforate, perforation in the initial & then first reprint (1992 also), then 13.88 x Imperforate for the second reprint (1994, but listed with the January, 1992 issues). There were four overprints: Canberra Stamp Show, March, 1992; Columbian World Stamp Expo, Chicago '92, May, 1992; Australian Stamp Exhibition '93, Kaohsiung, April, 1993; Queensland Stamp & Coin Show, June 1994 (shown below)
(It has been reported that booklets were issued overprinted for Kaohsiung with the 13.88 perforation, but I have not confirmed this)
Issued 12 June with perforation either 13.88 x Imperforate or 14.5 x Imperforate

1089-1-1_1090-1-1a BK OP4 $2 Booklet Cover Overprinted Queensland Stamp & Coin Show

Australian Bunyips
Designer: as below - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The designers for this set were (in order), J. Morrison, David Lancashire, R. Brooks & Marg Towt, the designs are: 45c, The Nature Spirit Bunyip, 45c, A Bunyip of Aboriginal Legend, 90c, The Bunyip of Berkeley's Creek, $1.35, The Bunyip of Natural History, only the two 45c stamps were released as a Se-tenant pair.
Issued 14 July with perforation 14.4
 
1202-1-1 45c The Nature Bunyip;
1203-1-1 45c A Bunyip of Aboriginal Legend;
1202-1-1_1203-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair;
1204-1-1 90c The Bunyip of Berkeley's Creek;
1205-1-1 $1.35 The Bunyip of Natural History
1202-1-1_1203-1-1 GS East/West Gutter Strip of 4

Portrait's of Wartime Prime Ministers
Designer: FHA Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This release shows five of Australia's wartime Prime Ministers, Sir Robert Menzies, Arthur Fadden, John Curtin, Francis Forde & Ben Chifley, all five were produced in a Se-tenant strip, two of the stamps below (1206 & 1208) were reproduced on 21 April, 2005 as a sheetlet, being a part of the Australia and War Prestige Booklet issue (page 12).
Issued 11 August with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1206-1-1 45c Sir Robert (Bob) Gordon Menzies;
1207-1-1 45c Arthur William Fadden;
1208-1-1 45c John Joseph Curtin;
1209-1-1 45c Francis Michael Forde;
1210-1-1 45c Joseph Benedict (Ben) Chifley
 
1206-1-1_1210-1-1 SS Se-tenant Strip of Five

Threatened Species
Series 2, Part 5
Counter Printed
literal: PhilaKorea
First Print
Designer: Betina Ogden - Printer: Pemara Labels
The Original issue (Series 1, Parts1 & 2) were both, issued January, 1992, this release a part of series 2, is the Counter Printed variety (there were 6 issues over 5 locations), this issue although the same basic design as the Threatened Species (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2) this set is different, the same stamps are longer than the previous issue, values were different as these stamps could be printed with any value between 45c and $100.00, a Literal was also printed to identify where the stamp was purchased (I.E. the National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne being NPC1), this set of six Counter Printed stamps were printed at five locations; Part 1, NPC1, National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne, Victoria on 21 June, 1993; Part 2, ACT93, Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 23 October, 1993; Part 3, RX1, Royal Exchange, Sydney, N.S.W. on 8 November, 1993;Part 4, CPH1, Canberra Parliament House, Canberra A.C.T. on 20 December, 1993; Parts 5 & 6, PhilaKorea (below)
Issued 19 August with perforation Die-cut simulated
   
1081-6-1 CP 45c Parma Wallaby, literal: PhilaKorea;
1082-6-1 CP 45c Ghost Bat, literal: PhilaKorea;
1083-6-1 CP 45c Long-tailed Dunnart, literal: PhilaKorea;
1084-6-1 CP 45c Little Pigmy-possum, literal: PhilaKorea;
1085-6-1 CP 45c Dusky Hopping-mouse, literal: PhilaKorea;
1086-6-1 CP 45c Squirrel Glider, literal: PhilaKorea

Threatened Species
Series 2, Part 6
Counter Printed
literal: PhilaKorea
Second Print
Designer: Betina Ogden - Printer: Pemara Labels
The Original issue (Series 1, Parts1 & 2) were both, issued January, 1992, this release a part of series 2, is the Counter Printed variety (there were 6 issues over 5 locations), this issue although the same basic design as the Threatened Species (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2) this set is different, the same stamps are longer than the previous issue, values were different as these stamps could be printed with any value between 45c and $100.00, a Literal was also printed to identify where the stamp was purchased (I.E. the National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne being NPC1), this set of six Counter Printed stamps were printed at five locations; Part 1, NPC1, National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne, Victoria on 21 June, 1993; Part 2, ACT93, Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 23 October, 1993; Part 3, RX1, Royal Exchange, Sydney, N.S.W. on 8 November, 1993;Part 4, CPH1, Canberra Parliament House, Canberra A.C.T. on 20 December, 1993; Parts 5 & 6, PhilaKorea, Korean Exhibition, on 19-24 August, 1994.
Issued 19 August with perforation Die-cut simulated
   
1081-6-2 CP 45c Parma Wallaby, literal: PhilaKorea;
1082-6-2 CP 45c Ghost Bat, literal: PhilaKorea;
1083-6-2 CP 45c Long-tailed Dunnart, literal: PhilaKorea;
1084-6-2 CP 45c Little Pigmy-possum, literal: PhilaKorea;
1085-6-2 CP 45c Dusky Hopping-mouse, literal: PhilaKorea;
1086-6-2 CP 45c Squirrel Glider, literal: PhilaKorea

Australian Wildlife
Series 6, Part 3
Overprinted
PHILAKOREA1994
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
These two sheetlets were produced & overprinted for the PHILAKOREA Stamp Expo, 19-25 August 1994, and released as sheet 1 & 2 the stamps come from Series 6, Part 1, May, 1994.
There have been seven Australian Wildlife releases:Series 1, August, 1986;Series 2, July, 1987,Series 3, August, 1992,Series 4, August, 1993,Series 5, March, 1994 ; Series 6, Part 1, May, 1994; Series 6, Part 2, May, 1994; Series 7, Part 1, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 2, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 3, March, 1999; Series 7, Part 4, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 5, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 6, January, 2004; Series 7, Part 7, February, 2004; Series 7, Part 8, May, 2004; Series 7, Part 9, September, 2004;  Series 7 are the Counter Printed, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.
Issued 19 August with perforation 14 x 14.4

1195-1-1_1200-1-1 SS OP Se-tenant Block of Six Sheet 1, Overprinted PHILAKOREA '94
1195-1-1_1200-1-1 SS OP1 Se-tenant Block of Six Sheet 2, Overprinted PHILAKOREA '94

Aviation History
Designer: C, Slania, Sweden - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue shows a highlight of Australia's aviation history, showing some of the men & women who made aviation possible in Australia, 45c, Lawrence Hargraves 1894, 45c, Ross & Keith Smith 1919, $1.35, Ivor McIntyre & Stanley Goble 1924, $1.80, Freda Thompson 1934, an aviation history four stamp black plate proof was overprinted AEROPEX '94 for the National Aero/Astro Exhibition, Adelaide 18 - 20 November, 1994 (twelve issues down).
Issued 29 August with perforation 12.32

1211-1-1 45c Lawrence Hargraves 1894;
1212-1-1 45c Ross & Keith Smith 1919;
1213-1-1 $1.35 Ivor McIntyre & Stanley Goble 1924;
1214-1-1 $1.80 Freda Thompson 1934

Frama Labels
Issue 9
Waratah
Vending Machine Issue
Designer: S. Robinson - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The label Issue 9, is the Waratah, the Waratah is the State emblem for New South Wales.   
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels, this label was overprinted four times.
Issued 8 September with perforation Imperforate
  
1215-1-1 45c Sydney 2000 postcode;
1215-1-2 45c Canberra 2601 postcode;
1215-1-3 45c Melbourne 3000 postcode;
1215-1-4 45c Brisbane 4000 postcode;
1215-1-5 45c Adelaide 5000 postcode
 
1215-1-6 45c Darwin 0800 postcode;
1215-1-7 45c Perth 6000 postcode;
1215-1-8 45c Hobart 7000 postcode;
1215-1-9 45c Other Offices Imprint A25;
1215-1-9a $1.20 Other Offices Imprint B34

Zoos, Endangered Species
Part 1
Lick & Stick
Designer: Geoff Cook - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue highlights Endangered Species, the world's zoo's have been breeding a number of animals back to life from near extinction, featured are the Scarlet Macaw, Cheetah, Fijian Crested Iguana, Orang-utan & the Asian Elephant, a number of other animals, birds & insects are featured on the Miniature Sheet (but not on the stamps), the Miniature Sheet is also a different perforation to the sheet stamps, the miniature sheet was also Overprinted four times that I am aware of, the Sydney Stamp and Coin Show, 30 September to 2 October, 1994; Brisbane Stamp Show Zoos, October 21-23, 1994; Stampshow '94 Melbourne, October 27-30, 1994, National State Centennial Exhibition 1894 - 1994; Stamp Show 94, Fremantle Convention Centre 5-6 November 1994 (all listed below).
Issued 28 September with perforation as below

1216-1-1 45c Scarlet Macaw, perforation 14 x 14.4;
1217-1-1 45c Cheetah, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1218-1-1 45c Fijian Crested Iguana, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1219-1-1 45c Orang-utan, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1220-1-1 $1 Asian Elephant, perforation 14.4 x 14
  
1216-1-2 45c Scarlet Macaw, Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4;
1217-1-2 45c Cheetah, Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4;
1218-1-2 45c Fijian Crested Iguana, Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4;
1219-1-2 45c Orang-utan, Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4;
1220-1-2 $1 Asian Elephant, Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4

1216-1-2_1220-1-2 MS Miniature Sheet
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 30 September 1994
 
1216-1-2_1220-1-2 MS OP1 Miniature Sheet
Overprinted Sydney Stamp and Coin Show
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 21 October 1994
1216-1-2_1220-1-2 MS OP2 Miniature Sheet
Overprinted Brisbane Stamp Shows - Zoos
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 27 October 1994
1216-1-2_1220-1-2 MS OP3 Miniature Sheet
Overprinted Stampshow '94 - Melbourne
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 5 November 1994
1216-1-2_1220-1-2 MS OP4 Miniature Sheet
Overprinted Stamp Show 94 - Fremantle Convention Centre

Zoos, Endangered Species
Part 2
Peel & Stick
Designer: Geoff Cook - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This is Part 2 of Zoos, Endangered Species & only the first two of the original five stamps were produced in the peel & stick $4.50 booklet, the 45c Scarlet Macaw & the 45c Cheetah, the background is also different to the sheet & miniature sheet stamps.
Issued 28 September with perforation Die-cut Simulated
 
1216-1-3 45c Scarlet Macaw, Booklet Stamp;
1217-1-3 45c Cheetah, Booklet Stamp

1216-1-3_1217-1-3a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover

Frama Labels
Australian Fauna - Waratah
Overprinted
ZOOS '94
Vending Machine Issue
Designer: S. Robinson - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the Waratah was overprinted ZOOS '94, to go with the Zoos, Endangered Species series. 
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issued 21 October with perforation Imperforate

1215-1-9 OP 45c Frama ZOOS '94 Overprint (used);
1215-1-9a OP 45c Frama ZOOS '94 Overprint (mint)

50th Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race
Part 1
Lick & Stick
Designer: John Spatchurst - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The two designs for these stamps show the start of the race 1221-1-1 (with Sydney Harbour in the background) and the closing on the finish 1222-1-1 (with the Tasmanian Coast in the background), both stamps are 45c, part 1 was release Se-tenant, also released in Peel & Stick (see part 2 below, next listing)
Issued 31 October with perforation 14.4 x 14.62

1221-1-1 45c Sydney Harbour;
1222-1-1 45c Tasmanian Coast;
1221-1-1_1222-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair

50th Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race
Part 2
Peel & Stick
Designer: John Spatchurst - Printer: Printset Cambec Pty. Ltd.
This pair was released in a box of 100, a collectors pack was also released.
Issued 31 October with perforation Die-cut Simulated

1221-1-2 45c Sydney Harbour;
1222-1-2 45c Tasmanian Coast

Christmas 1994
Designer: Lisa Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
The design for this release was based on a Giovanni Toscani painting "The Adoration of the Magi, the first three stamps 40c, 45c & $1 are detail, while the $1.80 shows the full image, the 40c stamp was also released in an $8 booklet containing 20 stamps.
Issued 31 October with perforation as below

1223-1-1 40c Madonna & Child, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1223-1-2 40c Madonna & Child Booklet Stamp, perforation 14.6 x 13.86/Imperforate;
1224-1-1 45c The Magi, perforation 13.86 x 14.6;
1225-1-1 $1 Joseph & the Magi, perforation 13.86 x 14.6;
1226-1-1 $1.80 The Adoration of the Magi, perforation 14.4  x 14

1223-1-2a BK $8 Booklet Cover

Automatic Teller Machine Sheetlets
Peel & Stick
Designer: ? - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue was only available from Advance Bank Teller Machines, to begin with twelve Advance Bank ATM's (11 in Sydney and 1 in Melbourne), then over 150 in New South Wales, approximately 20 in the Australian Capital Territory and 30 in Melbourne, triangular in design they all featured the Australian Made Logo, another issue of this type was in April, 1996, that set issued by St. George Bank Teller Machines, I have been supplied an image of a test sheet printed to test this release, the image is shown below, simply as 'TEST SHEET', it seems that all were supposed to be destroyed, but low and behold a small number made it unto the market, I am not sure when they were tested as I do not have any details but those supplied by the supplier of the image, you will however notice that the image of the roo is facing left instead of right as in the below stamps.
Issued 2 November with perforation Die-cut Simulated
  
1227-1-1 45c Emerald;
1227-2-1 45c Blue;
1227-3-1 45c Violet;
1227-4-1 45c Dark Green

1227-5-1 45c Light Green;
1227-6-1 45c Light Pink;
1227-7-1 45c Dark Pink;
1227-8-1 45c Yellow

1227-1-1_1227-8-1 SH $9 ATM Sheetlet of 20 stamps
1227-1-2_1227-8-2 SH TEST SHEET

Australian Wildlife Definitives
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: NPC (National Philatelic Centre)
Series 7, Part 1
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed Stamps were produced at the NPC (National Philatelic Centre). This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any values from 45c to $100.00 available & the identifying post office printed on the stamp.  i.e. This stamp is Haymarket. 
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at series 7: Series 7, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1994; Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, June, issued during 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998Series 12, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; ; Series 17, Parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, Parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, Parts 1 & 2, issued during, 2006; Series 20, 2007,  none known; Series 21, 2008, none known; Series 22, parts 1 & 2 issued during 2009Series 23, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, 2011, none known; Series 25, part 1, issued 1 March, 2012.
Series 7 onward are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.
Issued 18 November with perforation Die-cut simulated
  
1195-2-1 CP 45c Red Kangaroo, literal NPC;
1196-2-1 CP 45c Kangaroo & Joey, literal NPC;
1197-2-1 CP 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal NPC;
1198-2-1 CP 45c Koala Family, literal NPC;
1199-2-1 CP 45c Koala on the Ground, literal NPC;
1200-2-1 CP 45c Koala in a Tree, literal NPC

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: Haymarket
Series 7, Part 2
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed Stamps were produced at the Haymarket Post Office. This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any values from 45c to $100.00 available & the identifying post office printed on the stamp.  i.e. This stamp is Haymarket. 
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at series 7: Series 7, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1994; Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, June, issued during 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998Series 12, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; ; Series 17, Parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, Parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, Parts 1 & 2, issued during, 2006; Series 20, 2007,  none known; Series 21, 2008, none known; Series 22, parts 1 & 2 issued during 2009Series 23, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, 2011, none known; Series 25, part 1, issued 1 March, 2012.
Series 7 onward are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.
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Issued 18 November with perforation Die-cut simulated

1195-2-2 CP 45c Red Kangaroo, literal HAYMKT (Haymarket);
1196-2-2 CP 45c Kangaroo & Joey, literal HAYMKT (Haymarket);
1197-2-2 CP 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal HAYMKT (Haymarket);
1198-2-2 CP 45c Koala Family, literal HAYMKT (Haymarket);
1199-2-2 CP 45c Koala on Ground, literal HAYMKT (Haymarket);
1200-2-2 CP 45c Koala in Tree, literal HAYMKT (Haymarket)

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: Brisbane G.P.O.
Series 7, Part 3
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed Stamps were produced at the Brisbane G.P.O. This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any values from 45c to $100.00 available & the identifying post office printed on the stamp. 
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at series 7: Series 7, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1994; Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, June, issued during 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998Series 12, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; ; Series 17, Parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, Parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, Parts 1 & 2, issued during, 2006; Series 20, 2007,  none known; Series 21, 2008, none known; Series 22, parts 1 & 2 issued during 2009Series 23, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, 2011, none known; Series 25, part 1, issued 1 March, 2012.
Series 7 onward are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, these stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.
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Issued 18 November with perforation Die-cut simulated

1195-2-3 CP 45c Red Kangaroo, literal BRIS GPO (Brisbane GPO);
1196-2-3 CP 45c Kangaroo & Joey, literal BRIS GPO (Brisbane GPO);
1197-2-3 CP 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal BRIS GPO (Brisbane GPO);
1198-2-3 CP 45c Koala Family, literal BRIS GPO (Brisbane GPO);
1199-2-3 CP 45c Koala on Ground, literal BRIS GPO (Brisbane GPO);
1200-2-3 CP 45c Koala in Tree, literal BRIS GPO (Brisbane GPO)

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: REX
Series 7, Part 4
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed Stamps were produced at the REX, Royal Exchange,Sydney. This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any values from 45c to $100.00 available & the identifying post office printed on the stamp. 
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at series 7: Series 7, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1994; Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, June, issued during 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998Series 12, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; ; Series 17, Parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, Parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, Parts 1 & 2, issued during, 2006; Series 20, 2007,  none known; Series 21, 2008, none known; Series 22, parts 1 & 2 issued during 2009Series 23, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, 2011, none known; Series 25, part 1, issued 1 March, 2012.
Series 7 onward are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.
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Issued 18 November with perforation Die-cut simulated

1195-2-4 CP 45c Red Kangaroo, literal REX;
1196-2-4 CP 45c Kangaroo & Joey, literal REX;
1197-2-4 CP 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal REX;
1198-2-4 CP 45c Koala Family, literal REX;
1199-2-4 CP 45c Koala on Ground, literal REX;
1200-2-4 CP 45c Koala in Tree, literal REX

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: CPH
Series 7, Part 5
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed Stamps were produced at the CPH. This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any values from 45c to $100.00 available & the identifying post office printed on the stamp
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at series 7: Series 7, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1994; Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, June, issued during 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998Series 12, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; ; Series 17, Parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, Parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, Parts 1 & 2, issued during, 2006; Series 20, 2007,  none known; Series 21, 2008, none known; Series 22, parts 1 & 2 issued during 2009Series 23, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, 2011, none known; Series 25, part 1, issued 1 March, 2012.
Series 7 onward are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.
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Issued 18 November with perforation Die-cut simulated

1195-2-5 CP 45c Red Kangaroo, literal CPH;
1196-2-5 CP 45c Kangaroo & Joey, literal CPH;
1197-2-5 CP 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal CPH;
1198-2-5 CP 45c Koala Family, literal CPH;
1199-2-5 CP 45c Koala on Ground, literal CPH;
1200-2-5 CP 45c Koala in Tree, literal CPH

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: AEROPEX, 18-20 November, 1994
Series 7, Part 6
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed Stamps were produced at the AEROPEX 1994 Stamp Exhibition. This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any values from 45c to $100.00 available & the identifying post office printed on the stamp.  i.e. This stamp is Aeropex '94. 
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at series 7: Series 7, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1994; Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, June, issued during 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998Series 12, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; ; Series 17, Parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, Parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, Parts 1 & 2, issued during, 2006; Series 20, 2007,  none known; Series 21, 2008, none known; Series 22, parts 1 & 2 issued during 2009Series 23, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, 2011, none known;Series 25, part 1, issued 1 March, 2012.
Series 7 onward are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.
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Issued 18 November with perforation Die-cut simulated

1195-2-6 CP 45c Red Kangaroo, literal AEROPEX;
1196-2-6 CP 45c Kangaroo & Joey, literal AEROPEX;
1197-2-6 CP 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal AEROPEX;
1198-2-6 CP 45c Koala Family, literal AEROPEX;
1199-2-6 CP 45c Koala on Ground, literal AEROPEX;
1200-2-6 CP 45c Koala in Tree, literal AEROPEX

Frama Labels
Australian Fauna - Waratah
Overprinted
AEROPEX '94
Vending Machine Issue
Designer: S. Robinson - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the Waratah was overprinted for the AEROPEX '94 National Aero/Astro Exhibition, 18-20 November, 1994. 
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issued 18 November with perforation Imperforate

1215-2-9 OP $1 Waratah Frama Overprinted AEROPEX '94 Imprint C30
1215-2-9a OP $1 Waratah Frama Overprinted AEROPEX '94 Imprint C29

Aviation History
Overprinted
AEROPEX '94
Designer: C, Slania, Sweden - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The issue was originally released in August, 1994 (twelve issues up), this aviation history 4 stamp black plate proof set was overprinted for AEROPEX '94 National Aero/Astro Exhibition, Adelaide 18-20 November, 1994.
Issued 18 November with perforation 12.32

1211-1-1_1214-1-1 SS OP Four stamp Black Plate Proof Set Overprinted AEROPEX '94

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: Melbourne G.P.O.
Series 7, Part 7
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed Stamps were produced at the Melbourne G.P.O. This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any values from 45c to $100.00 available & the identifying post office printed on the stamp.
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at series 7: Series 7, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1994; Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, June, issued during 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998Series 12, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; ; Series 17, Parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, Parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, Parts 1 & 2, issued during, 2006; Series 20, 2007,  none known; Series 21, 2008, none known; Series 22, parts 1 & 2 issued during 2009Series 23, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, 2011, none known; Series 25, part 1, issued 1 March, 2012.
Series 7 onward are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.
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Issued 7 December with perforation Die-cut simulated

1195-2-7 CP 45c Red Kangaroo, literal MELB GPO (Melbourne GPO);
1196-2-7 CP 45c Kangaroo & Joey, literal MELB GPO (Melbourne GPO);
1197-2-7 CP 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal MELB GPO (Melbourne GPO);
1198-2-7 CP 45c Koala Family, literal MELB GPO (Melbourne GPO);
1199-2-7 CP 45c Koala on Ground, literal MELB GPO (Melbourne GPO);
1200-2-7 CP 45c Koala in Tree, literal MELB GPO (Melbourne GPO)

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
WITHOUT literal
Series 7, Part 8
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels
I am not sure where this issue of Counter Printed Stamps were produce.   This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any values from 45c to $100.00 available & the identifying post office printed on the stamp.
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at series 7: Series 7, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1994; Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, June, issued during 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998Series 12, Parts 1 through 7, issued during, 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; ; Series 17, Parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, Parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, Parts 1 & 2, issued during, 2006; Series 20, 2007,  none known; Series 21, 2008, none known; Series 22, parts 1 & 2 issued during 2009Series 23, Parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, 2011, none known; Series 25, part 1, issued 1 March, 2012.
Series 7 onward are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.
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Issued during 1994 with perforation Die-cut simulated

1195-2-8 CP 45c Red Kangaroo, WITHOUT literal;
1196-2-8 CP 45c Kangaroo & Joey, WITHOUT literal;
1197-2-8 CP 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroos, WITHOUT literal;
1198-2-8 CP 45c Koala Family, WITHOUT literal;
1199-2-8 CP 45c Koala on Ground, WITHOUT literal;
1200-2-8 CP 45c Koala in Tree, WITHOUT literal