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1996 Issues

Australia Day
Designer: Susan Hovah, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue celebrates Australia Day with the release of four stamps, all being reproduced paintings: the 45c, West Australian Banksia (c. 1929) by Margaret Preston (1875-1963) held by the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the 85c, The Babe is Wise (1940) by Lina Bryans OAM, this painting was a gift to the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne by Miss Jean Campbell in 1962; the $1, The Bridge in Curve (1930) by Grace Crossington Smith AO, OBE (1892-1984), this painting was also a gift to the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne by the National Gallery Society of Victoria in 1967; the $1.20, Beach Umbrella (1933) by Vida Lahey MBE (1882-1968), this paintinmg was a gift by Ann Gruen in memory of her mother, Margret Darvall in 1970 to the Queensland Art Gallery.
Issued 16 January with perforation as below

1278-1-1 45c West Australian Banksia, perforation 14 x 14.4;
1279-1-1 85c The Babe is Wise, perforation 14 x 14.4;
1280-1-1 $1 The Bridge in Curve, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1281-1-1 $1.20 Beach Umbrella, perforation 14.4 x 14

Hearts & Roses
Illustrator: Kim Roberts, Melbourne - Designer: Sandra Harman, Australia Post Graphic Design 
Printers: SNP Cambec with Embossing by Avon Graphics Pty. Ltd.
This issue has heart shaped colour control images along the gutter, the heart central feature is also embossed in gold, the background feature are roses, issued as the perfect accompaniment for that special occasion.
Issued 30 January with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1282-1-1 45c Hearts & Roses

Military Aviation
Illustrator: Norm Clifford, Melbourne - Designer: Melinda Whitechurch, Australia Post Graphic Design
Expert Advisor: Mark Clayton, Melbourne - Printer: SNP Cambec
This issue highlights six aviation units used by the Australian military over the years in four stamps, all 45c in value, the Beaufighter A8-23 (coded EH-N) used by No.
31 Squadron from October 1944 & the Kittyhawk A29-480, Old Crow which was used by No. 5 Squadron in Bougainville; the Fairey AS.5FR.5 Firefly were used by the No. 817 Squadron & the Hawker FB. 11 Sea Fury, these aircraft were the first Australian naval aircraft to see action flown by the RAN's 805 & 808 Squadrons, the HMAS Sydney represented the British Naval Foprces in the Korean war zone of 1951, the carrier was in the area for 64 days losing eight Furies and three Fireflies over that time, two of the lost planes are represented on the stamp, Squadron 817's WB358 Firefly and the Squadron 805's VX728 Sea Fury; the Bell OH-58 Kiowa Helicopter, the first Helicopter used in Vietnam was the fixed wing Pilatus Porters helicopeters, but they proved unsuited to the Vietnamese terrain and were replaced be Kiowa; the McDonnell Douglas Hornet featured on this stamp is the A21-101 which flew across the Pacific non-stop in 1985, arriving at Williamstown RAAF Base on 17 May, 1985, the badges of the Combined Services; Royal Australian Navy; The Australian Army; Royal Australian Air Force & a second Combined Services Insignia appear in the gutter.  The Beaufighter, along with the Kittyhawk, was Australia's choice as its frontline attack aircraft during WWII, the Hawker Sea Fury & the Fairey Firefly, were both Carrier borne fighter aircraft; the Bell Kiowa Helicopter was produced as a lightweight "fighter" helicopter cable of many different roles & the McDonnell Douglas Hornet is a multi-role fighter, the first two stamps below (1283 and 1284) were reproduced on 21 April, 2005 as a sheetlet being a part of the Australia and War Prestige Booklet issue (page 18).
Issued 26 February with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1283-1-1 45c Beaufighter & Kittyhawk;
1284-1-1 45c Firefly & Sea Fury;
1285-1-1 45c Bell Kiowa Helicopter;
1286-1-1 45c McDonnell Douglas Hornet Jet Fighter

1283-1-1_1286-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block of Four

World Heritage Areas
Designer: Dianne Cook, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Cambec
Australia is filled with natural areas of wonder, many listed as World Heritage sites, this issue shows only four, 45c, The Tasmanian Wilderness; 75c, The Willandra Lakes; 95c, The Naracoorte Fossil Cave; $1 & the Lord Howe Island Group.  There are areas of Tasmania's wilderness that are so remote, man has never set foot there; the Willandra Lakes Region is an extensive area that contains a system of ancient lakes, located in the Murray Basin area of far south western New South Wales; the Naracoorte Caves National Park, South Australia's only World Heritage Site, it is located in the Limestone Coast tourism region in the south east of South Australia; the Lord Howe Island Group is comprised of Lord Howe Island, Admiralty Islands, Mutton Bird Islands, Ball's Pyramid, and associated coral reefs and marine environments, it is located 700 kilometres north-east of Sydney and covers an area of 1,463 square kilometres.
Issued 14 March with perforation 14.4 x 14

1287-1-1 45c Tasmanian Wilderness;
1288-1-1 75c Willandra Lakes;
1289-1-1 95c Narracoorte Fossil Cave;
1290-1-1 $1 Lord Howe Island

Cuscuses
Joint Issue with Indonesia

Designer: J. Muré, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Cambec
The Common Spotted Cuscus is a marsupial that lives in the Cape York Peninsula region of Australia and New Guinea, while the Indonesian Bear Cuscus is found only on Sulawesi and the Talaut Islands of Indonesia, a miniature sheet was also produced and was overprinted for the World Philatelic Youth Exhibition, Pameran Filateli Remaja Dunia, Indonesia '96 (below).
Issued 22 March with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1291-1-1 45c Australian Spotted Cuscus;
1292-1-1 45c Indonesian Bear Cuscus;
1291-1-1_1292-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair

1291-1-1_1292-1-1 MS Miniature Sheet
1291-1-1_1292-1-1 MS OP Miniature Sheet
Overprinted World Philatelic Youth Exhibition Pameran Filateli Remaja Dunia, Indonesia '96

Queen's Birthday
Designer: Pendulum Design - Printer: SNP Cambec / Note Printing Branch
This issue celebrates Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's 70th Birthday, the design is a sideface of the Queen.
Issued 11 April with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1293-1-1 45c Sideface of Queen Elizabeth II

ATM Triangular Stamp Sheetlet
Advance Bank ATM Issue
Designer: ? - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue appears to be the same as those issued in November 1994, numbering is the same as the 1994 issue, but with a 3 in the last position, I have no real way of checking as this sheet and images have been supplied, I have been told that the cover image is different than the original (which had Quick Stamps at the top & Advance Bank at the bottom), this sheet has a Kangaroo at the top, Postpak in the middle and Gift Box at the bottom.  Images per sheetlet are stamps 1, 3, 5, 7 so all odd image numbers have two stamps listed, while 2, 4, 6, 8, all even image numbers have three stamps listed.
Issued 11 April with perforation Die-cut simulated
  
1227-1-3 45c Emerald;
1227-2-3 45c Blue;
1227-3-3 45c Violet;
1227-4-3 45c Dark Green

1227-5-3 45c Light Green;
1227-6-3 45c Light Pink;
1227-7-3 45c Dark Pink;
1227-8-3 45c Yellow
1227-1-3_1227-8-3 SH $9 ATM Sheetlet of 20 Triangular Stamps
1227-1-3_1227-8-3a SH Cover Image

Centenary of AFL
Part 1, Lick & Stick

Designer: Rankin Bevers Design - Printer: SNP Cambec
This issue of 16 stamps (one for each team of the Australian Football League) was released in Sheetlet form of 16 stamps, this type of release is listed in three parts, Lick & Stick, Peel & Stick & the Peel & Stick Booklets themselves (because a booklet was released for each stamp), I have listed the stamps in team alphabetical order (for easier identification), while the miniature sheetlet is in a different order all together, but I have listed the teams in the order they appear below the sheet, I have been advised the Brisbane Bears, became the Brisbane Lions in late 1996. (Special Thanks to Steve McTighe for the information)
Issued 23 April with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
  
1294-1-1 45c Adelaide Crows;
1295-1-1 45c Brisbane Bears;
1296-1-1 45c Carlton Blues;
1297-1-1 45c Collingwood Magpies;
1298-1-1 45c Essendon Bombers;
1299-1-1 45c Fitzroy Lions;
1300-1-1 45c Footscray Bulldogs;
1301-1-1 45c Fremantle Dockers
  
1302-1-1 45c Geelong Cats;
1303-1-1 45c Hawthorn Hawks;
1304-1-1 45c Melbourne Demons;
1305-1-1 45c North Melbourne Kangaroos;
1306-1-1 45c Richmond Tigers;
1307-1-1 45c St. Kilda Saints;
1308-1-1 45c Sydney Swans;
1309-1-1 45c West Coast Eagles

1294-1-1_1309-1-1 MS AFL Miniature Sheet
Stamps in sheet order, top to bottom, left to right:

Top Row: North Melbourne Kangaroos; Brisbane Bears; Sydney Swans; Carlton Blues
Second Row: Adelaide Crows; Fitzroy Lions; Richmond Tigers; St. Kilda Saints
Third Row: Melbourne Demons; Collingwood Magpies; Fremantle Dockers; Footscray Bulldogs
Bottom Row: West Coast Eagles; Essendon Bombers; Geelong Cats; Hawthorn Hawks

Centenary of AFL
Part 2, Peel & Stick

Designer: Rankin Bevers Design - Additional Artwork: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design
- Printer: SNP Cambec
This release of 16 Booklet stamps (one stamp & booklet for each team of the Australian Football League) are the same basic design as the lick & stick stamps, except the perforation is simulated. (a special thanks to Irene from Sydney for some of the scans.)
Issued 23 April with perforation Die-cut simulated
    
1294-1-2 45c Adelaide Crows;
1295-1-2 45c Brisbane Bears;
1296-1-2 45c Carlton Blues;
1297-1-2 45c Collingwood Magpies;
1298-1-2 45c Essendon Bombers;
1299-1-2 45c Fitzroy Lions;
1300-1-2 45c Footscray Bulldogs;
1301-1-2 45c Fremantle Dockers;
  
1302-1-2 45c Geelong Cats;
1303-1-2 45c Hawthorn Hawks;
1304-1-2 45c Melbourne Demons;
1305-1-2 45c North Melbourne Kangaroos;
1306-1-2 45c Richmond Tigers;
1307-1-2 45c St. Kilda Saints;
1308-1-2 45c Sydney Swans;
1309-1-2 45c West Coast Eagles

Centenary of AFL
Part 3
Peel & Stick Booklets

Designer: Rankin Bevers Design - Additional Artwork: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design
- Printer: SNP Cambec
This release of 16 Booklets (one for each team of the Australian Football League) are the vehicle, each of the above 16 stamps are supplied in, booklets have been reduced in size to allow faster loading times.
Issued 23 April with perforation Die-cut simulated

1294-1-2a BK $4.50 Adelaide Crows Booklet Cover;
1295-1-2a BK $4.50 Brisbane Bears Booklet Cover;
1296-1-2a BK $4.50 Carlton Blues Booklet Cover;
1297-1-2a BK $4.50 Collingwood Magpies Booklet Cover

1298-1-2a BK $4.50 Essendon Bombers Booklet Cover;
1299-1-2a BK $4.50 Fitzroy Lions Booklet Cover;
1300-1-2a BK $4.50 Footscray Bulldogs Booklet Cover;
1301-1-2a BK $4.50 Fremantle Dockers Booklet Cover
  
1302-1-2a BK $4.50 Geelong Cats Booklet Cover;
1303-1-2a BK $4.50 Hawthorn Hawks Booklet Cover;
1304-1-2a BK $4.50 Melbourne Demons Booklet Cover;
1305-1-2a BK $4.50 North Melbourne Kangaroos Booklet Cover

1306-1-2a BK $4.50 Richmond Tigers Booklet Cover;
1307-1-2a BK $4.50 St. Kilda Saints Booklet Cover;
1308-1-2a BK $4.50 Sydney Swans Booklet Cover;
1309-1-2a BK $4.50 West Coast Eagles Booklet Cover

Nature of Australia
Issue 1
Tall Forests

Designer: Rankin Bevers Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This release is the first issue of Nature Australia, there were four stamps in this release, 5c, Leadbeater's Possum; 10c, Powerful Owl; $2, Blackwood Wattle; $5, Mountain Ash and Fern.   Nature of Australia has had a number of issues with many parts:
Issued 9 May with perforation 14 x 14.4
  
1310-1-1 5c Leadbeater's Possum;
1311-1-1 10c Powerful Owl;
1312-1-1 $2 Blackwood Wattle
1313-1-1 $5 Tree Fern & Mountain Ash

Kangaroos of Australia
China '96, 9th Asian International Exhibition, Beijing
18-24 May, 1996
Special Miniature Sheet

Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
These three stamps were originally issued May, 1994, with three other stamps (Koalas) as part of the Australian Wildlife series, but this miniature sheet is unique as having the three the Kangaroos by t
hemselves.  Technically this release is a part of the Australian Wildlife Series, (Series 6) but I have listed it separately.
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.
Issue
d 18 May with perforation 14 x 14.4

1195-1-1_1197-1-1 MS OP Speci
al Miniature Sheet

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: GPO PERTH Weigh & Pay
Series 9, Part 3
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the GPO Perth Shop.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition 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, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 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, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 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.  The stamp listed below are without literal, but listed to show design.
Issued 20 May with perforation Die-cut simulated
 
1195-4-3 CP Red Kangaroo, literal GPO PERTH;
1196-4-3 CP Kangaroo & Joey;
1197-4-3 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos;
1198-4-3 CP Koala Family;
1199-4-3 CP Koala on Ground;
1200-4-3 CP Koala in Tree
 
Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: No Post Code Weigh & Pay
Series 9, Part 4
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the Western Australia.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition 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, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 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, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 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.  The stamp listed below are without literal, but listed to show design.
Issued during 1996 with perforation Die-cut simulated
 
1195-4-4 CP Red Kangaroo, literal No Post Code Weigh & Pay;
1196-4-4 CP Kangaroo & Joey;
1197-4-4 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos;
1198-4-4 CP Koala Family;
1199-4-4 CP Koala on Ground;
1200-4-4 CP Koala in Tree
 
Centenary of Olymp
ics Games 1996
Olympic & Paralympic Games
Atlanta, US

Designer: Pendulum Design - Engraver: L. Dolan - Intaglio: Note Printing Branch - Printer: SNP Cambec
This issue celebrates 100 years of the Olympic Games, the current Games, both the Olympic & the Paralympic were held in Atlanta, USA.
Issued 6 June with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
  
1314-1-1 45c Edwin Flack, Olympic Games;
1315-1-1 45c Fanny Durack, Olympic Games;
1314-1-1_1315-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair;
1316-1-1 $1.05 Paralympic Games
1314-1-1_1315-1-1 GS East/West Gutter Strip

Frama Labels
Festive Frama
Vending Machine Issue

Designer: S. Byass, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the Festive Frama was overprinted to go with the Dolls & Bears Issue in 1997.
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issue 5, September, 1988;
Issue 6, September, 1989; overprinted ESSEN Stamp Fair, Germany, April, 1990;
Issue 7, September, 1990; overprinted NORPEX '91, October, 1991;
Issue 8, January, 1992; overprinted NATIONAL '92 for the Brisbane National Stamp Show, June, 1992;
overprinted PEELPEX '92, Tamworth, September, 1992; overprinted QLD '93 for the Queensland Stamp & Coin Show, June, 1993;
overprinted WAPEX '93 for the National Gold Centenary Stamp Exhibition, September, 1993;
overprinted DINO '93 for the Queensland ASDA Stamp & Coin Show, October, 1993; overprinted FAMILY '94, June, 1994;
Issue 9, September, 1994; overprinted ZOOS '94 October, 1994, overprinted AEROPEX '94 November, 1994;
overprinted CINEMA '95, June, 1995; overprinted DOWNUNDER '95, October, 1995;
Issue 10, June, 1996; overprinted Olympics '96 1996 overprinted Dolls & Bears, June, 1997;
Issue 11, October 1999; overprinted AUSTRALIA '99, March, 1999;
Issue 12, Farewell Frama, January, 2003.
(A number of the below scans were supplied by Russell Walsh of California)
Issued 6 June with perforation Imperforate
  
1317-1-1 45c Sydney postcode 2000;
1317-1-2 45c Canberra postcode 2601;
1317-1-3 45c Melbourne postcode 3000;
1317-1-4 45c Brisbane postcode 4000;
1317-1-5 45c Adelaide postcode 5000;
1317-1-6 45c Darwin postcode 0800

1317-1-7 45c Perth postcode 6000;
1317-1-8 45c Hobart postcode 7000;
1317-1-9 45c Other Offices Imprint A25;
1317-1-9a 45c Other Offices Imprint B91;
1317-1-9 OP 45c Frama Overprinted OLYMPICS '96
1317-1-9a OP 45c Frama Overprinted OLYMPICS '96
 
Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: CAPEX 96
Series 9, Part 1
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the CAPEX 1996, World Philatelic Exhibition, Toronto, Canada.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition 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, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 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, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 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 8 June with perforation Die-cut simulated
     
1195-4-1 CP Red Kangaroo, literal CAPEX 96;
1196-4-1 CP Kangaroo & Joey, literal CAPEX 96;
1197-4-1 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal CAPEX 96;
1198-4-1 CP Koala Family, literal CAPEX 96;
1199-4-1 CP Koala on Ground, literal CAPEX 96;
1200-4-1 CP Koala in Tree, literal CAPEX 96
 
Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: Fremantle Weigh & Pay
Series 9, Part 2
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at Fremantle Western Australia.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition 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, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 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, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 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.
  The stamp listed below are without literal, but listed to show design.
Issued during 1996 with perforation Die-cut simulated
 
1195-4-2 CP Red Kangaroo, literal Fremantle Weigh & Pay;
1196-4-2 CP Kangaroo & Joey;
1197-4-2 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos;
1198-4-2 CP Koala Family;
1199-4-2 CP Koala on Ground;
1200-4-2 CP Koala in Tree
  
Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: PERTH GPO
Series 9, Part 5
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the Perth GPO.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition 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, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 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, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 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.
.  The stamp listed below are without literal, but listed to show design.
Issued during 1996 with perforation Die-cut simulated
 
1195-4-5 CP Red Kangaroo, literal PERTH GPO;
1196-4-5 CP Kangaroo & Joey;
1197-4-5 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos;
1198-4-5 CP Koala Family;
1199-4-5 CP Koala on Ground;
1200-4-5 CP Koala in Tree
 
 Children's Book Council
Part 1, Lick & Stick
Designer: Pendulum Design, based on the four books - Printer: SNP Cambec
This issue four books are highlighted, 45c, Animalia by Graeme Base, this book is an alliterative alphabet book and contains twenty-six illustrations, one for each letter of the alphabet; 45c, John Brown, Rose & the Midnight Cat by Jenny Wagner; a simple but effective story about companionship; 45c, Greetings From Sandy Beach by Bob Graham, the story of a holiday at the beach; 45c, Who Sank the Boat? by Pamela Allen, as the title suggests, work out who sank the boat.
Issued 4 July with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
  
1318-1-1 45c Animalia;
1319-1-1 45c John Brown, Rose & the Midnight Cat;
1320-1-1 45c Greetings From Sandy Beach;
1321-1-1 45c Who Sank the Boat?

1318-1-1_1321-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block of Four

Children's Book Council
Part 2, Peel & Stick

Designer: Pendulum Design - Printer: SNP Cambec
All four of the above design were also produced in Peel & Stick, the only difference between the two is the perforation & a wide border around the Peel & Stick, the booklet contained 4 x Animalia & two each of the other three designs, this set was released in boxes of 100 & booklets of 10.
Issued 4 July with perforation Die-cut simulated
  
1318-1-2 45c Animalia;
1319-1-2 45c John Brown, Rose & the Midnight Cat;
1320-1-2 45c Greetings From Sandy Beach;
1321-1-2 45c Who Sank the Boat?

1318-1-2_1321-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover

Atlanta's Handover to Sydney
Olympic Games Flame

Designer: C. Ellett - Printer: SNP Cambec & Avon Graphics
This issue highlights Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000 an Eagle & a Kangaroo, with the Olympic Flame in silhouette, a sheetlet of 10 was also produced (below).
Issued 22 July with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1322-1-1 45c Olympic Flame

1322-1-1 SH $4.50 Sheetlet

Centenary of the National Women's Council
Designer: Mad House Design - Printer: Canberra Press
This issue comprises two stamps, the 45c Margaret Windeyer & the $1, Rose Scott.
Issued 8 August with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1323-1-1 45c Margaret Windeyer;
1324-1-1 $1 Rose Scott

Diamonds & Pearls
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Cambec with Pearl foil & Diamond OVD by Avon Graphics
The Pearl foil & Diamond OVD produced by Avon Graphics, these two stamps feature two natural wonders, one created by the irritation of a grain of sand, the other through the violence & pressure beneath the Earth's surface.
Issued 5 September with perforation 14.4 x 14

1325-1-1 45c Pearl;
1326-1-1 $1.20 Diamond

Regional Arts Councils
Sterner Machine Booklet

Designer: A, Ashton from Nelmes, Smith, Ashton. - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue of two stamps (a 20c & a 45c) showing a number of silhouettes of performing arts.
Issued 12 September with perforation 13.86 x Imperforate
 
1327-1-1 20c Silhouettes Booklet Stamp;
1328-1-1 45c Silhouettes Booklet Stamp;
1327-1-1_1328-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair

1327-1-1_1328-1-1a BK $2 Booklet Cover
1327-1-1_1328-1-1 BK $2 Booklet Pane

Pets on Parade
Part 1, Lick & Stick
Stamp Collecting Month
Designer: Dianne Cook, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Cambec
A majority of Australian households have at least one pet, this issue highlights a few of the pets available, this part was released as six stamps & a miniature sheet having slight differences including the perforations, the miniature sheet was also overprinted seven times (that I am aware of), the ASDA Sydney Centrepoint '96 Stamp & Coin Show, 5-7 October, 1996; St. Peters Stamp & Collectable Fair, 12-13 October, 1996; Melbourne '96 National Philatelic Exhibition, 17-20 October, 1996; TAIWAN '96, 10th Asian International Philatelic Exhibition, October, 1996; Queensland Spring Stamp & Coin Show, 25-27 October, 1996, Brisbane; SWANPEX '96, Western Australian Stamp Exhibition, 26-27 October, 1996; 11th Asian International Stamp Exhibition, 12-16 February, 1997,
HONG KONG '97 (all listed below).
Issued 1 October with perforation as below
 
1329-1-1 45c Blue Healer Dogs, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1330-1-1 45c Ginger Cats, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1329-1-1_1330-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair
1331-1-1 45c Ducks, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1332-1-1 45c Dog & Cat, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1331-1-1_1332-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair

1333-1-1 45c Cockatoo, perforation 14 x 14.4;
1334-1-1 45c Horses, perforation 14 x 14.4

1329-1-2_1334-1-2 MS Miniature Sheet, perforation 14.4

1329-1-2 45c Blue Healer Dogs, Miniature Sheet stamp, perforation 14.4
1330-1-2 45c Ginger Cats, Miniature Sheet stamp, perforation 14.4
1331-1-2 45c Ducks, Miniature Sheet stamp, perforation 14.4
1332-1-2 45c Dog & Cat, Miniature Sheet stamp, perforation 14.4
1333-1-2 45c Cockatoo, Miniature Sheet stamp, perforation 14.4
1334-1-2 45c Horses, Miniature Sheet stamp, perforation 14.4
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 5 October, 1996
1329-1-2_1334-1-2 MS OP1 Miniature Sheet Overprinted ASDA Centrepoint '96 Stamp and Coin Show
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 12 October, 1996

1329-1-2_1334-1-2 MS OP2 Miniature Sheet Overprinted St. Peters Stamp & Collectible Fair
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 17 October, 1996
1329-1-2_1334-1-2 MS OP3 Miniature Sheet Overprinted Melbourne '96 National Philatelic Exhibition
Miniature Sheet Below Issued October, 1996
1329-1-2_1334-1-2 MS OP4 Miniature Sheet Overprinted 10th Asian International Philatelic Exhibition 1996
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 25 October, 1996
1329-1-2_1334-1-2 MS OP5 Miniature Sheet Overprinted Queensland Spring Stamp and Coin Show
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 26 October, 1996
1329-1-2_1334-1-2 MS OP6 Miniature Sheet Overprinted SWANPEX '96
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 12 February, 1997
1329-1-2_1334-1-2 MS OP7 Miniature Sheet Overprinted 11th Asian International Stamp Exhibition, Hong Kong '97

Pets on Parade
Part 2, Peel & Stick
Stamp Collecting Month
Designer: Dianne Cook, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Cambec
Only the first two stamps 45c, Blue Healer Dogs & 45c Ginger Cats were produced in Peel & Stick format, they were released in boxes of 100 & booklets of 10.
Issued 1 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
 
1329-1-3 45c Blue Healer Dogs, Booklet stamp;

1330-1-3 45c Ginger Cats, Booklet stamp

1329-1-3_1330-1-3a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover

Baron Ferdinand von Mueller

Joint Issue with Germany
Designer: Pendulum Design - Printer: Budes Druck
erei, Germany
This issue commemorates 100 years since the death of Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, the Victorian Government Botanist & Explorer, he migrated to Australia from Germany at the age of 22, this is the second commemoration of the Baron, the first was September, 1948.
Issued 9 October with perforation 13.93 x 14.16

1335-1-1 $1.20 Baron Ferdinand von Mueller
1335-1-1 SH Sheetlet of 10

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: ROCKINGHAM
Series 9, Part 6
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at Rockingham.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition 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, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 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, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 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.  The stamp listed below are without literal, but listed to show design.
Issued 10 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
 
1195-4-6 CP Red Kangaroo, literal ROCKINGHAM;
1196-4-6 CP Kangaroo & Joey;
1197-4-6 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos;
1198-4-6 CP Koala Family;
1199-4-6 CP Koala on Ground;
1200-4-6 CP Koala in Tree
 
Willem de Vlamingh
's Voyage
Joint Issue with Christmas Island Tercentenary

Designer: A. di Donato - Printer: McPherson's Printing Group
Another break from the norm, as this issue is the first Joint issue with Christmas Island, as such being an issue by Australia with one of it's dependencies and the two stamps were also released printed together Se-tenant (shown below), the Se-tenant pair are listed under the Australian part number first for convenience (1336-1-1_405-1-1CI SS) and are listed in both sections of the catalogue the same way, (Australian issues and Christmas Island issues).
Issued 1 November with perforation 14 x 14.4
 
1336-1-1 45c Willem de Vlamingh;
1336-1-1_405-1-1CI SS Se-tenant Pair
(405-1-1CI 45c Willem de Vlamingh, Christmas Island stamp)

Christmas 1996
Part 1, Lick & Stick

Designer: S. Byass, Australia Post Graphic Design -
Illustrator: V. Goodman - Printer: SNP Cambec
There are three stamps in this Christmas issue, 40c, Madonna & Child; 45c Wise Man; $1, Shepherd Boy with Lamb.
Issued 1 November with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
  
1337-1-1 40c Madonna & Child;
1338-1-1 45c Wise Men;
1339-1-1 $1 Shepherd Boy with Lamb

Christmas 1996
Part 2, Peel & Stick

Designer: S. Byass, Australia Post Graphic Design - 
Illustrator: V. Goodman - Printer: SNP Cambec
The 40c, Madonna & Child is the only stamp in the Peel & Stick range of this issue, it was released in booklets of 20.
Issued 1 November with perforation Die-cut simulated

1337-1-2 40c Madonna & Child

1337-1-2a BK $8 Booklet Cover

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: MIDLAND WA
Series 9, Part 7
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at Midland Western Australia.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition 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, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 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, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 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.  The stamp listed below are without literal, but listed to show design.
Issued during 1996 with perforation Die-cut simulated
 
1195-4-7 CP Red Kangaroo, literal MIDLAND WA;
1196-4-7 CP Kangaroo & Joey;
1197-4-7 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos;
1198-4-7 CP Koala Family;
1199-4-7 CP Koala on Ground;
1200-4-7 CP Koala in Tree