Australia's 22nd prime minister Malcolm Fraser has died at age 84, after a brief illness.
1. Resettling Vietnamese refugees after the war.
After the Vietnam War, the Fraser government accepted more than 2,000 Vietnamese refugees.
They arrived by boat and without documentation. They were resettled in Australia and never put in camps or put on temporary protection visas.
2. Establishing the Special Broadcasting Service.
3. Establishing the Human Rights Commission
4. Aboriginal land rights.
5. Setting up relations with Japan.
6. Fighting for the abolition of South African apartheid and helping to establish an independent Zimbabwe.
7. Continuing commitments of the Whitlam government.
8. Embracing multiculturalism in Australia.
9. Protecting the environment.
Malcolm Fraser enacted law that ended whaling in Australian waters, established the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and set up the Kakadu National Park in the NT.