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Governors of the Australian colonies:Governor of New South Wales- Lachlan Macquarie
Lieutenant-Governor of Tasmania - unfilled until 1813
1 February - John Oxley is appointed Surveyor-General of New South Wales.
2 December - Reverend Samuel Marsden sent the first commercial shipment of wool from New South Wales to England.
1 December - During a tour of Van Diemen's Land, Governor Macquarie gave directions for the layout of Hobart. There was a central square and seven streets named Macquarie, Liverpool, Argyle, Elizabeth, Murray, Harrington and Collins.
21 July - Robert Mackenzie, future Premier of Queensland from August 1867 to November 1868.
5 April - Thomas Reibey, husband of Mary Reibey, leaving her in control of large colonial business enterprises.