Great Britain grants considerable autonomy to the Australian colonies through the Australian Government Act
Great Britain grants considerable autonomy to South Australia, Victoria, and Tasmania through the Australian Government Act, which allows each of these colonies to form its own representative government in the style of its own choosing. (By Brian Bockelman)
Neville Williams, ed., Chronology of World History, vol. 3 (Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO, 1999), 256.