Australia's national day has been commemorated in dramatically different ways.
Australia has once again marked 26 January in polarised events around the country.
Some celebrated Australia Day, while others used the occasion to pause and reflect on the nation's troubled past.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison was in Canberra, where he laid a wreath at the National Emergency Services Memorial and attended a citizenship ceremony.
Many celebrated Australia Day with family and friends, by the water or by a barbeque.
The nation's cities put on parades and other events to commemorate the day.
But many used 26 January to remember the nation's Indigenous history by attending 'Invasion Day' marches and Indigenous events such as Sydney's Yabun festival.
And more than 27,000 new Australians became citizens on Sunday at ceremonies around the country.