1894 in Australian literature
This article presents a list of the historical events and publications of Australian literature during 1894.
For an overview of world literature see 1894 in literature.
- Rolf Boldrewood – A Modern Buccaneer
- Guy Boothby – In Strange Company : A Story of Chili and the Southern Seas
- Carlton Dawe – Confessions of a Currency Girl
- Mary Gaunt – Dave's Sweetheart
- Nat Gould – Stuck Up
- E. W. Hornung
- The Boss of Taroomba
- The Unbidden Guest
- Fergus Hume – The Nameless City: a Rommany Romance
- George McIver – Neuroomia: A New Continent: A Manuscript Delivered from the Deep
- Ethel Turner – Seven Little Australians
- Louis Becke
- By Reef and Palm
- "A Dead Loss"
- Ernest Favenc
- Tales of the Austral Tropics
- "An Unquiet Spirit"
- Henry Lawson
- "Enter Mitchell"
- "Bush Cats"
- Louisa Lawson – "Manager and Muddler"
- Hume Nisbet – The Haunted Station and Other Stories
- Jennings Carmichael – "A Woman's Mood"
- Victor J. Daley – "A Vision of Youth"
- Edward Dyson – "The Rescue"
- George Essex Evans – "McCarthy's Brew: A Gulf Country Yarn"
- Charles Augustus Flower – "A Thousand Miles Away"
- Henry Lawson
- Breaker Morant – "Beyond His Jurisdiction"
- John Shaw Neilson – "Before the Looking Glass"
- Will H. Ogilvie – "The Riding of the Rebel"
- A. B. Paterson
A list, ordered by date of birth (and, if the date is either unspecified or repeated, ordered alphabetically by surname) of births in 1894 of Australian literary figures, authors of written works or literature-related individuals follows, including year of death.
- 7 January – Jean Devanny, novelist (died 1962)
- 31 August – A. B. Facey, novelist (died 1982)
- 22 October – Paul Grano, poet (died 1975)
A list, ordered by date of death (and, if the date is either unspecified or repeated, ordered alphabetically by surname) of deaths in 1894 of Australian literary figures, authors of written works or literature-related individuals follows, including year of birth.
- 28 November – Alice Ashton Eastmure, poet (born 1833)