'The third period takes in post war European migration, feminism, the Generation of 68, drug poetry and the Vietnam war. Judith Wright's 'At Cooloolah' (1955) articulates two themes that were to be her abiding passions - the environment and Aboriginal dispossession. During this period Indigenous Australians writing poetry in English began to be heard. An example here is Oodgeroo's spirited rendition of 'We Are Going' (1964). Michael Dransfield's 'That Which We Call a Rose' (1969) is an example of his Romanticism, his rejection of materialist Australian society and his "escape" into heroin addiction. Bruce Dawe's 'Homecoming' (1968) protested against the Vietnam war.'
(Source: PoeticA website, ABC Radio National, http://www.abc.net.au/rn/arts/poetica/stories/s281149.htm)