Picture Australia is the National Library of Australia website devoted to pictures, also available through Trove, the National Library of Australia’s umbrella site for searching books, journals, newspapers, maps, pictures, diaries and letters, and much more.
Pictures are contributed from all over the country; from libraries, archives, and even from individuals.
If you search for ‘Fiji’ all sorts of pictures are listed, from holiday photographs and travel posters to early photographs of people and places, and engravings such as this one on the left. Many are available to view online.
Here is the link to a hand-coloured lithograph depicting the “dreadful situation of Captain Dillon and two other survivors” in the massacre in 1813 at which Charlie Savage lost his life.
Here is a link to another hand-coloured lithograph by a Frenchman, Jacques Arago (1790-1855), showing “Kandabou”, which I am guess is Kandavu, with the French ship (presumably) and a Fijian canoe in the foreground.
Here is a link to an 1846 French lithograph of an interior in Levuka.
Trove is the umbrella site for searching books, journals, newspapers, maps, pictures, diaries and letters, and much more. It incorporates results from Picture Australia and many other sources, and is a great place to start your search for pictures.
As with anything you find on the internet you must be aware of copyright restrictions before you publish it yourself, and you must cite the source.