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Australian Museum Reveals its Future Plans
Saturday 3 December 2016, Sydney, Australia
Spiders - Alive & Deadly
Clever, carnivorous and completely essential, spiders are now at the Australian Museum, and in your backyard over summer. From 28 October 2016 to 17 July 2017.
2017 Australian Museum Eureka Prize Winners
Thursday 31 August, 2017: The nation's most outstanding scientists have been honoured at the 2017 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes Award Dinner, the "Oscars of Australian science"
Mammoths - Giants of the Ice age
Journey back in time to when these mighty beasts roamed the Earth and see a near- perfectly preserved, 40,000 year old baby woolly mammoth for the first time in Australia.
Australian Museum appoints Russell Briggs as Director, Engagement & Exhibitions
Russell Briggs has been appointed by the Australian Museum (AM) as Director, Engagement & Exhibitions.
Australian Museum Store celebrates Scott Sisters Exhibition with exquisite hand-crafted designer gift range
A collection of unique, handcrafted gifts inspired by Scott Sisters illustrations are available exclusively at the Australian Museum Store.
Honouring Pioneering Women in Science and Art
Australian Museum celebrates legacy of two of our great scientific illustrators in stunning exhibition Transformations: Art of the Scott Sisters.
Australian Museum Expedition to Save Rare Insect from Extinction
Australian Museum researchers and citizen scientists have scaled a volcanic cliff-face in a daring attempt to save the elusive Lord Howe Island stick insect.
T. rex on Tour in NSW... What's in a Name?
The Australian Museum and Stockland partner to tour a 'life-size' Tyrannosaurus rex model to five major NSW centres... and give the public the chance to name her.
Culture Up Late Celebrates Resilience of Aboriginal Culture
The Australian Museum presents Ngalu Warawi Marri - We Stand Strong, a night of Aboriginal stories on the eve of Australia Day.
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.