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In 1884, the Museum acquired nearly 100 cultural objects of the Zulu people, South Africa. Learn more about the collection material originally from Africa.
Professor J. L. Shellshear (1885-1958)
Anthropologist, physician and soldier.
Frederick McCarthy was employed by the Australian Museum for 44 years and was the curator of the Anthropology department from 1941-1964.
Garden Palace Survivors
In 1879 the Australian Museum exhibited its Anthropology collections in a Sydney International Exhibition building called the Garden Palace.
Our Global Neighbours: Arctic Ice-cream
And other examples from ingenious Inuit culture.
Our Global Neighbours: Remembering Truganini
Fortieth anniversary of returning to her land (and water)
Our Global Neighbours: In Praise of Pottery
Are pieces of broken clay pots good for anything?
Our Global Neighbours: King Solomon and Spanish dreams in Melanesia
Layers of history in Solomon Islands: people, culture and collections.
Lost and found: a Rapa Nui stone tool finds its real home
Geochemical analysis of an obsidian tool mistakenly attributed to Rapa Nui challenges current views about societies in the ancient Pacific.
Our Global Neighbours: Pearl-shelling in Australia
From body decoration and charms to bitterly hard labour.
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.