Indigenous Australians Exhibition Tour Years 3 -12

Students are guided through the exhibition by a Museum educator.


Aboriginal Educator with shield

Photographer: Helen Wheeler © Australian Museum

Museum Educator-led program

Students are guided through the Indigenous Australians exhibition by a Museum Educator.

The tour generally covers spirituality and the Dreaming, traditional technology - tools and weapons, archaeological evidence, relationship to the land, land rights, social justice, Stolen Generations, Freedom Rides.

It can be tailored to focus on either traditional pre-contact culture or the post-contact period.

The students have a short time at the end to freely explore the exhibition and are able to ask questions of the Museum Educator throughout the tour.

  • Syllabus links: Human Society and Its Environment, Science and Technology, History, Visual Arts
  • Duration: One hour
  • Maximum number of students per hour: 30 students
  • Cost: $4.40 (incl GST) per student additional to general Museum entry charge 
  • Location: Indigenous Australians exhibition, Level G
  • Available: Monday to Friday during term time

Ms Helen Wheeler , Learning Services Operations Manager
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