- Indigenous Australia - Learning Resources
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Collections
- Media Resources
- Careers at the Museum
The Australian Museum commemorates Anzac Day
Commemorating our historical links to The Great War.
Exploring the diversity of Christmas tree worms in Indo-Pacific coral reefs
Genetics comes to the rescue in solving a mystery surrounding psychedelically coloured marine worms!
Birds in Backyards
Birds in Backyards is a research, education and conservation program focusing on the birds that live where people live.
Annual Activity Reports (Lizard Island)
We publish a report about activities at Lizard Island Research Station annually.
Lizard Island Research Station Report 2014
Atlas of Living Australia
The Atlas of Living Australia is an initiative to improve access to information on Australia’s biodiversity.
Calendar for Schools
Upcoming events and temporary exhibitions for teachers and students.
Exhibition Resources by Topic
Activity sheets for teachers and students doing a self-guided excursion.
Schools groups: Garrigarrang: Sea Country exhibition
Students explore Indigenous Australians' deep connections with the sea.
Mimic fish benefit from imperfect impersonations
Animal mimicry can become ineffective if it is used too often, and these canny fish know it.
About Australian Aboriginal toys
Our Australian Indigenous collection has over 370 toys (from a collection of around 20,000 items), acquired from 1885 to 1990.
Toys for infants
There aren’t many records of toys used by infant children in Aboriginal culture, suggesting that they weren’t widely used.
Our Global Neighbours: Private Potter in Service
Life in science in a time of war.
2013 Science Photography (Eureka Prizes)
The Eureka Prize for Science Photography is sponsored by New Scientist.
Special AMRI Seminar: The gene flow revolution
Dr Greger Larson explains how appreciating admixture is shaping our understanding of domestication and human evolution