- Careers at the Museum
- Australian Museum Eureka Prizes
- Indigenous Australia - Learning Resources
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Collections
McGrouther's Cusk, Diancistrus mcgroutheri Schwarzhans, Moller & Nielsen, 2005
McGrouther's Cusk is a small tropical species that lives deep within the coral. The species looks very similar to other cusks in the genus Diancistrus and separating usually requires the use of a microscope and specialist papers.
Bythitidae - Brotulas
Use the table to access images and fact sheets of the bythitid fishes on the site (brotulas, cuskfishes and live-bearing brotulas).
Fishes of Sydney Harbour
Sydney Harbour has a very rich fish fauna. Nearly 600 species live in it, enter it, or are known from historic records.
The Night at the Museum 2015
Australian Museum Foundation Gala Dinner
Head, Building & Security Services
Be in charge of managing the Museum’s built assets, major plant and security services
Annotated bibliography of references relating to Long Island, Papua New Guinea
Terms and Conditions – Wild in Sydney
Daily Telegraph ticket giveaway.
2015 Eureka Prizes: entries open!
There are countless reasons to enter for an Australian Museum Eureka Prize… what’s yours?
The Atoll of Funafuti, Ellice Group: its zoology, botany, ethnology and general structure—concluding remarks
Australian Aboriginal dolls
Dolls were used for amusement, but also as a way of showing how to care for young children and understand family groupings.
Cyclone Nathan: Part 1
A blog series about our Lizard Island Research Station's recovery from 2015’s Cyclone Nathan.
Adventure World and the Australian Museum are delighted to present the first of a series of journeys designed just for you, the Australian Museum Member.
The Australian Aboriginal Collection
The Australian Museum cares for over 20,000 ethnographic objects acquired from many communities across Australia.
Blackspot Angelfish, Genicanthus melanospilos (Bleeker, 1857)
The Blackspot Angelfish is found in tropical marine waters feeding of plankton that is picked from the currents a few metres of the surface bottom.
Survival and Revival of the String Figures of Yirrkala
String figures, or Matjka-wuma, are patterns or designs made on the hands with a loop of string.