- Evolution of Australian Biota Study Days
- Volunteering at the Australian Museum
- Careers at the Museum
The Citizen Science program Streamwatch now has volunteers working in the Australian Museum Entomology lab.
Evolution of Australian Biota Study Day - Sydney
A full day program for Stage 6 Biology students.
Evolution of Australian Biota Study Day - Mount Annan
A full day outreach program specifically for Stage 6 Biology students.
Evolution of Australian Biota Study Day - Mount Tomah
A full day outreach program for Stage 6 Biology students.
Exhibition Resources by Topic
Activities and information for teachers and students doing a self-guided excursion.
Museum Educator-led Programs
A Museum expert leads students on their excursion.
Mineral Detective - Stage 4
Students investigate the uses of minerals in this educator-led activity.
Mineral Detective - Stage 4 Education Kit
Pomacentridae - Damselfishes
Use the table to access images and fact sheets of the pomacentrid fishes on the site.
Eastern Yellow Robin, Eopsaltria australis
Eastern Yellow Robins belong to the genus Eopsaltria which translates as 'dawn-harper'. Appropriately, they are among the first birds to be heard at dawn.
Eclectus Parrot, Eclectus roratus
Eclectus Parrots are noisy and conspicuous, calling as they fly and screeching loudly when disturbed.
Surviving Australia - Exhibition Floorplan
Orange-bellied Parrot, Neophema chrysogaster
The Orange-bellied Parrot breeds only in Tasmania, with most of the population migrating to Victoria and South Australia in the winter.
Surviving Australia - Stages 1-3 Teacher Notes
Information for teachers preparing students for a self-guided exploration of the Surviving Australia exhibition.
Royal Spoonbill, Platalea regia
The Royal Spoonbill can feed faster and on larger prey than the Yellow-billed Spoonbill, as it has a shorter, broader bill with more papillae (touch receptors) inside the spoon.