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Records of the Australian Museum
Issues of the Records of the Australian Museum are published three times a year and circulated to 84 countries. All that is published in print is, soon afterwards, also freely available online.
Australian Museum announces Australian Museum Research Institute
Monday 11 August, 2014, 10am.
Australian Museum Herpetology Collection
The Australian Museum has a large and comprehensive collection of research specimens from throughout Australia and the Pacific region.
Australian Museum Collections
Digitising 40 years of the Australian Museum Magazine
We’ve unlocked the cabinet and are releasing free digital versions of our magazines to the public.
Trailblazers talks at Australian Museum
Friday 5 February 2016 - Hear Australia’s greatest living explorers.
Australian Museum as a Site Study - Teacher Notes
Students will investigate how the buildings and exhibits of the Museum have changed through time.
Gould and the Australian Museum
The Australian Museum had been in existence for barely a decade when John Gould arrived in Sydney in February 1839.
Environmental Sustainability at the Australian Museum
The Australian Museum is committed to addressing environmental sustainability.
New Director of Australian Museum Research Institute
Expert in wildlife genomics, Dr Rebecca Johnson, has been appointed as Director of AMRI.
New Species Discovered by the Australian Museum in 2010
2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity. Species are the building blocks of biodiversity. Knowing what species exist and where they fit in the web of life is the first step towards better custodianship of the natural world. Field work by Australian Museum researchers results in the addition of new specimens to the Museum’s already significant collection, including holotypes and paratypes: the original specimens used by scientists to describe and name new species. This species counter is a visual representation of how Australian Museum scientists bring this knowledge of newly described species to the world. Each time a species is newly described, the counter will be updated and an image of the new species will be added here.
Free admission for all to Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences and Australian Museum - One Weekend Only
Two of Sydney’s most loved museums will open their doors for free on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 June.
Australian Museum to Undergo $50m Refurbishment to Host International Blockbuster Exhibitions
Sydney Secures Tutankhamun Exhibition
The Australian Museum Reveals The Nation’s Greatest Treasures In Restored Westpac Long Gallery
October 13, 2017: The Australian Museum (AM) has unveiled one of the greatest collections of
treasures in the nation’s history in a new permanent exhibition, 200 Treasures of the Australian Museum, in the
restored Westpac Long Gallery.
Free Wi-Fi at the Australian Museum
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the Australian Museum.