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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Stages 4- 5 Teachers Notes
Information for teachers of Stages 4-5 who are preparing students for a self-guided exploration.
Harry Rosenthal - underwater photographer
Fish Section Photographers Gallery
The Fish Department gratefully acknowledges all the photographers who have very kindly allowed us to use their images on the site. Unless otherwise stated, copyright is retained by the photographer. If you wish to use any of the images on the site, please click the 'Contact form' link in the footer of this page.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year - Stages 4-5 Student Activities
GBIF funded project to photograph type specimens
During 2004 the Australian Museum along with other Australian museums took photographs of many primary types of Australian species held in its collections.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year Stages 1-3 Teachers Notes
Information for teachers of Stages 1-3 preparing students for a self-guided exploration.
Photographic album: Sea life
These prints are from negatives created c1880. Many of the photographs are by Henry Barnes Snr.
The Trust Minutes from March 6,1879 record that the Curator was directed to obtain 'scrap books' in which to mount the photographs taken at the Museum, 'the photos to be scientifically arranged.' It is assumed that this album of fish, sponges and other sea life, along with albums depicting fossils and subjects from palaeontology and ethnography, is the result of that 1879 directive. Photo album AMS421/1.
2010 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition
During summer school holidays what better way to spend a day than to see the best of the world’s wildlife photographs at the Australian Museum?
Wildlife Photographer of the Year touring exhibition information
Frank Hurley Papuan Photographs
Spectacular photographs created by professional photographer and film maker Frank Hurley during two expeditions to Papua from 1921 to 1923. Hurley photographed people, houses, artefacts, mountain scenes and mission stations in Milne Bay, Oro, Central, Gulf and Western Provinces of Papua New Guinea and across the Torres Strait.
An evening with nature photographer Scott Portelli
Hear about Scott Portelli’s expeditions to Antarctica and discover the role photographers can play in conservation, research and education.
Fish Section Photographers
The Fish Department gratefully acknowledges all the photographers who have very kindly allowed us to use their images on this site.
Kate photographing weaponry
Australian Geographic Nature Photographer Of The Year Comes To Sydney For First Time
More than 100 inspiring images showcasing the extraordinary natural wonder of our region will be exhibited at the Australian Museum from 19 August.
Pacific Photograph Collections
Images from the Archives' collections of early Pacific photography.