New and renewed outward loans
Australian National Maritime Museum (extension): Endeavour cannon and trolley.
Australian Prospectors and Miners Hall of Fame (extension): 64 mineral samples.
Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame (extension): Dava Singh's hawker's wagon and seven blacksmithing tools for exhibition at the Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame, Longreach, Queensland.
Australian War Memorial (extension): three objects for exhibition in the South African War Gallery at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
Burringiri Association (ACT Local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Centre): 11 stone artefacts for display in the Burringiri Association Centre.
National Capital Authority (extension): Old Parliament House commemorative cup and saucer.
National Gallery of Australia (extension): Bark painting, Tree Spirit and Fish Sculpture, for display in the travelling exhibition No Ordinary Place: The Art of David Malangi, at the Queensland Art Gallery, Flinders University Art Museum and Museum and Art Gallery of the NT.
National Gallery of Victoria: snuff box for display in the travelling exhibition Exiles and Emigrants.
Old Parliament House: seven hats, an evening gown and evening purse from the Dame Pattie Menzies collection for display in the exhibition Mrs Prime Minister at Old Parliament House, Canberra.
Old Parliament House: thirty-five objects relating to the Press Gallery for display at Old Parliament House, Canberra.
Powerhouse Museum: nine objects for display in the exhibition On the Box at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
Ongoing outward loans
Buku-Larrngay Mulka Centre (extension): bark painting by Birigidji for display.
Great Cobar Heritage Centre: two clubs and a shield for display at the Great Cobar Heritage Centre, New South Wales.
Menmuny Museum (extension): message stick, shield, stone knife and boomerang for exhibition at the Menmuny Museum, Queensland.
National Trust of Queensland (extension): Endeavour anchor for exhibition at the James Cook Historical Museum, Queensland.
Queensland Museum, Cobb & Co. Branch: Cobb & Co. Coach No 112 for display at the Cobb & Co. Museum, Queensland.
The Australian National University, School of Archaeology and Anthropology: skeletal material on loan for research purposes.