Support the Royal Daimler Project to make this historic car fit for a Queen again. Track the progress and discuss with conservators at the National Museum of Australia.
The National Museum's conservation team manages the preservation and maintenance of the collection. Go behind the scenes to explore some of the Museum's conservation projects and images of conservators at work.
The Museum's conservators give a selection of trading boards from the Brisbane Stock exchange some special treatment.
Specialist horological conservator Peter Bucke closely examines and documents the condition of the Blaxland clock.
Museum conservators investigate the materials used to embroider a Chinese processional costume.
A chair used by former prime minister Ben Chifley is treated to stabilise existing damage and restore it to its former appearance, before it goes on exhibition.
Textile conservators treat two historic jockey silks worn by Glen Boss, in preparation for display in the Landmarks gallery.
A large windmill which stood on a Queensland station for more than 80 years is re-assembled in readiness for display at the National Museum.
Conservators bring new life to some long-forgotten seats from Bowraville's Ray-Mond theatre.
Conservators rise to the challenge of caring for the badly-damaged engine of an historic Bentley S3 car used by former prime minister Robert Menzies.
The Batman land deed is a significant, but fragile, document housed in a custom-built case, allowing visitors to see the document up close.
Hundreds of hours were spent working on rugby league trophies displayed in the travelling exhibition League of Legends.
Conservators prepare a Western Desert Aboriginal painting for display in the Papunya Painting exhibition.
Conservators conduct emergency treatments to repair and stabilise a series of paintings which were damaged during a severe hail storm.
Detailed scientific analysis helps to establish the first authenticated relic from Ludwig Leichhardt's lost exhibition.