The National Museum holds a collection of more than 250 artefacts which relate to the events surrounding the disappearance of Azaria Chamberlain at Uluru in 1980, and the subsequent experiences of her family.
All photography is by Dragi Markovic and Dean McNicoll, unless otherwise stated.
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Black dress, panties and booties worn by Azaria Chamberlain. This dress is a powerful illustration of the frenzy of speculation which surrounded the Chamberlain story. It was originally made for Lindy Chamberlain's son, Reagan. However, rumours emerged that Lindy often dressed her daughter in black – a colour which was perceived by some to be an 'unnatural' colour in which to dress a child – and another sign of her apparent guilt.
Detail from a child's parka showing Chamberlain inquest exhibition label and signs of forensic testing.