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Exhibitions

Exhibitions

The National Museum of Australia hosts and develops many temporary exhibitions created or supported by the People and the Environment program. Some of these exhibitions have appeared in other venues, in Australia and abroad.

 

Yiwarra Kuju exhibition
Yiwarra Kuju: The Canning Stock Route
The story of the Canning Stock Route's impact on Aboriginal people, through artworks by senior and emerging artists and the stories of traditional custodians. With FORM.
Water exhibition
Water
A global perspective on the Earth's most precious resource. From the American Museum of Natural History.
Exploration and Endeavour exhibition
Exploration and Endeavour: The Royal Society of London and the South Seas
Rare treasures associated with voyages of scientific discovery to the South Seas, from explorers including James Cook and Matthew Flinders. With the Royal Society of London.
Spirited: Australia's Horse Story
Spirited: Australia's Horse Story
Explored how horses have helped to enrich our lives, built our society and shaped our environment.
A Different Time
A Different Time: The Expedition Photographs of Herbert Basedow 1903-1928
Drawing on the Museum's rich collection of Herbert Basedow's photographic work, produced during expeditions into central and northern Australia in the early 1900s.
About the awards
Australian of the Year Awards 2015
Personal objects and video from Rosie Batty, Rodney Croome, Debra-lee Furness, Gill Hicks and the other state finalists in the 2015 Australian of the Year Awards.