Mary Wilsallen's sulky
A pony-sized brass Sydney sulky from about 1940, belonging to champion horsewoman and breeder Mary Willsallen.
Essendon milk cart
A horsedrawn cart used by Lincoln Park Dairy to deliver milk in Melbourne from the 1940s to 1987.
Newcastle bakery cart
One of a fleet of horsedrawn vehicles used by the Newcastle & Suburban Co-operative Society from the 1940s.
Nowland's mail coach
A thoroughbrace mail coach that carried passengers across the Liverpool Plains in New South Wales until the 1920s.
The oldest surviving Australian racing trophy.
Farm Life quilt
Horses and other animals on a 1930s South Australian farm, drawn with a needle and thread on a school-girls’ quilt.
A collection with winners including hog-skin saddle makers and a mare named 'Mincemeat'.
Cadel Evans collection
A Ridley 'Helium' road bike from the 2008 Tour de France, and a Cannondale mountain bike.
Bush pram and dog boots
Customised camping gear used by the Dunphy family on bushwalks in the Blue Mountains in the 1930s.
Val Plumwood canoe
The canoe used by Val Plumwood during a crocodile attack in Kakadu National Park in 1985.
James Ferrier medal
Awarded as second prize in a ploughing match at Coleraine in western Victoria in 1869.
Kenya Station windmill
A Simplex windmill which provided water for stock on a Queensland grazing property for more than 60 years.
Leichhardt plate and medal
A relic from explorer Ludwig Leichhardt's ill-fated 1848 expedition and a medal awarded by the Royal Society.
Nelson's dog collar
Linked to a dramatic story of a dog saving a man during a flash flood in a Melbourne street in the 1880s.
The skin and body of a Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine, collected shortly before the species became extinct.