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The National Museum’s Public Affairs team assists the media with inquiries about the Museum, its collections and exhibitions, and helps connect media with our expert staff.

Where to find us

National Museum of Australia
Lawson Crescent
Acton Peninsula, Canberra ACT 2601

Media contact

Tracy Sutherland
02 6208 5338 | 0438 620 710
media@nma.gov.au

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Media releases

07 May 2003

Museum digs in for Archaeology Week
The archaeology of the Gallipoli battlefields, ancient Iraq, Arnhem Land and even Acton Peninsula in Canberra will be examined during National Archaeology Week at the National Museum of Australia.

05 May 2003

Remains welcomed home to South Australia
The remains of some 300 Aboriginal people will be Welcomed Back to Country in a ceremony at Camp Coorong on Thursday, after Ngarrindjeri elders collected the remains from the National Museum of Australia today.

28 April 2003

Largest return of Aboriginal remains
The remains of some 300 Aboriginal people, robbed from their graves a century ago, will be returned to the Ngarrindjeri people of the lower Murray Lakes and Coorong area in South Australia by the National Museum of Australia next Monday in what is the nation’s largest repatriation of ancestral remains.

23 April 2003

National Museum's new branding campaign
The National Museum of Australia is inviting Australians to “Discover why we are like we are” in a major new branding campaign to be launched next month.

23 April 2003

Canberra bushfires book launch at Museum
A book which documents the stories and images of the ACT’s devastating January bushfires contributed by those who lived through the capital’s greatest disaster will be launched at the National Museum next week.

20 April 2003

Anzac pilgrims plot Australia's social history
Are you one of the thousands of Australians who has made the pilgrimage to join Anzac Day services at Gallipoli?

15 April 2003

Museum talkback goes international
Students from the United States will join Australian students in questioning Prime Minister John Howard about the Iraq conflict and other issues next month through a TV hookup between the National Museum and the Smithsonian Institution a new twist in this year's series of Talkback Classroom.

10 April 2003

Australians recorded for Eternity
The personal stories of 25 extraordinary Australians, including cricketer Victor Trumper and bionic ear developer Professor Graeme Clark, will be brought to life in one of the National Museum of Australia’s most popular galleries next month.

26 March 2003

Drought in the Year of Freshwater
Australia has just weathered the longest and worst drought for a century.

19 March 2003

Museum performers recreate old magic
Australia’s most successful but now largely forgotten magician will be brought back to life in a performance work during a unique two-week residency this month at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra.

19 March 2003

Canberra's green gardens to flourish again
ACT residents whose gardens have been damaged or lost through drought and January’s bushfires will get free advice from a panel of experts at a National Museum forum next weekend.

19 March 2003

Twists and turns of Museum's history
One of Australia’s foremost historians, Professor John Mulvaney, will reflect on the tangled history that led to the creation of the National Museum of Australia in a lecture this week to mark the Museum’s second anniversary.

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