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Australia in the Great War is the Australian War Memorial's new exhibition in the First World War Galleries.
Discover one of the world's great... more
Crisis 1914! The call to arms explores the political events which led to Australia's involvement in the First World War, from outbreak of war in August to... more
Take a Guided Tour of Geoscience Australia's Laboratories. This is a great chance to find out how rocks, oil, gas and water are analysed if you're not... more
Following sell-out shows in Los Angeles and at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, comes the National Gallery of Australia's 2014 summer... more
Join in the fun these school holidays with the National Dinosaur Museum. Take a guided tour through Australia's largest display of dinosaurs.
Tony Albert works in a number of art forms, including drawing, painting, photography, and installation. A founding member of Queensland's Indigenous art... more
World War 1 touched the lives of nearly all Australians, including those who served Australia's Parliament. During the anniversary of World War 1... more
William Edwin Pidgeon was a painter, cartoonist, illustrator, and newspaper critic. This exhibition presents a selection of the over 400 works by William... more
Afghanistan and the Middle East are now linked to Australia's national story.
Australia's mission is clear: to combat international terrorism, to... more
Enterprising Australians gives an insight into how great ideas happen and you can hear the inspiring stories of Australia's modern-day innovators. more
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