The Australian Museum is a leading cultural attraction located in the heart of Sydney’s central business district.
Founded in 1827, it’s Australia’s first museum, inspiring generations of visitors to explore nature and culture and offering a diverse array of public programs for all ages. It hosts everything from world-class exhibitions and ever-changing special displays to dynamic events and innovative learning services.
The Museum also houses the largest natural science and cultural collection in Australia – with more than 21 million objects representing the environmental and cultural histories of the Australian and Pacific regions.
The Museum has a long history of developing and producing permanent, temporary and touring exhibitions, including international blockbusters such as Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family and Spiders – From Fear to Fascination.