Australian Museum

The Australian Museum is a statutory body established under the Australian Museum Trust Act 1975. The Museum is principally funded by the New South Wales Government through the Department of Arts, Sport and Recreation. The Museum delivers services to clients and stakeholders in three main fields: (1) collection management - the Museum maintains and develops the largest natural history and cultural collection in Australia with over 16 million registered items or lots (2) scientific research - the Museum undertakes scientific research on its collection of objects and in the field to expand our understanding of the biota and indigenous cultures of Australia and the Pacific region (3) public programs - the Museum presents a wide array of exhibitions, programs and events to raise community awareness of the biota and indigenous cultures of Australia and the Pacific region.

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