Join burra (eel) on a fascinating learning journey through Country, at this exciting state-of-the-art education space that immerses you in Western science and First Nations knowledges.

Trace the incredible migration of burra along estuaries and rivers, across rockpools and out to sea. As you follow the life-cycle of this surprisingly resilient fish, you and your children will learn about our environment, the Australian Museum’s science, and the importance of caring for Country and each other.

A truly unique experience in the heart of Gadigal Country where you can explore at your own pace or join a free pop-up event. Children and adults are invited to touch, listen and see while exploring the giant burra, sensory walls and interactive play zones. General entry to the Australian Museum and Burra is free!

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and actively supervised at all times.

Artwork by Jasmine Miikika Craciun, Barkindji, Malyangapa.

Learn more about Burra

Delve into the themes of Burra learning space and learn more about First Nations cultures and the importance of caring for Country and each other.

Learn more

Funded by the Australian Museum Foundation through an extraordinary bequest from the estate of the late Patricia McDonald a former AM educator. Patricia believed in a hands-on approach to children’s discovery of the natural world and was a pioneer of AM education.

Supported by generous donors including:

Strategic Partners

Supported by