Centrally located opposite Hyde Park in Sydney, the Australian Museum was established in 1827 and has an international reputation in the fields of natural history and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, research, community programs and exhibitions.
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Visit us to explore the Southern Hemisphere’s largest collection of natural, cultural and historical objects and specimens at Australia’s first museum.
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|Scheduled tours from 28 May||Wednesdays, Saturdays & Sundays: 11.30am and 1pm|
Expand your understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures on this unique tour of objects from the Australian Museum's exhibitions, led by a First Nations guide.
Private tours available on request. For any tourism packages, rates or enquires please contact group bookings.
Waranara means ‘to seek’ in the First Nations languages of the Sydney region – seek knowledge, seek truth, seek understanding. And that’s exactly what our First Nations guides invite you to do on this special one-hour tour of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural objects from the Australian Museum’s collections.
Led by guides from the First Nations team, you will also hear their personal stories about the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.