South Australian Museum

The South Australian Museum is a museum in Adelaide, South Australia, founded in 1856. It occupies a complex of buildings on North Terrace in the cultural precinct of the Adelaide Parklands.

The museum contains the largest collection of Australian Aboriginal cultural artefacts in the world.

Permanent galleries include:

- Australian Aboriginal Cultures Gallery

- South Australian Biodiversity Gallery

- World Mammals Gallery

- Mawson Gallery

- Megafauna Gallery

- Minerals and Meteorites Gallery

- Fossils Gallery

- Pacific Cultures Gallery

- Ancient Egyptian Room

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Exhibitions and events

Australian Aboriginal Cultures Gallery

Permanent exhibition

With over 3,000 items on display in a contemporary, interactive setting, this gallery showcases the museum's outstanding collection of Australian Aboriginal artefacts and archival material, regarded...

Educational programs

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