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Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Crystal structure of stony-iron-meteorite.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Tectites from the Henbury Craters.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Stromatolites consist of layers of inorganic material laid down by a mat of algae.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Tourmaline from Mount Riddock.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Hunting boomerang.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Aircraft used by the Flying Doctors.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Exhibits in the Aviation Museum.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 The wreck of the Kookaburra which crashed in 1929 while searching for a lost aircraft.
Australia
Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park
Uluru
Mala Walk
 Rock art at Kulpi Nyiinkaku, the Teaching Cave.
Australia
Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park
Uluru
Mala Walk
 Ceremonial cave.
Australia
Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park
Uluru
Mala Walk
 Painting of emu tracks.
Australia
Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park
Uluru
Mala Walk
 The elders' cave.
Australia
Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park
Uluru
Kuniya Walk
 Wall paintings in the Mutitjulu Cave, used by families for camping while the men went to hunt.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Woomeras from the Arrente people.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Arrows and barbed spears.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Hunting boomerangs.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Wooden clubs.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Shields.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Water basket made from bark sewed together from the Northern Territory.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Fire sticks.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Fire making kit.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Fish killing boomerangs.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Softwood shields from the Macdonell Ranges.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Headware used by the Arrente people.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Fighting boomerangs.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Luritja shield with snake dreaming design (top) and Arrente shield.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Shield from the Kaurna of the Adelaide region.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Millstone used to grind fern spores by the Barkindji people.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Painted bark buckets.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Bag woven from synthetic material in 1977.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Mid 20th century bark paintings.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Woven baskets from the Northern coastal regions.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 A collection of woven baskets.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Aprons from Darwin.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Three stages of an emu hunt, part of a Wangkangurru string story.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Pendant carrying a child's umbilical chord (Queensland).
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Feathered head-dresses.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Detail of feathered head-dress.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Marbles and spinning tops from the northern coastal regions.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Painting from the Gulf of Carpentaria showing hunting scenes.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Biting bags used by men to bite into during fights.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Woroma shell necklaces.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Carved wooden figures.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 A collection of shields.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Flint mined during the ice age 22,000 years ago and made into arrow heads.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Message conveying an invitation to a ceremony.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Peace symbol carried to show peaceful intentions when travelling though foreign regions.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Fish poisons used for fishing.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Hunting figure from Papua New Guinea.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Heads and shields from Papua New Guinea.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Model of a New Guinea dwelling.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Trading canoe from the Trobriand islands.
Australia
Adelaide
Museum of South Australia
 Head from Vanatu.
Australia
Adelaide
Ayres House
 Ayres House dates from 1846.
Australia
Adelaide
Ayres House
 The mansion is named after Henry Ayres, former Premier of South Australia, who lived here between 1855 and 1897.
Australia
Adelaide
Ayres House
 The interior of the house.
Australia
Adelaide
 Map ay the Tandaya Cultural Centre showing the languages spoken in the Adelaide region at the time of the European arrivals.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Port Adelaide" (1885) by Edmund Gauldsmith.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Government House and Fort Macquarie" by George E Peacock, 1845.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 A painting of the Ouse River in Tasmania by John Glover, 1838.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "The Welcome Waterhole" (1883) by H J Johnstone.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Children Playing in a Paddock" by Jane Southerland, c1895.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Early Morning, Heidelberg" by Walter Withers, 1898.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "A Clearing in the Forest" (1891), John Russell.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Waterloo Boulevard, Brussels" by USA artist, Ambrose Patterson (1909).
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Patawarta, Land of the Oratunga" by Hans Heysen (1929).
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Foothills of the Flinders" by Hans Heysen (1929).
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "The Company's Bridge, Hackney" by James Shaw, 1864.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "The Pink Scarf" (1913) by Hilda Rix Nicholas.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Self Portrait" by Bessie Davidson, 1909.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Miss Gwen Ridley" (1930) by Grace Crowley.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "The Bridge" by Dorrit Black painted in Sydney, 1930.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "The Olive Plantation" by Adelaide artist, Dorrit Black (1946).
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Painting on eucalyptus bark from the Anindilyakwa people.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Two paintings c1840 by Benjamin Duterrau.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Victoire Crowther" by W P Dowling, 1852.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Shield from South Australia, c1930.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Aboriginal Flowers" by Margaret Preston (1928).
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Grave pole (Turtini) of the Tiwi people. Turtinis are placed in the ground at the end of the mourning period.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Bangudja (the Shark) Attacking the Dolphin" by Nangapiana (1948).
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "French Cafe" by Melbourne painter Peter Purves Smith, 1936.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Aboriginies in Fitzroy" by Australian-Israeli artist Yosl Bergner, 1941.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 A collection of small portraits by Sidney Nolan from the 1940s.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Lovers Under a Tree with a Weeping Head", Arthur Boyd, 1963.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "All on a Summer's Day" by Charles Conder, 1888.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "The Lift" (1954) by John Breck.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "The Bridge" by James Cant, 1945.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "Figures by a Creek" by Arthur Boyd (1944).
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 "The Four Seasons" by Hugh Ramsey in 1909.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Bronze of "The Kiss" by Rayner Hoff in 1923.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Double gourd vase and sake goblet from 1890s Japan.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 18th century Shia Muslim symbol from India.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Detail of Arabic caligraphy on Shia Muslim symbol from India.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 19th century silver pilgrim flask from India.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Glazed tiles from 16th century Damascus, Syria.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 18th century writing box from Japan.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Early 20th century Buddhist manuscript from Burma.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Lace from Brussels.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Carved round box from 19th century China.
Australia
Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia
 Ceremonial drape with Islamic caligraphy from West Java.

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