The Natural Sciences Collections of the South Australian Museum will be closed from late November 2023 while staff complete essential audit work. The closure is expected to last until mid-2024. Our galleries remain open to the public.
Our biological sciences collections encompass a diverse range of fauna, from parasites to whales.
The South Australian Museum is a global leader in research about opal and copper.
'Turtle cutting Minakuri S.W corner Bentinck I Qu.
Head of spear thrower used as lever in cutting up turtle with baler shell (Melo) knife 26 May 60
Pluto at right Maurice central fig.
Journ. P. 225
lecture copy made'
Tindale Tribes: Kaiadilt.