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 and cooking
Shell filled with blood. laid on fire for cooking. 26 May 1960
Minakuri SW point Bentinck I Queensland
journ. p. 225'
Tindale Tribes: Kaiadilt.