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Archaeology in Australia has the major function of exploring, excavating, conserving, protecting the monuments and sites. Here we have presented the information on Australian archaeologist, monuments, archaeological sites, and archaeological museums.



 

Museums in Australia

The museums are mostly historical museums which house the monuments belonging to different periods, ranging from the prehistoric period to the colonial period and are located in different geographical settings. Here are the lists of museums that are present all over Australia.

Hyde Park Barracks Museum

The Hyde Park Barracks are at the southern end of Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South ...

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Justice And Police Museum

Jiras Art Gallery was the fifth art gallery established in Dhaka, Bangladesh, after Dhaka Art ...

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Nicholson Museum

The Nicholson Museum was created in 18571 and was originally known as the 'Museum of ...

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Heritage sites in Australia

Australia has an extraordinarily rich, vast and diverse cultural heritage in the form of built heritage, archaeological sites and remains since prehistoric times. Here we provide a short and snappy list of famous heritage sites in Australia.

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Pioneering archaeologists in Australia

The Archaeologists in Australia have contributed a lot to the Indus valley civilization and in the underwater Archaeology of the shore temples. Here we provide a short and snappy list of famous Archaeologist in Australia.

Raymond Dart

Raymond Dart is best known for his discovery in 1924 ...
Peter McAllister

Peter McAllister is a famous Australian anthropologist. He is the ...
Clemens Rainer Anton Berger

Rainer won many awards,some of them include: 1955-1957: Berger reigned as ...
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Monuments in Australia

Monuments in Australia mainly include temples, mosques, tombs, churches, cemeteries, forts, palaces, step-wells, rock-cut caves, and secular architecture as well as ancient mounds and sites which represent the remains of ancient habitation. Here you could browse through the famous monuments found in Australia.

National Police Memorial Australia

Australia's National Police Memorial is in the national capital, Canberra, in King's Park on the northern shore of Lake Burley ...



Sydney Cenotaph

The Sydney Cenotaph is located in Martin Place and is one of the oldest World War I war monuments in ...



Archibald Fountain

Archibald specified that it must be designed by a French artist. The fountain was unveiled on the 14th of March 1932 ...



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Archaeological Organizations in Australia

Archaeological organizations of Australia are professional bodies operating either for commercial or non- commercial purpose providing information about each and every minute aspect in the field of archaeology. This page acts as illustrative resource that provides a list of the archaeology organizations existing throughout the world. You can also have access to the contact details, history and other details about the professional archaeological organizations.