The Western Australian Museum-Perth offers a wide range of hands-on and educational exhibitions. Journey back three and a half billion years to the origin of our ancient land, when dinosaurs, mega-fauna and meteorites once inhabited WA and the prehistoric earth. Explore the stories and culture of the local Aboriginal people, the effects of European settlement and the State's unique flora, fauna and biodiversity.
Australians are closely linked to the sea through commerce, defence, exploration, adventure, sport and play. The Western Australian Maritime Museum- offers several unique galleries that explore Western Australia's relationship with the sea.
The Western Australian Museum-Shipwreck Galleries allows you to hear, see and breathe maritime adventure. Discover tales of ships, exploration, survival, mutiny and rebellion in a 1850s-era Commissariat building.
On the site of the first European settlement lies The Western Australian Museum-Albany, providing exhibitions, public programs, educational programs and information on the unique natural and social history of the region.
Journey through the Western Australian Museum-Geraldton exploring the rich heritage of the land, sea and people of the mid west region. Discover ancient landforms, Yamaji history and culture, and the region's natural landscapes and marine environment.
The Eastern Goldfields colourful, harsh and hostile charm has been captured and distilled in the Western Australian Museum of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Explore the largest display of the State's collection of gold bars and nuggets, see how prospectors searched for this precious metal, and learn about the life and hardships faced by mining families during the early 1900s.
Visit Perth’s oldest public building and one of the few law museums in Australia.
The Francis Burt Law Education Centre & Museum served as the Swan River Law Society offices from 1965 to 1987 and was refurbished and reopened to the public in 1987. A community education centre for legal history, the museum offers a variety of activities including Old Courthouse tours.
|Where:||Stirling Gardens, Cnr Barrack Street & St Georges Terrace|
|Open:||Wednesday to Friday - 10.00am to 2.30prm|
|Phone:||(+61 8) 9325 4787|
|Website:||Francis Burt Law Education Centre & Museum|