The second stop is the South Australian Museum, which is famous for its world-class natural history and cultural collections. Small as it is, the venue is the largest collection of Aboriginal cultural heritage in Australia in the world. In addition, there are Australian Marine Biology Museum, Mineral Resources Exhibition, Paleontology Museum, and even the Egyptian Museum... The South Australian Museum now holds one of its opal fossils, which is listed as the top Australian treasure with a market price of 1 million Australian dollars and is called Virgin Rainbow Lazy Rainbow because of its colorful colors. Personally, it's worth visiting here.
The South Australian Museum is located in Adelaide, adjacent to the South Australian Art Museum. It is free to open. However, there is a donation box at the entrance. It shows that in order to maintain the museum, visitors are expected to donate 10 Australian dollars. I don't have 10 Australian dollars, only 100 of them are not donated. But I always feel embarrassed not to donate, so I attend the Aboriginal Nationalities Exhibition Hall on the first floor. Look, you can take pictures, but no flash is allowed. If my mobile phone has a flash, I will not take pictures. I think if I go to see it, I'd better prepare 10 Australian dollars for donation. After all, they are counting on foreigners for donation. Locals generally donate little.
The South Australian Museum is a place that reflects the historical changes of South Australia. There are many cultural relics of Australian Yuan residents in southern China, including their boats, daily necessities, clothing and so on. It makes people feel that the land of Australia has a long history and deserves people's good understanding.
The Australian Museum (AUSTRALIANMUSEUM), located on College Street near Hyde Park in Sydney, is one of the world's recognized top ten exhibitions and the largest natural history museum in Australia. Founded in 1827, it is the first museum in Australia. The museum was originally called the Colonial Pioneers Museum and was renamed in 1929. The collection is extremely rich, many of which are unique.
South Australian Museum is famous for its world-class natural history and cultural collections. Small as it is, the venue is the largest collection of Aboriginal cultural heritage in Australia in the world. In addition, there are Australian Marine Biology Museum, Mineral Resources Exhibition, Paleontology Museum, and even the Egyptian Museum... Personally, it's worth visiting here.
The South Australian Museum is a small museum, but it has the largest collection of Aboriginal crafts and a large number of Melanesian works of art in the world. Its contents are very rich. There are many visitors here every day. After visiting it, the collection inside is really too many.
I loved visiting this museum. There are two galleries dedicated to Aboriginal culture and history, and one to Pacific cultures, which I found really interesting. The museum is strong in natural history as well as cultural, with exhibits on prehistoric megafauna and South Australian diversity. There’s a giant squid on display that spans the vertical height of all four of the museum’s floors, highlighting the sheer scale – and importance – of the world’s deep sea life.