Migration

Discover stories behind the latest exhibitions, fascinating explorations into migration, and the surprising details of what happens inside (and outside) a modern working museum.

 

Highlights

 

Articles

28 May 2013

Film exploring Indian Australian identity – a must see!

28 Feb 2013

A chance encounter in Albury

22 Feb 2013

The Molong Historical Museum

14 Jun 2012

Restoring hope and a fishing boat called ‘Freedom’

13 Jun 2012

Through the eyes of a 13 year old

08 May 2012

Object of the Week: The Importance of Doors, the Lederer collection

29 Mar 2012

Object of the Week - Voyage into the unknown: the beautiful white dress

29 Sep 2011

Designing the SIEV X memorial
Britain's Child Migrants

Online exhibition – On Their Own: Britain's Child Migrants

From the 1860s, more than 100,000 children were sent from Britain to Canada, Australia, and other Commonwealth countties through child migration schemes. 
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At the museum

Statue of boy, Passengers Gallery exhibition

Exhibition

Passengers
Habitat

Vessel

Tu Do
Welcome Wall
Australia’s National Monument to Migration

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We Are Many - Stories of Australia's Migrants
Waves of Migration
A fishing boat called Freedom: the story of Tu Do

Videos

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The Strange Big Canoe
Australian National Maritime Museum & The Sea
Timelapse - Sea Monsters exhibition install