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Penguins, dogs and onesies: A day in the life of a Conservator

When you tell people that you work at the museum, most will assume that you are a curator. Little do they realise that there are many other career paths in the cultural sector. 569 more words


Ten Bookish Blogs That I've Been Following For Years!

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week it’s all about celebrating book bloggers either through snapchat, facebook, instagram, twitter…but I decided to keep it simple and go for book bloggers that I love in general.  301 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

Celebrations of Easter: From our collection 

How did you spend your Easter Sunday? Hopefully you won the Easter egg hunt, had a delicious family barbeque or attended an Easter service. Today, we’re looking at several objects in the museum’s collection which explore the variety of ways Australians have celebrated Easter (and the long weekend). 960 more words

From The Collection


It felt strange to back after all the time that had passed. Strange, but strangely natural. She still felt that she could ring the doorbell and when the door opened, it would look the same way it had when she had lived there. 242 more words

YAP proposal #265: Long term permaculture (Mohamed Tarek, Egypt)

When people hear about Sinai in Egypt they often ask, ‘Isn’t it dangerous to live there?’ It can be, especially for people living and farming in North Sinai along the Mediterranean coast, close to Gaza and Israel, where certain groups are fighting Egyptian military forces. 1,110 more words


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Bedouin do put down roots…

This is a blogpost I have helped Mohamed to write for YAP Project Seed Fund Competition. We are seeking more funds so a grant like this would go a long way and it has been a worthwhile exercise at minimum. 1,036 more words

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