The Wom­en’s Muse­um of Aus­tralia fea­tures three per­ma­nent exhi­bi­tions com­mem­o­rat­ing the achieve­ments of Aus­tralian women to our his­to­ry: Ordi­nary Women, Extra­or­di­nary Lives: First in their Field, Women at the Heart, and What’s Work Worth? We are also respon­si­ble for research­ing and pro­mot­ing the sto­ries of the Old Alice Springs Gaol and we offer a pro­gram of tem­po­rary exhibitions.

Ordi­nary Women Extra­or­di­nary Lives cel­e­brates Aus­tralian women who were first in their field

Women at the Heart” exhi­bi­tion panel.

Part of What’s Work Worth?” display

Men’s cell block, for­mer HM Gaol and Labour Prison Alice Springs.

Image cour­tesy of Zavier Fabi­jan and Jess Tyley

The Her­Sto­ry Archive is now avail­able on a touch­screen in our muse­um for vis­i­tors to explore and dis­cov­er the sto­ries of these inspir­ing women.