UQ Anthropology Museum
The UQ Anthropology Museum has the largest university collection of ethnographic material culture in Australia.
We have preserved and catalogued over 26,000 non-Western art and artefacts, with special depth in late nineteenth and twentieth-century Australian Aboriginal and Pacific artefacts.
The collection is an important resource for family research, visual culture studies, histories of anthropology, native title research, cultural history and post-colonial studies.
Our catalogue provides online access to over 6000 high-resolution photos of artefacts.
Artefacts range from household implements, performance props, musical instruments, textiles and clothing, water-craft, paintings, hunting gear, weapons and stone tools.
Browse by location or categories such as bodywear, architecture, medicine and sculpture.
Visit us online to view our catalogue, plan your trip and see what's on.