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The expertly crafted Hannah Cabinet, which took more than six years to create, will be on permanent display for all Australians at the Lismore...
The Protection of Cultural Objects on Loan Scheme provides legal protection for cultural objects on loan from overseas lenders for temporary public exhibition in Australia.
Information about the Visions program: list of funding recipients for round 9.
The Advisory Committee for Indigenous Repatriation helps the Australian Government deliver the Indigenous Repatriation policy.
The Australian Government seeks the unconditional return of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestral remains from overseas collecting institutions and private holders.
The Community Heritage Grants (CHG) program provides grants of up to $15,000 to community groups to help preserve and manage locally held but...
The Australian Government has supported the return of over 1600 Australian Indigenous ancestors from overseas institutions and private collectors for over 30 years.
The Australian Government has announced a package of measures to mark the 250th Anniversary of James Cook's first voyage to Australia and the Pacific in 1770.
Importing cultural material from foreign countries into Australia must comply with the laws of the foreign country and Australia.
The National Cultural Heritage Account helps Australian public cultural organisations buy significant objects that they could not otherwise afford.
A permit is needed to take significant cultural material out of Australia. We regulate the export of cultural material under the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986.
Cultural material bought in Australia or overseas is protected by laws. Our role is to help you make sure that you buy, sell, import or export cultural objects legally.
The Indigenous Repatriation Program—Museum Grants (the Program) facilitates the return of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestors and secret sacred objects held in eight major Australian...