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You need a permit to take some trophies, sporting objects and memorabilia that are more than 30 years old out of Australia.
In Australia, national and international cultural property is protected through the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986, which gives effect to the UNESCO Convention on the Means of...
Importing cultural material from foreign countries into Australia must comply with the laws of the foreign country and Australia.
Ancient opalised marine fossils are on public display at the South Australian Museum.
The National Cultural Heritage Account helped Sydney's Powerhouse Museum buy a historically significant Wedgwood Swan Vase.
Unique Dame Nellie memorabilia goes under the hammer
The Malcolm Moore diesel locomotive GT–112–DH1 found a permanent home with the Alexandra Timber Tramway and Museum, in Victoria.
The purchase of the sundial for permanent exhibition will assist in better interpretation of Port Macquarie's history as a British penal settlement...
The National Library of Australia is embarking on a ground-breaking project to conserve, catalogue and digitise 12,000 glass-plate negatives from...
The Australian Government has announced funding of $100,000 from the National Cultural Heritage Account for the purchase of a Collection of nine...
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The Cultural Gifts Program offers tax incentives to encourage people to donate cultural items to public art galleries, museums, libraries and archives in Australia. ContactPhone: 02 6271 7106Email: firstname.lastname@example.org AddressCultural Gifts ProgramDepartment of Communications and the ArtsGPO Box 2154Canberra ACT 2601
Valuation of the market value of gifts donated under the Cultural Gifts Program must be carried out by approved valuers.
We seek advice from expert advisors to value gifts under the Cultural Gifts Program. Expressions of interest are always open for new expert advisors.
The domestic Indigenous Repatriation Program returns Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestral remains and secret sacred objects held in major Australian museums to the communities they came...
The Australian Government seeks the unconditional return of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestral remains from overseas collections.
The University of Cambridge introduced five Thursday Island students to a collection of Torres Strait artefacts this week....
Joint Press Statement on the repatriation of Indigenous ancestral remains
The Advisory Committee for Indigenous Repatriation helps the Australian Government deliver the Indigenous Repatriation policy.
2014 National Resting Place Consultation report