- American Museum of Natural History
1416 objects from Australia including nets, boomerangs, cords, baskets, shields, throwing sticks, spears, bullroarer, spear throwers, arrows, clubs.
- Australian Museum
25 000 ethnographic objects and 20000 archaeological collections mentioning Australia (Aboriginal and torres Strait). - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Berndt Museum of Anthropology
7908 artefacts mentioning Australia including ceremonial sculptures, bark paintings, painted skulls, ceremonial items. 13137 photographs.
- Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
821 objects mentioning Australia as region of origin including boomerangs, clubs, spears, adea heads, bracelet. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- British Museum
1861 items mentioning Australia (indigenous) including boomerang, bark paintings, spears, shields, drawings, contemporary paintings, 717 photographic prints,.
- Burke Museum
285 objects from Australia including, spears, spear throwers, bark painting, mortuary poles, boomerangs, mesh bags, etc... - Direct access to the Australia collection
- California Academy of Sciences
349 objects from Australia including boomerangs, clubs, spears, bags, shields, etc..
- Fowler Museum at UCLA
1 barkpainting from Australia.
- Horniman Museum & Garden
54 items mentioning Australia mstly churinga, charms and paintings. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Metroplotion Museum of Art
102 records mentioning Australia including 20th century paintings and ehtnographic artefact : masks, churinga, spears, shields. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Musem of Anthropology
255 objects from Australia mostly spears. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Museo Nacional de Antropologia (Madrid)
17 records mentioning Australia including mostly basketry, spears and photographic prints.
- Museum Volkenkunde Leiden
861 item mentioning Australia including crcodile teeth, shields, spears.
- Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
This on-line presentation showcases 228 works including 101 paintings, 33 bark paintings, 33 works on paper and 61 three dimensional works. The collection includes early works from artists, such as Emily Knwarreye, Michael Nelson Jagamara, John Mawurndjul as well as works by less familiar artists. .
- Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
3350 objects mentioning Australia including spears, boomerangs, sticks, clubs etc; 6305 photographic prints and slides, 117 archival materials.
- Musée Royal de L'Afrique centrale, Tervuren
43 records mentioning Australia including tools, religous items, clubs, boomerang.
- Musée d'Ethnographie de Genève
826 objects from Australia including barkpainting, ceremonial ring, churinga, spear throwers, etc... - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Musée d'ethnograhie de Neuchatel
256 records mentioning Australia including clubs, shields, knives, pounder, stone axes, spears and spear thrower, etc...
- Musée du quai Branly
2226 items mentioning Australia including photographic prints.
- National Museum Australia
Online database contains about 10 % of the actual collection. 500 items mention Australia including Aboriginal and western artefacts reprsenteing Australia history and cultural heritage..
- National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka
3672 records mentioning Australia including paintings, wooden figures, spears, etc….
- Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University
1790 records mentioning Australia including axes, tools, bark paintings, arrows, spear thrower, ceremonial poles, photographic prints, drawings, etc.. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Penn Museum
2594 items mentoning Australia inclduding flakes, tools, scrappers, armbands.
- Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
127 bark paintings from Australia. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Pitt Rivers Museum
16721 items mentioning Australia .
- Smithsonian Institution Washington
1319 records mentioning Australia including photographic prints, churinga, boomerang, bullroarer, wooden culbs, etc.. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
249 items mentioning Australia mostly photographic prints, audio recordings, some paintings and shields.
- Te Papa Tongarewa
36 objects mentioning Australia as a production place mostly spears, 20 aboriginal paintings. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Tropenmuseum Amsterdam
220 objects mentioning Australia including spears, shields, engravings; 97 photographic prints.
- UCL Museum
3 objects from Australia including shields, boomerangs, wooden clubs.
- Universitetets Kultuhistoriske Museer, Oslo
681 records mentioning Australia including shields, clubs, boomerangs, spears, etc.. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- University of Queensland Anthropology Museum
13885 items mentioing Australia including chopping an scrappers, axes, knifes and 2615 photographs. - Direct access to the Australia collection
- Världskultur Museerna
507 records mentioning Australia including culbs, boomerangs, paintings, etc...
- Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History
401 items mentioning Australia including boomerangs, shields, spears.