2021 Impact Circle Grant – Recipient Announced

The Foundation for the WA Museum are thrilled to announce 2021 Impact Circle grant has been awarded to one of five incredible WA Museum finalists. Hosted in the stunning Hackett Hall under ‘Otto’ the blue whale at WA Museum Boola Bardip – the inaugural Impact Circle Voting event saw partners, friends, guests, and of course donors of the Foundation come together…

2021 IMPACT CIRCLE VOTING EVENT PROJECTS

The Foundation for the WA Museum are pleased to showcase the five projects that will feature at the inaugural Impact Circle Voting event later this year.   PROJECT 1 – ‘DAWSON’S BURROWING BEE’ EDUCATION PROJECT A collaboration between the WA Museum’s regions and the Science/Collections departments, this project will support the Gwoonwardu Mia Gascoyne Aboriginal…

WA Museum Boola Bardip at night

Congratulations to WA Museum Boola Bardip

The Foundation for the WA Museum would like to congratulate WA Museum Boola Bardip who won three major national industry awards last Wednesday night. Supported through the Foundations Discovery Endowment Fund, the $400 million state government-funded project topped three categories at the Museums and Galleries National Awards (MAGNAs): Permanent Exhibition or Gallery Fitout – Awarded…

Your 2021 FameLab Australia State Semi-Finalists are here!

We are very proud to announce the semi-finalists for each State in the 2021 FameLab Australia competition! FameLab Australia supports early to mid career researchers by facilitating networking opportunities, science-communication skill growth and providing the opportunity to share their research with the world. In 2021 we have worked diligently to provide the best possible online…

The Rottnest Channel Swim team from the WA Museum

2021 Rottnest Channel Swim

SUPPORT YOUR WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM CURATION AND RESEARCH TEAM Donate to the Foundation for the WA Museum to support the scientists behind the Museum! This amazing team of scientists are swimming all the way to Rottnest in the 2021 Rottnest Channel Swim to raise money for the Foundation and support the WA Museum.   DONATE…

Burrup Peninsula’s Micro Museum

The North West Shelf Visitors Centre on the Burrup Peninsula have their own micro Museum thanks to a partnership between the Western Australian Museum and Woodside. At the North West Shelf Project Visitor Centre find out more about one of the world’s largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects. Located on a rise, the centre provides spectacular…