All the information you need to make the most of your visit including access, parking and guided tours.
Michie Building (9)
St Lucia Campus
except public holidays
11am – 4pm
The Museum will be closed from December 23 until January 6
The Gallery is also available as an event venue - find out more.
Browse the UQ Anthropology Museum's Online Catalogue of over 26,000 items from across the world.
The Museum collection is a valuable and relevant teaching and research resource for academics, students and the public.
The Anthropology Museum cares for a significant collection of non-Western art and artefacts including contemporary Pacific and Australian Indigenous artwork. The Museum also holds a collection of 6500 photographs. It is the largest of UQ's museum collections and the largest university collection of ethnographic material culture in Australia.
This canoe prow ornament is of a type used in western parts of the Solomon Islands, with tabs that made it possible to slot the item into the bow of a canoe if and when required. This type of decorated prow is no longer seen in the Solomons and there are few examples in museums.