Australian Museums where antiquities and ancient coins can be viewed.


The Nicholson Museum

The Nicholson Museum is Australia’s oldest university museum and home to the largest collection of antiquities in the SouthernHemisphere.

Visit the Nicholson Museum Website

Macquarie University – Museum of Ancient Cultures

An excellent collection of antiquities well displayed. Includes some remarkable Egyptian antiquities on loan from the Sydney Museum. In the same building on the Macquarie campus is the Australian Centre for Ancient Numismatic Studies.

The attached image shows an Apulian Fish Plate purchased from Antiquarius.

Visit the Macquarie Museum of Ancient Cultures

Visit the Australian Centre of Numismatics


The University of Queensland

The RD Milns Antiquities Museum is now the foremost collection of classical Mediterranean antiquities in Queensland.

The Antiquities Museum is part of the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry at The University of Queensland.


Visit the R D Milns Museum




The University of Tasmania

The John Elliott Classics Museum is located at the University of Tasmania in Hobart. It is a surprisingly comprehensive and well displayed collection of antiquities and coins.

Visit the John Elliot Classics Museum

The Mona Museum of Old and New

An extraordinary and beautiful museum with an impressive collection of antiquities.

Visit MONA



The University of Adelaide

Visit the South Australian Museum


The University of Melbourne

Visit the Ian Potter Museum Website

The National Museum of Victoria

An extensive collection, one of the best collections in Australia

Visit the National Museum of Victoria