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Our living land

Encountering an upside down world

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This exhibition explores how Tasmania’s natural environment has been used to create wealth, advance science and define the state. It also examines the way Europeans responded to the unfamiliar plants and animals they encountered when they first arrived in the new colony.

Discover how Tasmania’s natural environment influenced the development of the colony and how some species vanished, others prospered and new ones arrived.

This is a permanent exhibition on the ground floor of the Bond Store Galleries.

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Our living land

Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery – TMAG
Dunn Place, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery – TMAG

Dunn Place, Hobart

Dispossessions and Possessions

Dunn Place, Hobart

Progress and Politics

Dunn Place, Hobart

Modern Age

Dunn Place, Hobart

Our changing land: Creating Tasmania

Dunn Place, Hobart

Our land: parrawa, parrawa! Go away!

Dunn Place, Hobart

ningina tunapri

Dunn Place, Hobart

Public art – The Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery

Dunn Place, Hobart

The Power of Change

Dunn Place, Hobart

Islands to Ice

Dunn Place, Hobart

Inscription and Place

Dunn Place, Hobart

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