ScreenSound Australia

ScreenSound Australia

ScreenSound Australia, the National Screen and Sound Archive, is the treasure house of Australian audiovisual history. ScreenSound collects and preserves Australia's moving images and sound recordings. Our collection includes a diverse range of material from the 1890s to the present day: from Dame Nellie Melba and The Story of the Kelly Gang to Dame Edna and the Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. For young and old, the door is opened to Australia's story in the 20th Century and into the new millenium.

Address: 
McCoy Circuit, Acton, ACT
Tel: 
0262482000
Hours: 
9.00am-5.00pm Weekdays, 10.00am-5.00pm Weekends & Public Holidays, closed Christmas day
Admission: 
free - a small charge is levied on group bookings (e.g. bus tours, school groups etc) which includes entry to exhibitions and a live presentation.
Facilities: 
Shop, guided tours, education programs, cafeteria, historic courtyard available for functions, advice, collection access, copying, research, lending.
Collection: 
Approx 1 million audio-visual items and 1 million documentation items
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