Nursing Museum & Historical Photographs Collection, Charles Darwin University

Charles Darwin University's Nursing Museum and Historical Photographs Collection stared in 1987 and reflects the evolution of health care in the Northern Territory and the the aim is to preserve and promote a moveable cultural heritage. Photographs, artefacts, instruments, memorabilia and ephemera are collected and displayed.

Ellengowan Drive, Casuarina NT 0810, Australia
+61 08 8946 6385
Week days 9 to 5 pm
General admission free
The main display can be seen on the University's Casuarina campus in the Faculty of Education, Health and Science building [blue 5] and is open to the public during the usual University openng hours. There are also two small displays outside the University Council Room and in the entrance of Darwin Private Hospital.

The Nursing Museum is interested in artefacts and memorabilia which relate to nurses and nursing, particularly of those who have served in the Territory. Also relevant are items which pertain to local health and nursing services and equipment used by nurses. m