The Women's Museum of Australia currently offers three exhibits.
Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives
An exhibition celebrating the contributions of Australian women in forging pathways for women and girls to achieve equality and excellence in their chosen fields.
Women at the Heart
This permanent exhibition celebrates the lives of women in outback Australia, contributing to Australian history by including those who have made so much possible. Women.
What's Work Worth?
How do museums represent women and work? What do their collections tell us about the work that women (and by implication, men) do? How do museums represent all the recent changes in women’s work which have taken place? Do some objects symbolise women’s work more than others? Are there “women’s” objects? If yes, do objects have a gender, or do they help construct gender? Or is gender simply a figment of our socially constructed imaginations? What is women’s work? How should museums represent it?