The Australian Directors Guild (ADG) is an industry association representing the interests of film, television and digital media directors, documentary makers, animators, assistant directors and independent producers throughout Australia. ADG has 700 members nationally.
A volunteer association which operates the Tramway Museum, St. Kilda, SA. The Museum preserves and operates the various types of electric trams which ran in Adelaide from 1909 to 1958, together with examples of trams built in South Australia that operated interstate on a 1.6km tramway between the Museum and the St Kilda foreshore. Open Sundays, Public Holidays and Wednesdays during School Holidays 12 noon to 5pm.
The Australian Film Institute (AFI) exists to foster engagement between the general public and the film industry. Established in 1958, the AFI promotes Australian film and television through the annual AFI Awards. Our Membership Program includes a fortnightly e-newsletter, discounts on cinema tickets and film magazine subscriptions, preview film screenings throughout the year, and the opportunity to vote for the year's best films.
Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) - Australia's national screen arts and broadcast school - has been delivering advanced training for the film, television and radio industries for almost 40 years. The school attracts students from all over Australia who are driven to create experiment and develop their skills in all of the specialist areas that make up this dynamic and exciting sector.
The Australian Flute Society promotes the flute and flute playing. The David Cubbin Memorial Fund assists young flautists to attend a flute festival or flute event.
The Australian Heritage Council is the principal adviser to the Australian Government on heritage matters. The Council assesses nominations for the National Heritage List and the Commonwealth Heritage List and compiles the Register of the National Estate.
The Australian Museum is Australia's leading natural sciences and anthropology museum. Visit spectacular exhibitions including Indigenous Australians, biodiversity, More Than Dinosaurs and skeletons; or learn about our natural environment at the search & discover centre. The Museum is also available for functions and events. Visit www.australianmuseum.net.au
The Australian Music Centre connects people around the world with information, scores, CDs and publications related to original Australian music of every genre. It houses the most comprehensive collection of its kind in the world of over 12,500 works by approximately 450 Australian composers.
The first and largest botanic gardens in Australia devoted entirely to the cultivation of Australian native plants, all supported by scientific voucher specimens in the Australian National Herbarium. About one third of all native plants are growing here in the national capital, Canberra. Open to the public 7 days a week, cafe and bookshop and usual facilities. Open every day except Christmas Day.