Australian Antarctic Division - www.antarctica.gov.au
Based in Hobart the division leads, co-ordinates and delivers Australia’s Antarctic Program, working closely with other countries on both the ice and sea.
Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) - www.imas.edu.au
A world class centre of excellence for research and education at the University of Tasmania. The University of Tasmania was ranked in the top 50 for Earth and Marine Sciences, which covers the bulk of IMAS’s research and teaching activities.
CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research - www.csiro.au
Australia’s national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world. Undertake research in the assessment of atmospheric and earth systems and the prediction of climate, weather and ocean processes, coastal management and the sustainability of marine resources.
Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC) - www.acecrc.org.au
Providing governments and industry with accurate timely and actionable information on climate and its likely impacts. The CRC is established and supported under Australia's Government cooperative research Centre programme.
CCAMLR - www.ccamlr.org
Established in 1982 in response to the increasing commercial interest in harvesting the Antarctic krill. CCAMLR is responsible for the conservation of Antarctic resources.
Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) - www.imos.org.au
A collaboration of the country’s leading marine research organisations. Co-located in Hobart with the Ocean Data Network, making data freely available to the Australian marine and climate science community.
Southern Ocean Observing Systems (SOOS) - www.soos.aq
SOOS is an international initiative of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR)
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery - www.tmag.tas.gov.au
Tasmania's leading natural, cultural and heritage organisation. It is a combined museum, art gallery and herbarium which safeguards the physical evidence of Tasmania's natural and cultural heritage, and the cultural identity of Tasmanians, including a permanent Antarctic Exhibit ‘Islands to Ice’.