Exploring the WorldPhoto Galleries | Updated 2 years ago Map of the Indian Ocean World History Archive / Alamy Stock Photo Aboriginal Artist Charlene Carrington at work near WarmunCharlene Carrington, Tourism Western Australia Image of Sidney with camera, and Chunna crouching next to him© Yijala Yala Project in Roebourne, Big hART Inc Royal Flying Doctor Aircraft flying over Rottnest Island© Royal Flying Doctor Service A sunset aerial of Cattle muster at Springvale cattle station in the Channel Country of western Queensland © David Hancock / Alamy Stock Photo 128 tiles of the Murchison Widefield ArrayNatasha Hurley-Walker "International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) / Curtin University" Western Australia’s connections to the world have shaped its past, helped map its present and will drive its future. Our political and economic relationships have created connections around the world and placed our people at the centre of global trading markets, and at the fore of international science and research. We have been participants in major wars and conflicts, humanitarian efforts and leaders in social change. Our isolation has fuelled our creative and cultural industries and created experts in innovation, resources and industry. Global connections and relationships will continue to frame us as a State, and the New Museum will be a place where you will be able to discover the strong cultural and creative bonds WA has forged with the rest of the world. View the discussion thread.