Endeavour Voyage: The Untold Stories of Cook and the First Australians 
Daily until 26 April 2021, 9.00 am–5 pm FREE, Timed ticketing

If you live in Canberra, or are visiting the nation’s capital, the National Museum of Australia is showing an exhibition about Cook’s 1770 voyage to Australia. Until now we have only ever heard or read about the views of Cook and other British people about the voyage. This exhibition includes  the untold stories of Cook’s voyage from the points of view of First Nations Peoples. You can also take part online in the interactive parts of the exhibition. Read more at: https://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/endeavour-voyage

From this link you can trace the Endeavour’s voyage and the views of First Nations communities as the ship sailed up the east coast of Australia at: https://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/endeavour-voyage/tracing

Also showing at the National Museum of Australia are the following exhibitions that may be of interest:

First Australians
Incorporating Talking Blak to History, an exhibition that ‘features powerful objects and stories that speak to the aftermath of colonisation, of survival and resilience.’
Daily 9.00am–5.00 pm FREE

Piinipi: Contemporary Indigenous Fashion
Daily until 8 August 2021, 9.00am–5.00 pm FREE
A marvellous collection of some of the most wondrous fashion from First Nations designers. But you’ll have to ask for directions to find the exhibition–signposting is a lot to be desired.