There were displays about the earliest European women in Alice Springs and the Northern Territory - I don't know how they survived, it must have been so hard. (Not that it would have been easy for the men either.) As white women haven't been in the area for that long, most of the things were recorded in writing or photographs, lots of historical records.
There were two things of particular interest for me. The first was a tapestry of women aviatrix (I can't find a link to it on the site).
The quilt was done by having the famous woman sign a piece of calico, with a quote or message, and then a piece of fabric relevant to the area that the woman was significant in was added. It is very big and very interesting.
There was a lot of interesting information at the museum, which is housed in the old Alice Springs gaol.
Well worth the visit.