Bonegilla: the Migrants Journey

As part of the Melton Heritage festival, join award-winning podcaster and musician Simon Reich as he recounts the experiences of post World-War-Two migrants in the Bonegilla Migrant Camp through interviews, video and live music.

Migrants formed the backbone of Australia after the Second-World-War. Many migrants spent time in the Bonegilla Migrant Camp near Albury as part of the relocation process.

Life in Bonegilla could be funny, heart-breaking and tedious all in the same day. Stories told about Bonegilla camp have become critical sites of identity formation for post World -War-Two migrants and their descendants.

Join award-winning podcaster and musician as he performs his ode to the Bonegilla migrants he has interviewed through archival footage, videos, interviews and live music.

Celebrating 50 years of the Victorian Heritage Register 

Event date

Event Details

Address:
31 McKenzie Street, Melton, Victoria
Times:

1:00pm-3:00pm

Entry fees:
Free
Booking:
Prebooking requiredhttps://libraryevents.melton.vic.gov.au/
Attendance limit:
50 - 100
Onsite facilities: