In Docklands there is a major restoration of a 1903 Australian built three masted topsail schooner – the Alma Doepel. Once complete, the likes of this project are unlikely to be ever seen again so close to a major CBD.
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Are you curious to discover what's inside the heritage-listed Mission to Seafarers in Melbourne's Docklands?
Explore this architecturally significant building in a free hour-long tour led by our experienced and knowledgeable volunteers.
Celebrating, Commemorating, Trading , Commuting and Competing !
Join members of the Melbourne Maritime Heritage Network Board taking you on a short illustrated walk across Princes Bridge. Understand more of the role this most significant bridge in Melbourne's social, cultural and mercantile development.
Embark on a walking tour with a difference. Immerse your mind and participate in the discovery of characters and obscure treasures within the CBD. Think Schulim Krimper artisan, Rudyard Kipling writer, Napier Waller artist/educator, and The Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes.
Charles Joseph La Trobe, Victoria's first Governor, lived with his wife Sophie and their four children for nearly 15 years in the family’s elegant prefabricated cottage. Take a tour of La Trobe's Cottage and hear some fascinating stories about life in early Melbourne
A curated, guided tour of Museums Victoria's excellent digital walking app through the fascinating industrial neighbourhood of Spotswood
Join one of Carlton's leading local historians, Jeff Atkinson, on this informative walking tour of the Melbourne General Cemetery's southern section.
Join one of Carlton's leading local historians, Jeff Atkinson, on this informative walking tour of the Melbourne General Cemetery's northern section.
This exhibition tells the story of a ‘for women by women’ network that provides political, financial, and personal support to progressive Labor women candidates and politicians in Australia. It celebrates how positive change can be created when we take action.
Open Day at the Royal Victorian Motor Yacht Club, the oldest continually running motor yacht club in the world.
Explore King William's Town, the original capital of Victoria, by lamp light. Steeped with history, apparitions, alleyways and lager it was once a thriving town full of colourful ladies, drunken sailors and convicts.
Guided heritage walk in historic Williamstown
The Little Projector Company’s highly popular projection walking tour of Williamstown returns for Heritage Hobsons Bay 2022.
The Williamstown Film Society celebrates its 25th anniversary with an exhibition at the Williamstown Library.
Did you know that a thousand years ago, Port Phillip Bay was a dry, grassy plain, until a flood came in from the sea and formed the bay we know today?