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James McAra Mitchel managed William John Clarke's Rockbank Sheep Station for over a decade, leaving an indelible mark on the Shire of Melton. This is the story of how Mitchel's legacies were almost lost in the admittance papers of the Kew Insane Asylum.
Take a tour of Lozzbert Reserve, where Toolern Creek meets the Werribee River. Explore the ancient landscape and learn about the local creatures who call it home.
We're thrilled to launch Eynesbury’s Heritage Trail, where we celebrate the wonderful heritage of this unique land. Whilst there are over 60 heritage sites, we've hand-picked the top 16 which we believe will give you the best understanding of the history & functioning of the land from the 1800s.
Hear the 1000-year-old story of gunpowder, its place in world history, civilian and military. Discover 100 years of explosives production in Melbourne's West. Learn about the heritage significance of the Black Powder Mill. See the restored Mill machinery. Experience a demonstration of Black Powder.
The curious case of the missing lions of Sunshine…..
H V McKay Memorial Gardens in Sunshine once had two beautiful lions gracing the entrance to this historically significant Edwardian ‘oasis’. One night they disappeared! Find out more during this tour conducted by the Friends of H V McKay Gardens
Heritage Talk at the historic single room school
‘We are the newest caretakers and custodians of this ancient land that we now call ‘Home’. Our Home, Our Time, Our Turn!’
Dean Stewart, Wemba Wemba-Wergaia man.
Join Dean in getting to know your long forgotten ecological neighbours and discovering the rich natural treasures of your own backyard.
Devonshire Tea at the Altona Homestead, Altona’s oldest residential building built around 1842.
Enjoy a guided tour of Altona’s oldest residential building, the Altona Homestead which was built around 1842.
A fully immersive Victorian experience at the Altona Homestead with the Late Victorian Society of Melbourne and the Altona Laverton Historical Society
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?
Why are First Nations histories still largely hidden among the public histories told in Australia’s cities, suburbs and towns? Learn what examples we do have of these stories being revealed as authentic shared histories with First Nations involvement.
A live music and film experience at the Williamstown Town Hall, in the grand ballroom, with Buster Keaton's Spite Marriage.
The Little Projector Company’s highly popular projection walking tour of Williamstown returns for Heritage Hobsons Bay 2022.