Offering two events focused on South Melbourne during the 1850 Victorian Gold Rush, which reshaped South Melbourne’s population and architecture. South Melbourne was the site for Canvas Town which provided temporary accommodation for the influx of immigrants heading the Victorian Gold Fileds.
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Offering two events focused on South Melbourne during the 1850 Victorian Gold Rush. The See Yup Society began in 1854 to look after the arrival of immigrants from Southern China heading for the goldfields. The Temple in Raglan Street, built in 1856, continues to serve its community today.
Meet at the PMI for a guided walk to discover the former department stores of Chapel Street, Prahran, during an accessible, family-friendly walk.
Historic Ballan Courthouse.
Open Day and displays of local history and family history records.
The Scout Heritage Victoria Museum and Archives is the premiere repository and display of Scouting memorabilia and records in Victoria with items presented in themes from the inception of Scouting in Victoria in 1908. We celebrate 50 years of Scout Heritage Victoria.
Situated in Regional Western Victoria, The Murtoa Stick Shed is a unique and iconic building in Australia just waiting for you to explore and experience its amazing cathedral like interior.
Experience the stories of Benalla Migrant Camp residents 1949-1967 through their personal photos, stories and items.
A walk along the the heritage listed Upfield Railway line looking at the unique railway infrastructure and talking about the people who operated the level crossing gates until the late 1990s.
An evocative photograph and text display from Maldon Museum's unique photographic collection. Old Schooldays are explored through text and photographs of several of Maldon & District schools from the late 19th century onward.
Bear's Castle lies locked away in the catchment of the Yan Yean Reservoir. Access to this unique building is only granted on special occasions, and this is one of them.
Take this rare opportunity to visit the only known building of cob construction in Victoria.
Hosted by ACAHUCH, this event celebrates the new essential text 'Historic Preservation Theory' edited by Jorge Otero-Pailos, discussed by current educators and researchers from Griffith University, Deakin University, University of Sydney, UNSW and the University of Melbourne heritage programs.
A powerful First Nations dance performance, featuring seven performers on a stage slowly surrounded with dirt, representing the call for Land Back. SILENCE pulls the unresolved conversations about a Treaty from under the rug and slams them back on the table.
See where gunpowder was made and the firearms which changed the world. Learn the history of gunpowder and its importance in Asia.