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Early Origins exhibition is a permanent collection of historical artefacts, photography and documents that uncover the untold tales of the early days of the Mission to Seafarers, the Ladies Harbour Lights Guild and the Port of Melbourne. Taken as a self guided tour, you can explore at your own pace.
A guided walking tour will provide a unique history and insight into some of Melbourne’s lesser known streets and places.
The Birrarung Wilam Walk takes you through Federation Square and down to the Birrarung Wilam (Common Ground) Aboriginal art installations, experiencing the Aboriginal history of the Birrarung Marr (Beside the river of mists) and Aboriginal Peoples of the Kulin Nation.
Join our tour guides on a 'Prisoners Journey' through the Old Melbourne Gaol
Journey into the depths of North Melbourne's history. Beware, not every story your guide tells you is true and it's up to you to decide what is fact and what is fiction. An interactive tour of yarns, mystery and tales that might send a shiver down your spine.
'March to Art: Community' is an exhibition of contemporary veterans art. Ten current and ex-serving veteran artists from across Australia will showcase their art emphasising the role of community to veterans wellbeing.
Many of Melbourne's heritage buildings stand today only through union & community activism in Australia's famous 'Green Bans' (1960s-70s). Walk Melbourne as never before with Green Ban activist Dave Kerin. Visit these sites while learning the legacy of people power protecting heritage & public good.
In this introduction to the exhibitions at the Old Treasury Building historian Margaret Anderson discusses the extraordinary history of Melbourne, from its origins, to the modern metropolis that became the first capital of the new nation of Australia.