Join us on one of two fully guided bus tours, exploring mid-century housing and architecture around Doncaster, Bulleen and Templestowe. The tours will feature commentary from a heritage expert, highlighting the best examples of period homes and key features of modern architecture.
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Vintage steam train travel, from Melbourne to Bendigo return for the regional cities Heritage Unwrapped Festival.
Traversing design, music, art, food and booze: a chance to hear first-hand the inspiration behind the restoration of this beloved and historic St Kilda hotel.
The Blacksmiths Festival brings together local and international artists and the public to celebrate the resurging art of blacksmithing. The 2 day free event is suited for all ages to witness and even take part in the ancient art. Come down and enjoy the live music, food trucks and a beer or two.
Join us to celebrate and explore the people’s park from curator, David Matthews vision to present day. Discover the park’s many treasures from the platypus fountain, the Thomson Water Gardens, the recently restored Wisteria Arbour and the new children’s playground.
Open house and garden in the Ironbark/Long Gully Heritage area which illustrates authentic locations of Cornish and German emigrant miner's homes with a talk on Miner's Cottages at 2pm. Explore inside the cottage and the garden surrounds.
John Butler Cooper, journalist and historian, was the first person to extensively research the history of Brighton. His great granddaughter, Julie Spring, was fascinated by the stories she heard from her grandmother about family connection with the 19th century journalist "The Vagabond".
Come along and learn about the history and achievements of Dandenong's 'Bunjil ACDC of Wurundjeri and other Nations Dance Group'
Have you always wanted to trace the history of your house but don't know where to start? Learn about the key resources available and the steps to follow to discover the history of your house. Find out how old your house is and who may have lived in it.
Discover the rich cultural and artistic heritage of South Western Victoria in two unique exhibitions 'Wunderlust' and 'Rich Pickings' featuring both historic and contemporary items from the WAG art and museum collections, some that have never before been on display.
A walking tour of the gardens and its heritage trees, plants and structures, including the picnic shelter beside the billabong, and the Arch of Triumph war memorial. Meet our expert guide and be fascinated by the story of the gardens and their ongoing legacy as they are still expanding.
Bring the whole family to experience what life was like for the McCrae family who lived on the Peninsula over 150 years ago.
A 45 minutes presentation by Portland Workskills and historian Bernard Wallace