Do you want to recognise the shapes of the constellations? Want to know what that bright star is called? Would you like to hear the stories of the stars? Then come along to a night of.... Observing the Constellations with Perry Vlahos and others.
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During the Australian Heritage Festival, the Kew Historical Society will explore community spirit in action through an exhibition at the historic Kew Court House, displaying items from their collection and archives.
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.
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.
Do you know what Stumpwork is?
See our Display and Demonstration of Embroidery and Textile Arts, traditional and contemporary and you might find out!
Guild members will be stitching using a variety of different techniques and showing off the magic of Stitch.
Are you part of Melbourne's elite? For one afternoon step back in time and enjoy this fabulous bayside retreat at Black Rock House. A visit will be very special to you, your friends and family. You will be warmly greeted by costumed volunteer guides who will share the myths and legends of days gone by.
The Victoria Hill Mining Reserve is on the Victorian Heritage Register and dates back to the 1850's. The site displays geological rock formations, mining relics and machinery. There is a constructed walking trail and guest presenter will be Bendigo historian and author James Lerk.
Churchill Island offers a tranquil setting to explore the beautiful gardens, historic Amess House and farming precinct on this majestic little island located off the coast of Phillip Island. Curious to find out more? Come join us to hear about the restoration of a wonderful tipping dray.
Churchill Island offers a tranquil setting to explore the beautiful gardens, historic Amess House and farming precinct on this majestic little island located off the coast of Phillip Island. Curious to find out more? Come join us for a guided tour of the garden, house and farm demonstrations.
Witness a live demonstration of Blue Mallee Eucalyptus Oil production at Australia's only Eucalyptus Distillery Museum. Come and celebrate a thriving local industry which is celebrating it's 170th birthday!
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.
Curious about what was worn under the hooped skirts in the 1850s? How did women achieve those impossible waistlines?
Explore our current exhibition, 'The Studio of Karl Duldig - a Living Legacy.' Take an insightful guided tour of the original heritage rooms and Artists' Studio and enjoy a Viennese afternoon tea.
Join artists Richard and Judith Young (Gunnai, Yorta Yorta, Gunditjmara) as they share their Songlines, their family’s way of doing business, and the impact art has had on their lives. Learn about Aboriginal living Culture in this special hands-on session.
Come and explore Camp Manyung's historical grounds & buildings with a guided tour lead by one of the YMCA's staff, followed by a complimentary morning tea.
Learn about some of the camp's significant buildings like the 'bunkhouses & Manager's residence that feature distinctive elements, such as rusticated corners, pointed gabled ends and Burley Griffen 'Knitlock' roof tiles.
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.
Come and view rarely seen archival footage showing what life was like in Greater Dandenong during the 1950s