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Who we are, who others think we are, and what it means to belong and not belong in Australia
Explore Melbourne’s unique and changing tale
Facilitating dialogue about cultural difference and promoting diversity
The Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Melbourne Museum
Explore the moving stories of people who have migrated to Australia
From frozen crested pigeons to lunatic asylum morgue-motels.
Celebrating the REB with Visions of Colonial Grandeur.
Highlights of the upcoming Kids Fest at the Immigration Museum.
Loan from the Australian War Memorial.
Yolŋu women from Mäpuru further cross-cultural exchange.
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What are your origins? Where have Victorians come from? Why did they come?
The Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Melbourne Museum.
Who we are, who others think we are, and what it means to belong and not belong ...
Moving stories of people from all over the world who have migrated to Australia....
Celebrating the journeys that changed Australia forever.
Research, create and share your own family or community history.
Explore Melbourne’s unique and changing tale.
Facilitating dialogue about cultural difference and promoting diversity.
Promoting intercultural and interfaith dialogue in communities and schools.
A brief overview of key moments in Victoria's immigration history.
Sailed on the old gal in 1972 from Southampton to Auckland New Zealand. A good voyage although very rough in the Indian Ocean. There is a Facebook site of forme...
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The exhibition will run until October 2015 so hopefully that will be ample time for you to see it.