Moving stories of people from allover the world who have migrated to Australia
Sunday 24 Aug 2014
Tuesday 30 Sep 2014
Until 30 Sep 2014
Sunday 31 Aug 2014
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Melbourne's most important arrival point for migrants since 1854
Highlights of the upcoming Kids Fest at the Immigration Museum.
Happy birthday to us!
A Burns Night Supper tradition
Perfect model of Melbourne's first electric tram commissioned for Think Ahead.
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From Petronis and Ekaterina to Peter and Catherine
Originally designed as a passenger and cargo ship, the Fairsea was converted for...
The Castel Felice was 22 years old when it was refitted to transport British, Ge...
The Johan Van Oldenbarnevelt was built in 1929 to service the trade route betwee...
The Australis was the last ship to carry government assisted immigrants to Austr...
The Orcades was the first purpose-built passenger vessel to enter the Australian...
In 1959 the Patris became the first liner in the Greek-owned Chandris fleet. The...
Facilitating dialogue about cultural difference and promoting diversity.
Who we are, who others think we are, and what it means to belong and not belong ...
Based on an exhibition held at the Immigration Museum from 2004 to 2010, the his...
Museum Victoria's online humanities resources
Promoting intercultural and interfaith dialogue in communities and schools.
The Immigration Museum presents a range of community generated exhibitions.
The Immigration Museum presents three community cultural festivals per year.
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This exhibition will be on display at the Bendigo branch of the Goldfields Library as part of a Rural Australians for Refugee event entitled '...