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Farewelling our feathered friend Jack.
Participants learn how to keep animals at snail's pace.
Melbourne Museum master classes cook the food of Aztec kings.
Year 9 and 10 students have the chance to grill our researchers.
Second annual Rare Book Discovery Day at Melbourne Museum.
First Peoples is now open at Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Mel...
A scavenger hunt, developed for kids and their families, to discover Melbourne M...
The Discovery Centre is the perfect place for the whole family to examine obj...
Learn more about the plants, animals and environments of Victoria over the last ...
The skeletons of dinosaurs, pterosaurs and megafauna are brought to life in the ...
Top Designs showcases student works produced for the Victorian Certificate of...
Amazing animals in a changing world
Our planet is home to an astonishin...
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