A Diverse State
Immigrants & Emigrants
Land & Ecology
Explore our people and places, and the events that have shaped our lives.
A Diverse State
From close to home to Antarctica and Villers-Bretonneux; intimate stories of personal experience, and public struggles for change.
Our Koorie culture is rich and diverse. Share in the wominjeka (welcome) ceremony with Auntie Joy Wandin-Murphy, find stories about contemporary life, mission life, land and spirit, art and artefacts.
Immigrants and Emigrants
Immigration and emigration have had an enormous effect on Victoria and Victorians. Learn about the convict William Buckley, Caroline Chisholm, the Post War Immigration Scheme, and recent migrants.
Land and Ecology
We change the land, and the land changes us. Hear stories about life on the land, experiences of significant weather events, and how we learn and understand the ecologies around us.
Our urban landscapes range from the simple to the lavish, the intimate to the social. These are our meeting places and living spaces.
Melbourne is often referred to as the sporting capital of Australia and in November 2009 was declared 'the ultimate sports city' in the world according to industry analysis. But, not all our sport happens in the capital. Here are stories about football, cricket, speedway racing, lawn bowels, and the Commonwealth Games.
We sing, we dance, we draw, we make. Watch Victorian artists in action, learn about the creative process, and explore some of our extraordinary arts collections.
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