Immigration Museum, Museum Victoria

Melbourne's Immigration Museum presents the stories of people from all over the world who re-settled in Australia seeking a better life, job opportunities or to escape conflict in their homeland.

National Museum of Australian Pottery

The first fully accredited (map) private museum in Australia.Over 700 domestic pottery pieces from Australia, representing over 80 companies throughout Australia from the 19th century are on display.

Dartmoor District Coach House Museum

The building was originally built as a coach house/blacksmith shop, in 1880, from local field limestone. It served a variety of commercial purposes until its conversion to a museum in 1993. Its whitewashed interior and polished timber floors is a perfect setting to display historical items.

Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale

The Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale is located at the Port of Sale Civic Centre, home to the gallery since 1995. The gallery consists of three major exhibition spaces and features a small, but significant permanent collection.

Woady Yaloak Historical Society Inc

The society aims to encourage the study of Australian history, especially of the history of the district around the Woady Yaloak Creek; to promote the compilation and presentation of authentic records relating to the Woady Yaloak district; and

Uniting Church Archives (Victoria)

Historic Former Methodist buildings (CATD Memorial); with extensive archives (Methodist, Presbyterian, Congressional, Uniting Church); Small historical display and reference library. Archive financed by SYNOD of Victoria and staffed by volunteers.

Melbourne Tank Museum

This is the largest privately owned military museum in Australia.

Tatura Irrigation and Wartime Camps Museum

The original four roomed building, c.1888, from which the irrigation scheme for the Western Goulburn Valley was developed, was purchased and restored in 1988. This building now houses local history and information on the history of irrigation. Two brick extensions, totalling 200 sq.

Vietnam Veterans Museum

Only museum in Australia with the Vietnam War as the main focus. Situated in a main tourist area with easy access and parking. School bus tours and other groups cared for.

Old Melbourne Gaol

The Old Melbourne Gaol is a vivid and stark reminder of the 19th Century prison life. Only one cell block remains of the original complex, built approximately 150 years ago. The gaol opened in 1845 and closed in 1929, and was the site of 135 executions, including the infamous Ned Kelly.

Australian Racing Museum

The Australian Racing Museum is dedicated to the preservation, study and display of the nation's racing heritage. Established in 1974, under the patronage of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, the museum celebrates the past, present and future of racing.

Performing Arts Museum

The Performing Arts Museum of the Victorian Arts Centre exists to preserve, manage and make accessible Australia's performing arts history and traditions.

Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Museum

The museum is a specialist medical history museum which is housed in College House; two linked Victorian buildings located opposite the Fitzroy Gardens on the edge of the city of Melbourne. The museum has existed in various forms since 1954.

Australian Inland Botanic Gardens

These gardens, situated on the New South Wales side of the Murray River near Mildura, are one of the few community run botanic gardens. Established in 1989, the first planting was in 1991.

Geelong Botanic Gardens

The Geelong Botanic Gardens is one of the very few gardens in Victoria that has been continually highly cultivated and well
maintained. Within 1km of the city centre and overlooking

Karwarra Australian Plant Garden

Botanic garden of 2 hectares in forested situation in the Dandenong ranges provides specialised collections onf plants requiring varying amounts of shade and sun. Only Australian natives are grown and the garden displays flowers all year.

The Johnston Collection

Located in East Melbourne, The Johnston Collection is the legacy of the late W.R. Johnston, an antique dealer with an extraordinary eye for beauty. The collection is unfettered by ropes or barriers and is rich in the fine and decorative arts from the Georgian, Regency and Louis XV periods.