Experience a living history of the Chinese people in Bendigo from the gold rush of the 1850s to the present day at the Golden Dragon Museum.
The Heide Museum of Modern Art has long been pivotal to Melbourne’s art and culture scene…
The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) presents classical and family concerts at Hamer Hall (Arts Centre Melbourne), Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne Recital Centre and the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
There are few historical stories as alluring as that of Australia’s gold rush era and the best of them are brought to life at Ballarat’s Sovereign Hill.
Mount Mitchell is an historic rural property of significance, in the Pyrenees district of Victoria. The National Trust listed homestead and original outbuildings are surrounded by 10 acres of stunning parkland spaces, formal rose gardens, avenues of trees, orchards and kitchen gardens.
McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, celebrated as the home of Australian sculpture, is located 45 minutes from Melbourne at the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula.
You can’t get much more dinky-di than Souvenirs Direct. It’s the sort of proudly Australian family owned and operated retail business that even has visits from Blinky Bill on Australia Day!