Syria: Ancient History – Modern Conflict explores three decades of fieldwork conducted by The University of Melbourne in Syria within the context of the current conflict and destruction. The exhibition more broadly considers how objects that have been lost, stolen or destroyed nevertheless remain part of collections and are the subject of ongoing research. The University […]

Presented as part of the National Trust Australian Heritage Festival. The Old Melbourne Gaol closed in 1924 and all but one cell block was converted for modern use. Join our friendly tour guides for a guided tour to discover the ‘forgotten stories’ from the former justice precinct. Visitors will be guided through the existing cell […]

The competition aims to raise awareness of South Australian historic shipwrecks and maritime heritage resources, and to build a visual library of South Australia’s maritime heritage sites. All South Australians are encouraged to enter by submitting high quality photographic images and videos of their favourite shipwrecks and maritime heritage resources under and above the water. […]

Transport yourself to Flinders University library and immerse yourself in an exhibition of beautiful, decorative oil paintings. Based on early 19th Century ceramic designs, glass and artefacts which were unearthed by Flinders archaeologist Susan Arthure and team at an Irish settlement at Baker’s Flat near Kapunda. Exhbition opens Friday, 28th of April (4-6pm); opens daily, […]