History

A Step Back In Time At Geelong Gaol

Geelong Gaol Museum is open 12-5pm, 7 days a week excluding Christmas Day. Geelong Ghost Tours are held throughout the week and paranormal investigations are available Friday night or by appointment. Exhibiting until 1st July The 45th Anniversary of Prisoner – Cell Block H Television Series  Celebrating the amazing history […]

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Step Back In Time At The Australian Surfing Museum

Come and experience the world’s largest surfing and beach culture museum, right here in Torquay. A visit takes you back through more than a century of history of one of Australia’s most popular pastimes and its significant characters, events and milestones. Featuring informative themed exhibition spaces, a new kidszone, stunning […]

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Historical Treasures At Moorabool Antique Galleries

One of Australia’s most interesting antique stores.  Founded in 1958 by the late John Rosenberg, Moorabool Antiques offer over 7,000 quality genuine antiques to an international audience. Housed across two floors in a unique historic building, you’ll find furniture, artworks, silver, ceramics and glass. Some items date back thousands of […]

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Discover Cape Otway Lightstation

Explore Cape Otway Lightstation A visit to Cape Otway Lightstation is a must-do heritage experience for any Victorian road trip. With over 175-years of history, Cape Otway Lighthouse is the oldest surviving lighthouse on mainland Australia and considered the most significant. This leading attraction on the Great Ocean Road is […]

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Fort Queenscliff Is The Place Where History And Fun Meet

Fort Queenscliff dates back to 1860 when an open battery was constructed on Shortland’s Bluff to defend the entrance to Port Phillip Bay. Surrounded by stunning views and underground magazines for you to explore, the Fort became the headquarters for an extensive chain of forts around Port Phillip Heads. Today, […]

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