Access information on the protection and management of Aboriginal heritage, including training programs, the role of Cultural Heritage Advisors, information for landowners, planners and developers, historical and contemporary maps, Regulations, fees and fines.
Journey through Aboriginal Victoria for a traditional and contemporary experience of this ancient land, with its facinating spiritual beliefs, significant sites, renowned art, unique traditions, and 60,000 years of history.
Bunjilaka is the Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Melbourne Museum, a venue of Museum Victoria. It was developed to empower Aboriginal Australians to interpret their own cultural heritage, for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
The past is always present in Victoria. Nearly everywhere you look, you'll discover evidence of the state's proud and fascinating history, from elegant Victorian-era buildings and Murray River paddle steamers to maritime museums and steam trains.
The Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council will ensure that Aboriginal people throughout Victoria play a central role in protection and management of their heritage, and that this role is widely acknowledged and respected in the broader community.