Happy new years folks! Melbourne’s Living Museum of the West is back and ready for 2024.
Continuing our temporary placement at Highpoint Library our hours have been adjusted to 12am to 5pm on Thursdays and Fridays, Saturdays are still by appointment.
Our first event this year will be a continuation of the Dreamtime Cooking series Lead by First Nations Chef Stevie Thorpe. Scroll down to find more information!
We have plenty more planned for ’24, so stay tuned, pay us a visit, no need to wait,
It’s your history Mate!
Melbourne’s Living Museum of the West is proud to present Dreamtime Cooking – FISH & VEGETABLES.
The second of three free First Nations led cooking classes. Happening Saturday the 3rd of February the event promises a fun and tasty day out at Pipemakers park.
To learn more and RSVP click Here!
Due to extensive termite damage to the Museum Visitor Centre building in Pipemakers Park, the Living Museum will temporarily relocate to Maribyrnong Library from April 2023 until April 2024 when extensive remediation works to the building are anticipated to be completed by Maribyrnong City Council.
The Living Museum is excited to announce that we have received a Living Local Fund grant from the Office for Suburban Development, Department of Jobs, Skills and Training.
This funding has enabled the Museum to commission the team at OFFICE, a not-for-profit multidisciplinary design and research practice based in Melbourne, to enhance the internal refurbishment by helping to design and construct exciting new facilities within the Visitor Centre.
All enquiries preferably by email: email@example.com
Or please contact: 0419 154 265 (Thursday to Saturday 9 am – 5 pm only)
Please also check our Instagram page for updates and further information.
120 Rosamond Rd, Maribyrnong VIC 3032
April 2023 – April 2024
Closed through March
Opening hours from April 2023
Thursdays 11am – 5pm
Fridays 11am – 5pm
Saturdays – by appointment