Developed for the State of Design Festival 2011, Moving Through Time is a self-guided audio walking tour of four of Melbourne's once derelict industrial and mercantile buildings transformed into vibrant, award winning spaces.
From early Victorian to Modern styles this interactive neighbourhood provides information about the features and history of the main housing styles found in Victoria.
That House is That? is an interactive showcase featuring interviews with architects, designers and owners and tips on renovating and improving sustainability.
From Riches to Rags and Back Again is a walking tour of St Kilda’s domestic architecture and the changing fortunes of the seaside suburb. It is narrated by Radio National's Peter Mares.
The screensaver features 27 images – three for each of the nine themes – showcasing places and objects across the state.
Gold brought the world to Victoria.
It bought new people, new skills, and new ideas. It transformed Melbourne into a metropolis, and changed a quiet pastoral settlement into a dynamic colony. Victoria was the scene of extraordinary growth and wealth - unparalleled then or since.
A Golden Heritage - video interviews about the history of the gold fields in Victoria.
online interactive exhibit that reveals the forgotten history of Viewbank homestead and the Martin family.
Discover the histories and stories of a variety of artefacts unearthed at Viewbank and learn how these artefacts have been treated and conserved in the conservation lab.
Restoring St Nicholas is a short film about the restoration of a Greek Orthodox Church in Ballarat.
In 2009 the Greek Orthodox community of St Nicholas approached the City of Ballarat, Heritage Victoria and the trade school at the University of Ballarat to form a unique partnership to restore the church. This project allowed young apprentices to learn traditional trade skills and practice the technique of mixing and using lime mortar.
This film documents the project and was developed for Culture Victoria, which showcases stories from cultural agencies and collecting organisations around the state.
View Heritage Victoria's other stories on Culture Victoria.