Discover the rich history and vibrant culture of Aboriginal Melbourne.
From the edges of Port Phillip Bay, to the hunting grounds of Chapel Street or the Burnley Ngargee (corroboree) tree in the heart of Richmond, discover Aboriginal Melbourne’s rich cultural heritage from the past and the present.
Designed for self-guided tours of historical and contemporary places of significance, you can spend from thirty minutes to a day exploring one of Australia’s largest and busiest cities.
With contextual audio commentary, key travel information and GPS locating, the Melbourne Dreaming app allows you to:
- plan your trips to suit your available time – from 30 minutes to all day
- plan your trip by locality or interest
- find general information about facilities, opening hours, cost, public transport and links to useful websites.
The companion book, Melbourne Dreaming, provides valuable information not available on the app. It is available from all good booksellers or Aboriginal Studies Press.
Aboriginal Studies Press is the publishing arm of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), the world’s premier institution for information about the histories, cultures and peoples of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia.