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Explore this collection of photographs, letters, maps, petitions and war records held by the Public Record Office Victoria and National Archives of Australia to discover the history of struggle, resilience and achievement of Victoria's Indigenous peoples. The 2014 NAIDOC theme of ‘Serving Country: Centenary & Beyond’ is featured in the exhibition with documents of servicemen and women, as well as records significant to the Aboriginal civil rights movement.

A free tour led by curator Tsari Anderson will take place on Thursday, July 10 at 1pm. The exhibition will also open on two Saturdays in the month, on 12 and 26 July.

Walata Tyamateetj: Carry Knowledge details

Address
Public Record Office Victoria
99 Shiel St, North Melbourne 3051

Telephone 03 9348 5600

Transport
Nearby Stations: Flemington Bridge

Price FREE
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Date 04-31 Jul

Open 10.30am

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