A snapshot into the 120 year history of Kodak manufacturing in Australia, told through Museum Victoria's collection.
CSIRAC - the world's oldest intact first-generation electronic computer
When it was built CSIRAC was at the cutting edge of the new field of computing.
The fascinating story of one of Australia's most important industrial heritage sites.
Backyard ballistics: Australia's first DIY satellite
A DIY guide to reaching outer space.
Great Melbourne Telescope
Great Melbourne Telescope project website. The goal is to restore the telescope to working order so that it may be used for educational and public viewing.
Melbourne is a young city by world standards, but it has layers of history. Discover how each era shaped the city we see today.
Our addiction to plastic
Lifting the lid on plastic: the good, the bad and the ugly.
HV McKay crate
Lid lifted on mystery artefact.
Audio-Visual Material in the Kodak Heritage Collection at Museums Victoria
This audio-visual material in the Kodak collection is evocative and valuable in the study of Kodak’s history.
Fashion Redux at Melbourne Museum
Major fashion names used the Museums State Collection, in collaboration with Melbourne Fashion Festival, to create a completely unique look.
Anne Bermingham, a scientific pioneer of radiocarbon dating
Meet the woman who started Australia’s first radiocarbon dating lab.
Sylvia Whincup, a prolific collector and groundbreaking mineralogist
Sylvia amassed a collection of thousands of specimens and 167 new species.
10 really big things in the Museums Victoria State Collection
With millions of objects to choose from, what are the some of the biggest things?
Birthday honours: 21 of our favourite things about the Melbourne Museum
Fascinating facts about Melbourne’s favourite museum.