2017 Seniors Festival: Ten Pound Poms



Immigration Museum
400 Flinders Street
Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
What's On

Together with the Genealogical Society of VictoriaNational Archives of Australia and the Public Record Office of Victoria, the Immigration Museum presents a full day of fascinating talks and seminars to assist seniors in the fact finding missions and research around post World War II British migration to Australia.

Guests will relish in the rich stories, research tools and family history tips and tricks presented by expert historians and archivists, and hear about the forthcoming British Migrants: Instant Australians? exhibition from curators and British migrants.

Guests can attend as many talks as they please throughout the day and are welcome to view our wonderful exhibition program. You may also bring your own lunch to enjoy in our beautiful Museum atrium or Discovery Centre. Tea and coffee provided.

Bookings essential

To reserve your place, email the Immigration Museum's Discovery Centre at [email protected] or call us on 03 9927 2726.

Blue, red and white poster depicting a woman doing dishes in Great Britain next to a man in a row boat being pulled to land with an Australian flag in the ground by a kangaroo. Text reads: Make it easier help build Australia | Bring out a briton
A poster advertising migration to Australia
Source: National Archives of Australia