Investigating Melbourne

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Investigating Melbourne Quick References
North and West Melbourne
East Melbourne and Jolimont
South Yarra
Flemington and Kensington
Port of Melbourne
Central Business District
Parks and Gardens
Public Spaces
Streets and Roads
Local Government
People In Melbourne
Major Projects

Investigating Melbourne Teachers Resources
Introduction to Melbourne - Years 7 & 8
Your Council in Action - Years 7 & 8
Invasion and Settlement - Years 9 & 10
The Changing City - VCE
Marvellous Melbourne - VCE History
People and Environment - VCE Geography
Reference Materials
City Education Contacts


Information Pages

Odd Jobs Bureau
Melbourne during the depression.

Some significant dates in the history of Melbourne
A time line showing events since 1835.

The Yarra - Return to the Flow
Changes over time along the Yarra.

Queen Victoria Market
An article to mark its 120th anniversary.

Commercial Melbourne 1860
Advertising in early Melbourne.

And my neck will pay for all when I die
An insight into the treatment of Aborigines.

On the nose
Early sewerage in Melbourne.

A century of being counted
Voting rights for women.

At the tone - lie down
Air raid precautions during the second world war.

A nice hot bath
The City Baths.

Not allowed by law
Early by-laws.

Bashing about the Mall
Bourke Street Mall.

Bourke, Elizabeth and friends
Naming Melbourne streets.

A masterpiece of modern organ building
The Town Hall organ.

A swill at six
The 6 o'clock hotel closing time.

Dudley Flats
Lower Moonee Ponds Creek in the 1930s.

Wild white man
The story of William Buckley.

Weary's Domain
Weary Dunlop is remembered.

Cooks' Cottage in the gardens

Mayors in oils
A light hearted look at Melbourne's early mayors.

Not your standard banners
Royal banners and heraldry.

Henry Condell
Melbourne's first mayor.

Anthem for a doomed youth
Shrine of Remembrance.

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