WOMINJEKA | WELCOME
Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website includes images or names of people who have since passed away.
THE KOORIE HERITAGE TRUST HAS MOVED TO THE GROUND AND TOP FLOORS OF THE YARRA BUILDING AT FEDERATION SQUARE.
WE ARE BACK ONLINE (TELEPHONE AND EMAIL). PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR TELEPHONE NUMBERS HAVE CHANGED. PLEASE VISIT OUR "CONTACT US" PAGE FOR OUR NEW GENERAL NUMBER AS WELL AS OUR INDIVIDUAL SERVICES PAGES
OUR NEW GIFT SHOP AND GALLERY WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS FROM SATURDAY, 4 JULY 2015. OUR TOP FLOOR WILL REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL OUR OFFICIAL LAUNCH AND 30TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS IN SEPTEMBER
WE ARE OPEN DAILY, 10.00AM TO 5.00PM, CLOSED ALL VICTORIAN AND NATIONAL PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU TO OUR NEW PREMISES AT FEDERATION SQUARE.
To live in a society where Aboriginal culture and history are a fundamental part of Victorian life.
To promote, support and celebrate the continuing journey of the Aboriginal people of South Eastern Australia.
Gnokan Danna Murra Kor-ki
give me your hand my friend
The clasped black and white hands in our logo reflect our belief that, through education and promotion, we can raise awareness and appreciation of the cultural diversity of Koorie culture and work towards the broader goal of reconciliation for all Australians.
We offer a range of programs and services including the only public collection in Victoria dedicated solely to Koorie art and culture comprising artefacts, pictures and photographs as well as an Oral History Program and a Reference Library; cross cultural awareness training and tours; exhibitions; a Koorie Family History Service; and a retail shop.
Watch an introductory video about the Trust:
We are endorsed as a deductible gift recipient and continue to receive generous funding support from bequests, private donors, foundations and trusts, and from government grants and corporate sponsorship.
We would like to thank and acknowledge the ongoing support of our government partners.
The Koorie Heritage Trust is an accredited museum under the Museums Australia Museum Accreditation Program.
Image top: Steven Rhall, 2013.