Watch Heritage Videos
Fennell Street Credit: Lisbeth Grosman

Watch Heritage Videos

Watch short videos of Melbournians talking about their favourite heritage places, short films created for Culture Victoria, and a range of episodes of Sacred Spaces.

Christos Tsiolkas visits La Mama Theatre

This is one of a series of videos created in partnership with Open House Melbourne, in which Melbournians share their connections to their favourite heritage buildings.

Catherine McClements visits Hamer Hall

This is one of a series of videos created in partnership with Open House Melbourne, in which Melbournians share their connections to their favourite heritage buildings.

The Dimboola Banner, communicating history

The Dimboola Banner, communicating history is the story of a community which took over the running of the old newspaper office and printing presses after the paper moved out of town.

Sacred Spaces

Robert Sands visits Queen Bess Row in East Melbourne for Sacred Spaces. Architect Zoe Geyer won the Heritage award at the 2013 Houses Awards for her exemplary contemporary renovation of this heritage home.

Restoring St Nicholas

Restoring St Nicholas is a short film about the restoration of a Greek Orthodox Church in Ballarat using traditional heritage building skills.

Murtoa Stick Shed, Enduring Ingenuity

Murtoa Stick Shed, enduring ingenuity tells of the Marmalake Grain Store Wheat Storage Shed, colloquially known as the Stick Shed, the largest building in Murtoa, out on the Wimmera plains between Horsham and St Arnaud.

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