Reopening with a wealth of knowledge is the Koorie Heritage Trust

Image sourced: Koorie Heritage Trust

The Koorie Heritage Trust (KHT) will re-open to the public on Monday 6 July 2020. Adhering to the Victorian Chief Health Officer’s guidelines, KHT will implement a range of public health and social distancing measures to ensure the safety of visitors and staff.

The Trust will restrict visitor numbers, with only 20 visitors allowed into the building at any one time.

We welcome members of the public to the current exhibition Affirmation now extended until Sunday 23 August 2020, shopKOORIE and the self-guided tours of KHTs collection on level 3.

The Blak Matriarchy exhibition at Koorie Heritage Trust (2017). Image source: Radio Melbourne (Simon Leo Brown)

During lock-down KHT implemented a range of online activities to keep connected – KHT Voices, a curated digital platform for the voice of our First Nations people and presents a series of short essays, interviews and stories about how communities are responding to the COVID-19 crisis. View KHT Voices here.

KHT Online has virtual tours of the current exhibition Affirmation, zoom tour of Affirmation, zoom Q&A with Affirmation artists and a range of other activities. Check out Affirmation here.

shopKOORIE. Image sourced: Victorian Museums

The Building Aboriginal Cultural Competency workshops for organisations, individuals and small groups are now available online.  The zoom workshops are delivered by KHTs experienced facilitators.


Koorie Heritage Trust Location: Yarra Building, Federation Square

Dates: Open daily

Times: 10am – 5pm Cost: Free entry   Koorie Heritage Trust Website