Within its busy urban presence, Melbourne has a rich and complex Aboriginal heritage. Amongst the city landscape lie layers of a turbulent history and an ongoing vibrant culture. But you need to know where to look. Melbourne Dreaming enables visitors to take guided tours, or to plan your own self-guided walk, from 30 minutes to a whole day.

Try discovering Melbourne's indigenous history by bike as reported in Cycle Traveller.

'I have had a wonderful day today, thanks to this exciting new edition of Melbourne Dreaming, A Guide to Important Places of the Past and Present,' writes Lisa Hill in her post on ANZ Lit Lovers.

WINNER of the Historical Interpretation Award in the Victorian Community History Awards 2015.



ISBN: 9781922059710
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Publication Date: 1 Sep 2014
Publisher: Aboriginal Studies Press
Publication City, Country: Canberra, Australia
Dimensions (cm): 24(H) x 17(L) x 1.5(W)
Weight (gm): 550


Author Biography

Meyer Eidelson has authored more than a dozen books about Melbourne and created this updated edition in consultation with the relevant Aboriginal groups. He runs Melbourne Walks, an awardwinning accredited company providing personalised history walks.
Melbourne Dreaming: A guide to exploring important places of the past and present

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