Celebrate the lives of people from non-English speaking backgrounds who have made Broken Hill their home since 1883.
A Broken Hill Migrant Museum exhibition with the NSW Migration Heritage Centre.
Visit ‘Sharing the Lode’ at the Migrant Museum, Sulphide Street, Broken Hill.
Visit Bonegilla, a National Heritage listed place near Wodonga, and see the Bonegilla Collection at the Albury LibraryMuseum. Reminisce or learn about the rich history of Bonegilla.
A NSW Migration Heritage Centre exhibition with the Albury LibraryMuseum.
Oral histories about the migration journeys and settlement experiences of southern Sudanese refugees now living in Blacktown in Western Sydney.
A Blacktown City Council and NSW Migration Heritage Centre exhibition. Continue reading
Celebrate the cultural and historic contribution made by Italian fruiterers to Sydney’s social history. View the exhibition at the Hurstville City Museum and Gallery until 30 September 2012.
A Co.As.It. database and touring exhibition supported by the NSW Migration Heritage Centre.
Hear the launch speech by the Hon Barry O’Farrell MP, Premier of New South Wales »
2010 marked the bicentennial of the Governorship of Lachlan Macquarie Esq who took over the running of NSW in 1810 and transformed the colony from a sordid gaol to a prosperous community.
A NSW Migration Heritage Centre exhibition. Continue reading
Winner 2012 National Trust Heritage Award. Newly discovered photographs by internee Paul Dubotzki reveal what it was like to be interned in Australia during World War One.
A NSW Migration Heritage Centre and Historic Houses Trust of NSW online exhibition. Continue reading
On 12 March 1947, the Misr sailed from Port Said, Egypt, bound for Australia, carrying hundreds of passengers from over fifteen countries.
View a compelling documentary produced by the Sydney Morning Herald and NSW Migration Heritage Centre. Continue reading
Read ten oral history transcripts of former British child migrants from the Fairbridge Farm School, Molong.
A Fairbridge Heritage Association and NSW Migration Heritage Centre exhibition. Continue reading
An inspiring tale of young people from war-torn countries brought together by a passion for football.
A Football United and NSW Migration Heritage Centre exhibition. Continue reading
Meet the parents of five Socceroos and hear their personal stories. Diverse family backgrounds show how football in Australia was transformed by post-war migration.
A Powerhouse Museum and NSW Migration Heritage Centre exhibition. Continue reading
Winner 2010 National Trust Heritage Award. A powerful juxtaposition of colour and patterns, this exhibition showcases over 40 Macedonian aprons from the Illawarra.
A Macedonian Welfare Association, Port Kembla and NSW Migration Heritage Centre online exhibition. Continue reading
Winner 2011 National Trust Heritage Award. ‘Undertow’ is a series of paintings by Hanna Kay influenced and informed by the Jewish Cemetery in Maitland.
A Maitland Regional Art Gallery touring exhibition in partnership with the NSW Migration Heritage Centre.
Chinese market gardeners brought their skills and knowledge from China and adapted local practices.
A NSW Migration Heritage Centre exhibition surveying the Chinese market gardens of NSW. Continue reading
Visit the State Heritage Register listed Wing Hing Long & Co store at Tingha, 26 km south of Inverell – a time capsule of original fittings and merchandise 1881-1998.
A Wing Hing Long & Co Museum, Tingha and NSW Migration Heritage Centre exhibition.
Visit Trial Bay Gaol, a former concentration camp for people of German descent interned as ‘enemy aliens’ during World War One.
A NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service and NSW Migration Heritage Centre exhibition. Continue reading