War Heritage Roadshow

Do you have wartime artefacts at home? Do you know their significance or how to care for them?

War Heritage Roadshow 2017

Bring your objects along for personalised advice from Australia's top preservation experts about how to keep your family's wartime heritage items safe in your home for future generations to enjoy.

The War Heritage Roadshow, an initiative under the Victorian Government's War History and Heritage Strategy, is touring Victoria during 2017, giving Victorians practical advice on caring for wartime artefacts.

Delivered by the University of Melbourne, the free Roadshow is bringing Australia's leading experts in preservation to you for a two-day line-up of workshops and information sessions.

Attend a workshop near you

Our conservators and historians have seen an incredible range of war heritage throughout 2017. Those with artefacts and those who came to listen and observe all reported having a fantastic time and left with lots of information, advice and confidence to take care of their own war heritage.

War Heritage Roadshow participants with their war heritage being assessed.

Bookings are now open for the upcoming War Heritage Roadshow locations:

  • Ararat 20 October 2017
  • Horsham 21 October 2017

View the full list of locations the Roadshow will visit on the University of Melbourne's site.

Please note, no munition or weaponry will be permitted at the Roadshow.

Can't make it to one of the Roadshow events? Get information on caring for your war heritage at home.

Follow Victoria Remembers on Facebook or email war.heritage@dpc.vic.gov.au to receive notification of the schedule and future locations. 

Last updated on Thursday, 12 October 2017