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Stayed in the next street. Wanted to experience the area surrounding the Australian stamp of... read more

Reviewed June 1, 2018
Steve Y
Callala Bay, Australia
Australian history lesson

Always good to revisit these important places and refresh the history memory. The Centre is well... read more

Reviewed May 7, 2018
Melbourne, Australia
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| Eureka & Stawell Streets, Eureka Stockade Memorial Park, Ballarat, Victoria 3350, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Interesting for Australians who know the history, but proberly not much interest to tourists from other countries, as there is not much to see.

Thank peterholland1
Reviewed June 1, 2018

Stayed in the next street. Wanted to experience the area surrounding the Australian stamp of democracy.. Well done.

Thank Steve Y
Reviewed May 7, 2018

Always good to revisit these important places and refresh the history memory. The Centre is well set out and displays easy to follow. There is a great gift shop and very good cafe.

1  Thank lees42
Reviewed April 29, 2018

We spent a very interesting time here. The Museum is very interactive and contains some fascinating artifacts and historical material to wonder about. While it deals with the Eureka Stockade incident is also puts it into historical and universal context. The gift shop is also...More

1  Thank 529grahamr
Reviewed April 26, 2018 via mobile

It isn’t just the memorial - which may or may not be on the site of the stockade (it was made of upturned wagons and only there for a few hours) - the main attraction is the MADE visitor centre. Here, pride of place is...More

Thank billmash
Reviewed February 25, 2018 via mobile

We use this park for a picnic day out. Suitable for children 5 - 12 for the playground. No enclosing fence and there is a lake very close. Kids do love the ducks and pick up pizza nearby on Eureka Street or from the MADE...More

Thank Daniel H
Reviewed January 17, 2018 via mobile

A very good memorial to an important part of Australian history. I did not go into the museum there as I had no time but this memorial gives a brief rundown of the events. From here it’s just a short drive to Bakery Hill where...More

1  Thank Worldtraveller2044
Reviewed January 16, 2018

Our family visited the Eureka Memorial after spending a full day at Sovereign Hill. We were too late to visit MADE and see the original flag but were moved by this appropriate tribute to this important part of Australian history. Well worth the effort to...More

1  Thank danielkayelene
Reviewed December 13, 2017

Anyone going to Ballarat needs to visit this place, steeped in history, the original flag on display, what we have today in Australia is the result of what happened here on December 3rd 1854

Thank Robin H
Reviewed December 5, 2017

This was a wonderful moment to visit this historical place. We did a quick stop in, you can just park and walk over to visit. No entry fee, unless you go to the museum nearby. We were on our way to Adelaide and it was...More

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