Unfortunately you have already missed these events in 2015 – check our What’s On list for upcoming events.



ANZAC Centenary exhibitions and slideshows at Maldon District Museum.

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All the fun and glamour of the procession is reflected in the colour slides taken by local resident and amateur photographer Harry Grigg from 1957 to 1966. Mr Grigg was also the MLC for the Electorate of Bendigo during this time. These slides have now been digitised and large colour prints produced for the display. Slideshows will also be running – this time on a television screen rather than a ‘white wall’.

You are invited to come along, relive old memories and help our volunteers to identify the people and organisations represented.

Easter Procession Float 1962The procession has always been a highlight of Maldon’s Easter Fair. The floats are usually very innovative and often humorous, and always the subject of a great deal of planning, design and many hours of decoration by the entrants.

Easter Fair FloatFifty and more years ago floats were even more decorative than today, and of course then as now dressing up, decorating bikes, and making signs was all part of the fun.

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Red Cross Certificate Maldon EventThe 2015 Heritage Festival theme is Conflict and Compassion and the Maldon Museum & Archives Association will be presenting activities which will encourage visitors to discover how the Great War touched the entire community and ultimately changed the very fabric of Maldon and District.

A programme including a guided walking tour, plus self-guided tours, digital presentations and displays will bring to life stories of personal contribution and sacrifice, political tension and division, and ordinary lives lived in extraordinary times both at home and on the front.

Exhibitions:  Maldon District Museum, 93 High Street, Maldon.

Guided Walk: In Maldon’s historic precincts conducted by renowned historian Peter Cuffley.

Self-drive tour: To nearby sites of ‘VOTE NO’ Hill and ANZAC Hill – collect a brochure from the Maldon Museum or Maldon Visitor Information Centre.

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