THERE ARE LOTS OF WAYS OF SEEING PART of this vast collection of Victorian government records including from home.
Here is a link to a selection of their art deco travel posters.
The ‘School Days: Education in Victoria’ exhibition features classroom stories, school photographs, old text books, and memorabilia straight from the vaults of the state archives of the Public Record Office Victoria.
Through a range of nostalgic displays be reminded of the days when milk was delivered to every child and being caned was all part of a normal education.
See how Victorian education has changed since 1872 when Victoria became the first state to establish a public school system based on the principles of free, secular and compulsory education.
The museum is open Sunday to Friday (closed every Saturday), 10am-4pm, and entry is free.
Monthly information seminars