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Part of Australia's charm is its history. It also makes for some great places to visit! So take a journery down Australia's timeline & see what you can discover, or even learn.


22 September

Melbourne experiences a 5.9 magnitude earthquake, with the epicentre being around the Mansfield area in north-eastern Victoria. The quake's effects were felt as far away as Tasmania and Adelaide.


16 July

Victoria pauses quarantine free travel to New Zealand [Covid-19]


05 July

Victoria permitted to travel to New Zealand provided they hadn't visited a designated hotspot. [Covid-19]


22 June

Victoria regains quarantine-free links to New Zealand. [Covid-19]


25 May

Quarantine free travel from Victoria to New Zealand suspended, following a community cluster in Melbourne.


27 September

The overnight curfew was suspended in Victoria. [Covid-19]


02 August

An overnight curfew was introduced in Victoria [Covid-19]


08 July

Victoria closes it's common border with New South Wales, following a large spike in cases in parts of Melbourne [Covid-19]


02 July

All international arrivals into Melbourne were suspended. [Covid-19]


26 June

Victoria's "second wave" of Covid-19 ended when it recorded zero new cases and zero deaths statewide for the first time since 9 June


20 June

Victoria's first wave of Covid-19 begins


20 June

Victorian Government announced the re-tightening of Covid-19 restrictions on household gatherings following a spike in community transmitted cases over the previous week

Things to See

  • Australian Centre for Moving Images

    Australian Centre for Moving Images

  • Brighton Beach

    Brighton Beach

  • Convention Centre

    Convention Centre

  • Federation Square

    Federation Square

  • Royal Exhibition Building

    Royal Exhibition Building

  • Street Art

    Street Art