Australian Heritage Festival at Emerald Museum
Cardinia Shire residents are invited to celebrate the Australian Heritage Festival at Emerald Museum!
On Wednesday 20 April from 10am to 3pm, come together and enjoy some FREE kids’ activities and morning tea with our friendly museum volunteers.
Activities will include:
- Morning tea in the beautiful and historic Nobelius Heritage Park.
- Colouring in and scavenger hunt through the museum and surrounding park land.
- Discover the history of Emerald and district and chat to local stallholders.
- Salvia Gardens plant stall.
Emerald Museum is an archival repository and exhibition space for a wide range of items that relate to the history of the former Gembrook/C. A. Nobelius & Sons Nursery as well as Emerald and surrounding districts.
Nobelius Heritage Park is registered on the Victorian Heritage Database as a site of State significance, being an intact 12-acre remnant of the former Nobelius Nursery that operated between 1886 and 1955.
Emerald Museum and Nobelius Heritage Park are Council-owned and maintained and are administered by a volunteer Committee of Management known as the Nobelius Heritage Park & Emerald Museum Committee of Management (NHPEM).
Please note this event will be run in line with COVID-19 restrictions.
Learn more about Emerald Museum, visit www.emeraldmuseum.org.au
For more information about celebrating the Australian Heritage Festival at Emerald Museum, call our Environment and Heritage Team on 1300 787 624.