The Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (MADE) in Ballarat is located on the historic site of the Eureka Stockade. Home to the Eureka Flag, sharing the stories of the Eureka Rebellion of 1854, MADE is a museum offering all Australians a place for national commemoration, celebration and pride.
Through a combination of physical and digital artefacts, including interactive touch tables and the iconic Eureka Flag, this permanent exhibition explores the role of the Eureka Rebellion in shaping our nation. The museum offers an opportunity for all to stand on the site where young miners stood up for their rights, and contemplate how this event shaped Australia’s future.
MADE has developed a unique suite of educational programs for primary and secondary schools in History, English, Civics and Citizenship reframing the discussion on democracy, using the historic significance and spirit of Eureka to inspire a younger generation and address the changing needs of our community.
Relax in our café overlooking the beautiful heritage parklands and browse our shop for gifts and mementos, featuring unique Eureka merchandise. Visit us for our daily Flag talks and see our website for our changing temporary exhibitions, holiday program and special events.
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