Unsettled exhibition tour

Go deeper into the truth-telling experience by joining a tour with our knowledgeable First Nations guides.

Image: Anna Kučera
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Unsettled tours schedule
Date Time
Wednesday | Saturday | Sunday
10.30am | 1pm
Thursday nights
10 June - 30 June
6pm | 7.30pm

Age Recommendation: 8+

Produced by First Nations' curators, Unsettled provides visitors direct and undiluted access to the stories and experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during the time since European arrival.

As a powerful instrument of truth-telling, curators, artists and community have had the opportunity to record evidence about past actions and share their culture, heritage and history with Museum visitors.

Go deeper into the truth-telling experience by joining a tour with our knowledgeable First Nations guides, as they illuminate the significance of the exhibition’s key cultural objects, historical documents and contemporary artworks.

Group tour bookings can also be arranged for Monday to Friday, except Wednesdays. Adult and tertiary student groups can make a Group Booking for these First Nations led tours. The maximum size for the tour is 20, with a minimum of 10 people for a group tour booking.

Education group tours are also available for Stages 3-6 on Monday to Friday, except Wednesdays. This 45-minute tour is led by First Nations guides and provides an introduction to the the key themes of the Unsettled exhibition including the lasting impacts of colonisation and the denial of Indigenous sovereignty.

Discover first-hand accounts and engage in our nation's journey towards a better shared future and the true settling of this land.

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*Please note the afternoon tour on Saturday 19 June will take place at 12.30pm.

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