Telling stories of how ordinary men and women fought for democratic rights in Australia, the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E.), concentrates on the events of the 1854 Eureka Stockade.
Access to the tour, in Auslan, English or Mandarin captions, Audio description and audio, is now available on OpenAccess Tours.
Featuring interviews with direct descendents and historians, period artworks, photographs and documentation, The Eureka Story tour takes you through Australia’s fight for democratic rights. Visit The Flag Room, and learn about The Eureka Flag’s history, symbolism and continuing importance.
You can still visit the Grassroots Democracy: The Campaign for Disability Rights Exhibition in Auslan, online here: http://made.org/explore/exhibitions/disability-rights-exhibition/
These stories are made accessible using the OpenAccess Tours app for Deaf and hard of hearing or vision-impaired visitors to M.A.D.E.
Available OpenAccess Tours options: Auslan, English or Mandarin language captions, audio description and audio
Opening Hours: 10:00am – 5:00pm daily. View the Opening Times.
Ticketing: Check the admissions page
Address: 102 Stawell St South, Ballarat, Victoria 3350
View the museum map: www.made.org/visit/