Bonegilla Migrant Experience

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National heritage listed, Block 19 Bonegilla was originally an army camp during World War 11, and later served as Australia's largest migrant reception centre.

Today, one in 20 Australians have links to Bonegilla through parents, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts or grandparents. The Bonegilla Migrant Experience brings to life the stories and experiences of these people, and their family's contribution to the formation of our multicultural society.

Bonegilla Migrant experience is an intimate glimpse into the hopes and dreams of Australia's post-war migrants.

Free admission.
Tours available for groups and schools by appointment.

At a glance

Address:

82 Bonegilla Rd, Bonegilla, 3691

Phone:

+61 2 6020 6912

Fax:

+61 2 6022 9322

Website:

bonegilla.org.au

Email:

bonegilla@wodonga.vic.gov.au

Distance to Touring Route:

On touring route

Operating season:

Seven days a week. Closed Anzac Day (10am to 1pm), Good Friday and Christmas Day.

Opening times:

10am to 4pm

Rate range:

not applicable

Activity category:

Attraction

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