Join Emeritus Professor Geoffrey Blainey AC as he brings to life some of the well-known and the forgotten people and events in the history of the Ballarat region.
Professor Blainey is one of Australia’s most significant historians, authors and public intellectuals. His 40 published books include the international best seller, ‘A Short History of the World’.
A Ballarat Heritage Festival event presented by the Eureka Centre.
Tickets: Free. Limited places. Booking required via Eventbrite
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
Ramps are available throughout the building to ensure easy access to all areas of the Eureka Centre. Toilets with wheelchair access and infant change table are available. The Stawell Street South side of the building is recommended for people requiring accessible parking. There are three accessible car parking spots near the main entrance and a drop off and collection point for cars and taxis near the flags at the top of the path leading to the venue. Wheelchairs are available and can be reserved before your visit by phoning 03 5333 0333 or emailing: EurekaInfo@ballarat.vic.gov.au (link to accessibility tab)
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Eureka Centre 102 Stawell Street South, Eureka VIC 3350