Other Victorian History events can be located in our Events Calendar. Regular RHSV Events
Events of the RHSV are covered in What’s on (pdf).
Exhibitions: A series of temporary exhibitions are held each year at the Society. Exhibitions are open Monday to Thursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm and Friday 9:00am – 3:00 pm. Group bookings are essential – see the Exhibitions page.
Lectures: Each month between February and November, lectures are held at the RHSV. Speakers address a wide range of subjects relating to Victorian, Local and Family history. For more information visit the Lectures page.
Podcasts of lectures in MP3 format are made where possible – see the Podcasts Page. Tours: The RHSV conducts introductory tours of its collections for schools, affiliated societies and other community groups. For more information Contact Us.
Other Victorian History events can be located in our Events Calendar.
Regular RHSV Events
TUESDAY 17 MAY: ‘Simply because I was an 18 year old hero’
(5.45pm Following AGM)
Speaker: Professor Marilyn Lake
In brief: In this lecture Professor Lake examines the conception of the soldier settlement scheme and its place in the broader history of settler colonialism in Australia. Read More…
THURSDAY 26 MAY: Science in the State’s Interest : the Victorian Precursors to the CSIRO
Speaker: Dr James Waghorne
In brief: A joint lecture with the Royal Society of Victoria, to be held at the RSV, 8 Latrobe Street, Melbourne. $20 for RHSV and RSV members for pre-lecture refreshments from 6.15pm. Attendance at lecture only from 7pm is free. Read More…