The Melbourne Story has been officially launched at the Melbourne Museum.
At the official launch, Victorian Premier John Brumby said "The Melbourne Story explores the great moments, landmarks, people and events that have shaped this city and is the single-largest exhibition about Melbourne ever staged.
“It will provide Victorians, as well as the many hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit from interstate and overseas each year, with a unique opportunity to see how Melbourne has evolved since the 1800s."
Museum Victoria has spent the past three years developing The Melbourne Story, and I'm pleased to inform that one piece of my photographic work is being featured in an interactive map display.
This is my image that was chosen by the Melbourne Museum and I have licensed it for 10 years.
Melbourne: photograph by Darren Stones
A photograph of the interactive map display can be found here.
To all Melburnians, Victorians, and visitors, I highly recommend this new permanent exhibition to you.
11 Nicholson St, Carlton, Melbourne.
Open 10am-5pm daily.
(Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day)
Admission: Adult $6.00, Concession and Children free.