From Bonegilla Migrant Experience <[email protected]>
Subject Find out what's new at Bonegilla Migrant Experience
Date September 25, 2019 5:00 AM
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September, 2019


School Holiday Tours

Now to Sunday, October 13

Daily tour at 11am

Duration: 1.5 hours

Walk-ins welcomed

Adults $12, children $9

Discover the rich history that is Bonegilla Migrant Experience.


Me and Bonegilla Two Friends Productions

Pack your suitcase - we’re headed for the 1950s! Throughout this fun-filled and educational play, audiences will discover what life was like as a newly arrived migrant to Australia. Filled with exciting characters, physical comedy and song. Me and Bonegilla will take

you on a journey you won’t forget.

Tuesday, October 29

1pm performance

Wednesday, October 30

11am and 1pm performance

Performance only

$10 per person - Teachers free

Duration: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Performance and guided tour

$15 per person - Teachers free

Duration: 2.5 hours

(1 hour performance, 1 hour tour with a break in the middle)


Discover Bonegilla 2019

Saturday, November 2 and Sunday, November 3, 2019

An annual back to Bonegilla Migrant Camp gathering and discovery for visitors.

Guided tours, bus tours, historian talks, children's hands-on activities and catch-up opportunities for ex-residents and staff.

A full program will be published soon, so follow us on Facebook [[link removed]] to keep up-to-date. Book your accommodation and plan your visit at [[link removed]]


The Arc memorial sculpture

More than 1000 plaques have now been placed on The Arc memorial sculpture. Paying tribute to individuals, couples and families that migrated to Bonegilla between 1947 and 1971.

If you would like to purchase a plaque for your family on The Arc memorial sculpture, visit our website and download the application form [[link removed]] or for any questions contact the Welcome Centre on (02) 6020 6912.


Courage and willpower recognised

The latest person to be recognised with a plaque on The Arc memorial sculpture is the late Josef Stelc who fled a communist run Czech Republic and later came to live at the Bonegilla Migrant Centre.

His wife and two daughters will acknowledge his bravery with a plaque. Read more here. [[link removed]]


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We look forward to welcoming you to Bonegilla Migrant Experience soon.


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