Museum at Home
While our Beechworth Historic Precinct is temporarily closed, please explore the history, buildings, collections and stories from the comfort of home or classroom.
Search the Collection
Search through photographs from our collection on the Burke Museum page on Victorian Collections. Follow the digitisation of our growing collection of over 30,000 objects and 2,500 historic photographs.
Send a Telegram
To help us all stay connected in creative ways, Leo and the volunteer operators at the Beechworth Historic Telegraph Station are offering FREE telegrams to be sent to anyone within Australia!
Rock n roll Outlaw online
Did you miss seeing Rock n Roll Outlaw? The exhibition booklet is now available online! Follow the link to have a look at the details behind the controversial Tony Richardson film, Ned Kelly.
140 Years since Ned Kelly's Committal Hearing in Beechworth
Starting on 6 August 1880, the committal hearing at Beechworth Courthouse ultimately decided Ned Kelly would face trial for two counts of murder in Melbourne, where he faced his final sentence.
Keep up to date with the Beechworth Historic Precinct during this time by following the links below