An Australian museum dedicated to democracy.
A learning facility
M.A.D.E makes the past relevant to students today
M.A.D.E Theatre
The perfect viewing space
M.A.D.E. Cafe
Grab yourself a bite
The Eureka Flag
A silent witness to the making of Australian democracy.
Exhibition Space
People + Power = Democracy

The Chinese Voice Exhibition

M.A.D.E, in partnership with City of Ballarat Libraries, is pleased to exhibit rare goldfields Chinese newspapers dating back to the 1850s. Despite being a weekly newspaper run over four years, only 10 copies of The Chinese Advertiser and The English and Chinese Advertiser are held in public collections today. Three of these highly rare newspapers from 1856 and 1857 are on display at M.A.D.E until June 2015.

Saltbush Kitchen

Saltbush Kitchen at M.A.D.E is a modern, beautiful space overlooking the Eureka Park Memorial gardens and lake. Sweeping windows take in the panorama as you enjoy the finest refreshments from our menu.

Saltbush Kitchen offers a quality menu sourced from fresh, local produce and cooked on site. Brigid Corcoran specializes in bringing delicious native flavours to your meal. We cater for any dietary requirements, and offer a selection of hot and cold food, soft drinks, fine espresso coffee and refined teas.

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The Night They Stormed Eureka Education Resource

Award winning author Jackie French discusses her novel in this ready-to-use learning and teaching resource. Its video clips and printable worksheets align with Level 5 of the Australian Curriculum for English.

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