Ned Kelly Discovery Hub
Experience the captivating tale of Ned Kelly's Last Stand, an iconic moment in Australian history that continues to spark debate and fascination. Step into the world of this enigmatic figure, perceived by some as a ruthless murderer and by others as a courageous champion against corruption, more than a century after his infamous escapades through the Victorian bushland while donning his legendary bulletproof armour.
Welcome to the Ned Kelly Discovery Hub, an exceptional destination set against the picturesque backdrop of Glenrowan. The striking, architecturally designed rotunda and viewing platform offers a unique vantage point, allowing you to immerse yourself in the locations that played a pivotal role in Ned Kelly's final stand. Inside the hub, you'll become part of the siege story, gaining insights into the diverse perspectives that surround one of Australia's most significant post-colonial historical narratives.
You are invited to go beyond the ordinary and expected as you journey back in time to relive the dramatic moments of Glenrowan's past. Through an array of interactive and immersive platforms, visitors can delve deeper into the landscape's rich history. Utilizing cutting-edge technology, historical resources, and personal accounts, be transported on a captivating exploration, ensuring you uncover every facet of this compelling story.
Come and discover the legend of Ned Kelly like never before at the Ned Kelly Discovery Hub at Lions Park, Gladstone Street, Glenrowan.
Open 7 days 10am – 4pm excluding Christmas Day
P: 1800 801 065
Lions Park, Gladstone Street, Glenrowan
For group or bus bookings please contact –
Amanda Stevens - Visitor Services Team Leader
The story of Ned and the Kelly Gang has been portrayed and interpreted since before the siege of Glenrowan. The facts and perspectives of the events continue to be explored. The Ned Kelly Discovery Hub attempts to bring nuance, balance and humanity to the stories of all those involved.
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For a list of all of the content resources, please download the References/Credits guide below.
References & Credits(PDF, 133KB)