Understanding Climate Change: All the Natural and Human Causes

Professor Raymond Cas
Emeritus Professor, School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Monash University

The Lost City of Melbourne

Featuring rare archival film & photography, this film is a revelatory work that allows its audience to reimagine the former glory of the lost City of Melbourne. Join Geography Victoria for a convivial outing to the Thornbury Picture House!

Decolonising Fire Science

Dr Philip Zylstra
Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Molecular and Life Sciences, Curtin University
Research Associate, The University of New South Wales

Explore Melbourne’s Dynamic Coastline

Examine Port Phillip’s historical changes, the geological landscapes that shape our foreshores and bays, the impacts of climate change and more on this field trip with Geography Victoria.

The Port of Melbourne: In the Sky and at Sea

Melbourne’s port is Australia’s largest container and general cargo port and a vital trade gateway. It handles around 35 percent of the nation’s container trade, with more than 3,000 ships calling at the port each year.