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Chinese Museum


Situated in Melbourne's Chinatown (Little Bourke Street), the Chinese Museum has been running since 1985, tasked to document, preserve and display the history of Australians of Chinese descent

Home to Dai Loong and the Millennium Dragon, the largest Chinese dragon in the world, the Chinese Museum features artifacts from the gold fields, furniture makers, and other Chinese work and cultural groups.

The museum is a popular destination for those wishing to learn more about Chinese arts and crafts, literature, music and customs.

Just the facts:

Contact: Chinese Museum web site

22 Cohen Place Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia.
Getting there:
In the Melbourne city centre, enter the Chinatown precinct in Little Bourke Street from Swanston or Russell Street. Cohen place is off Little Bourke Street.

Chinese dragon, Chinese Museum, Melbourne; photograph (c) Melbourne Convention & Marketing Bureau; 270x326

Chinese dragon photo (c) Melbourne Convention & Marketing Bureau