Milarri Garden

Melbourne Museum

Copyright Stewart Donn 2016
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Smell the blooms and plumes of indigenous Victorian plants while watching projections in Melbourne Museum’s Milarri Garden.

A stop at Milarri will also allow you to enjoy the collaborative sculpture titled Biamie, the Rainbow Serpent by Clive Atkinson, a Yorta artist, and Domonic Benhura, a Shona artist from Zimbabwe.

Milarri means ‘outdoors’ in Boon Wurrung and Woi wurrung. Milarri Garden is planted with native flora significant to the Aboriginal people of south-eastern Australia.

Please note that Milarri Gardens projection will close at midnight.