Yarra Ranges Regional Museum

Yarra Ranges Regional Museum

Acknowledgement of Country

Yarra Ranges Regional Museum acknowledges the Wurundjeri peoples and other Kulin Nations as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which the museum stands. We recognise their ongoing connection to Country. We pay respect to Elders, past and present, who have handed down their knowledge and living culture for millenia.

The Yarra Ranges region is home to Coranderrk, a site of national historical significance, and we acknowledge all First Nations peoples who have an ancestral connection to this special place.

We are committed to truth-telling about the history of this area, to caring for and sharing First Nations cultural material under the guidance of First Nations community members, and to supporting First Nations storytelling and cultural practices.


  • Lift access to Level 2 gallery spaces
  • Accessible toilet
  • Our smallest doorway is the Resource Room which is 820mm wide (all gallery spaces are much wider)
  • There are no steps into any rooms
  • There is a disabled parking space close to the main entrance
  • There is a ramp from the cafe down to the spacious, relaxing Melba Park


35-37 Castella St, Lilydale 3140  View Map

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