Incinerator History Tours

11am, Thu 25 Jun / Thu 30 Jul / Tue 15 Sep / Fri 30 Oct / Wed 18 Nov
/ or community groups by appointment

Free - bookings essential

Essendon Gazette, 7 August 1930

Community, change and creativity

On this tour discover the unique story of the Incinerator Gallery buildings and its architectural, environmental and technological history. Regarded as a significant building by the National Trust the striking Essendon Incinerator, designed by the offices of Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahoney, set new standards in Australia for municipal architecture and its integration into suburbia. Once a wetland by the Maribyrnong River, the Incinerator with its fascinating past is now the heart of Moonee Valley and a venue that provides the community with opportunities to engage with art, architecture and the environment.

Incinerator History Tours run from 11am to 12noon on the following days:

  • Thursday, 25 June
  • Thursday, 30 July
  • August – no tour
  • Tuesday, 15 September
  • Friday, 30 October
  • Wednesday, 18 November

Free – bookings essential as group sizes limited

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Incinerator History Tours are led by trained Volunteer Guides.

Community Group Tours

To request a community group booking for your members, contact Christine via email or call 03 9243 1740 with your preferred days and times.

Community Group Tours are delivered in English and may be available in Greek language.

Schools interested in Year level appropriate tours please click here.