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Maritime freight matters

Maritime freight matters

November 29th, 2023 - Jackie Watts

The community living in the Docklands precinct with large vessels and tugs on their doorstep are likely to be more aware than many in the wider community of the immense importance of maritime trade.


Young people REALLY matter to MMHN!

November 1st, 2023 - Jackie Watts

Melbourne Maritime Heritage Network (MMHN) is intent upon growing maritime heritage “awareness” among young people; that is, creating maritime enthusiasts of the future! We have hurdles to overcome.

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A busy month for boating and maritime enthusiasts

September 27th, 2023 - Jackie Watts

Many in the community may not recognise that they have a rich maritime heritage of significant social, cultural, and economic value – past, present and future.

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Action on the Control Tower

August 30th, 2023 - Jackie Watts

Melbourne Maritime Heritage Network (MMHN) is happy to report Development Victoria (DV) action finally on the rapidly degenerating Shipping Control Tower on North Wharf.  Hopefully, Docklands residents will be happy about this too.

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Waterways are a constant presence in the daily life of Docklands

August 2nd, 2023 - Jackie Watts

Understanding the history of the waterways of Docklands is very rewarding. What we see now is indeed impressive and unique in Melbourne but the “back-story” of what you see now of today’s waterways warrants attention.

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