The Jewish Holocaust Centre is dedicated to the 6 million Jews who were killed by Nazis between 1933 and 1945, presenting eyewitness accounts of 1300 Holocaust survivors, archival footage, photographs and documents from the period. It explores the events around the rise of Nazism, life in the ghettos and camps, and the survivors who went on to settle down in Australia. Highlights include a large model of Treblinka created by a survivor, Peter Schipperheyn's 'Eternal Flame' and Andrew Rogers' 'Pillars of Witness' comprising 76 panels depicting the horrors of Holocaust.
13-15 Selwyn St, Elsternwick VIC 3185, Australia
Nearest Transit: Elsternwick (Line: Sandringham)
+61 3 9528 1985
Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre and Nearby Attractions on Map
Elsternwick Park(0.7 km)
Melbourne Luna Park(2.8 km)
Luna Park is a historic amusement park in St Kilda that has been operational since 1912.
Melbourne National Theatre(2.5 km)
Originally opened in 1920 as the Victory Theatre for cinema, the National Theatre has been a performance space for dramas, opera and ballet since 1974.
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