Each week hundreds of school kids from across Australia visit the place where in 1854 miners erected a stockade and battled the government over licence fees and taxation without representation.
That place is the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka. Better known by its acronym, MADE, is unique in a number of ways.
A focus on democracy is one. And the way the museum uses technology as a form of story-telling is another.
The current acting CEO of MADE is Sarah Masters who manages the day-to-day running of the museum which has hosted 68,000 visitors in the past 12 months.
The museum she says is more than. It’s a place, she says, for people to discover the importance of democracy and how those events of the Eureka Rebellion brought voting rights to the colony.
Sarah Masters, CEO of MADE