With the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, CAE has suspended all face-to-face short courses and languages courses as of Wednesday March 25 2020.
Join our Historical Walks to discover the hidden treasures and hear the fascinating history associated with Melbourne.
Recount stories of Carlton’s facinating past as we discover gracious terrace houses, the site of the first Children’s Hospital, Medley Hall, beautiful Macarthur and Murchison Squares and much more.
Discover the rich history of some of Melbourne’s most celebrated artists with Isabel Simpson.
Discover the path that Batman and Fawkner travelled, the co-founders of Melbourne town.
Visit sites of the original places of the 1835 European settlement of Melbourne (Bearbrass) including town square, settlers’ homes, indigenous sites, gaols, pubs, docks, churches, hospital and more.
Discover a variety of Art Deco Modernist buildings located in and around Melbourne’s CBD. Learn about the influence and history of Art Deco buildings.
Shlomo Zimmer shares his extensive knowledge of Jewish history, culture and cuisine on this fascinating exploration of Balaclava.
Isabel Simpson further explores the city’s intriguing network of lanes and alleyways, including sites such as Oliver’s Lane, Alfred Place,lost sites such as a 19thC garden and more.
Isabel Simpson takes you to visit the oldest and grandest arcades during a walking tour through a network of fascinating lanes and alley.
Join award-winning architect, Nicholas Gioia and tour Melbourne CBD’s North and Eastern borders to ponder the clash of 19thC and 21stC architecture – the buildings and the fascinating stories.
Walking Tours Courses Coming Up
Carlton Historical Walking Tour
Surveyed and planned in 1852, Carlton was the favoured sites for the Melbourne’s first University, Trades Hall Council, and Royal...
North by Northwest - Exploring Melbourne Architecture
Multi award-winning architect, Nicholas Gioia, tours the north western parts of the CBD between the State Library and the Queen Victoria...