The JHC Museum is closed.
Staff are working remotely and can be contacted during office hours.*
*Except on Saturdays, some
Public Holidays, and Jewish Holy Days
Jewish Holocaust Centre
Visit the JHC to discover the museum or browse publications in the comprehensive library of Holocaust-related resources.
Guide to Films and Books
Find out about the JHC’s extensive education programs, book a school visit, delve into a selection of educational resources or watch a short testimony by a Holocaust survivor.
Library & Resources
Go online to explore the JHC archives, find out about the library, learn of a scholarship opportunity, view past editions of Centre News magazine and discover books the JHC has published.
Build the Future
Become a Friend
Fundraise for us
Leave a bequest
Support the work of the JHC by making a donation, pledge your assistance to the JHC Foundation, find out how to leave a bequest, become a Friend of the JHC or become a volunteer.
The Jewish Holocaust Centre was created by Melbourne Holocaust survivors as a memorial to the 6 million Jews who were murdered in WWII. It opened in 1984 with a mission to educate the public ‘to combat antisemitism, racism and prejudice in the community’.
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