The following is a selection of useful sites.

The Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka

Site of the Eureka Stockade

Museum of Australian Democracy (Canberra)

This museum in Canberra covers the broader story of both Australian and global democracies and the origins of democracy

The Ballarat Fine Art Gallery

Has various exhibitions involving the story of Eureka

Sovereign Hill

A recreation of the atmosphere of the goldfields and the Eureka Sound and Light Show

'Blood on the Southern Cross'

The Gold Museum, Ballarat

Learn of the discovery of gold, and the beauty and power of gold through one of Australia's most impressive presentations

State Library of Victoria

Heritage Council of Victoria

This site contains a register of various Eureka artefacts, documents and manuscripts

Victoria Public Record Office - Eureka on Trial

This site presents around 90 documents that trace not only the events in late December 1854, but also the lead-up to and the aftermath of the battle at Eureka

Immigration Museum, Melbourne

Australian National Museum, Canberra

This program for schools presents five interactive case studies called 'Australian History Mysteries' which include the study 'The Eureka Rebellion'

National 1798 Centre – Enniscorthy, Ireland

The award winning National 1798 Centre offers a fascinating insight into the birth of modern democracy in Ireland

Sydney Eureka Commemoration Group