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Alan Tudge MP:
Did you know that Knox is home to its very own jazz museum?
Australian Jazz Museum located in Wantirna, is Australia’s leading jazz museum and has an extensive collection paying tribute to Australia’s significant contribution to the world of jazz both locally and overseas.
I was pleased to recently help them secure a small federal grant to buy a new computer system which will enable them to expand their online archive.
When open, they regularly host live performances which I’m sure will get right back into full swing as soon as they are able to.

Visit the Women in Jazz page of our new database.

Check out the Smacka story on our new database.

The premier Australian jazz museum and home of the largest Australian jazz collection.

Proactively collecting, archiving and disseminating Australian jazz.

In the interests of public safety the Australian Jazz Museum is closed until further notice.
If you need to contact us, please send an email to info@ajm.org.au or alternatively if the matter is urgent we can be reached on 0412 073 702.

Current Onsite Exhibition


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  • From Our Collection

    From Our Collection
    Available from the AJM shop $25 VJAZZ009. – Downbeat Concert No.55 Melbourne Town Hall 27th June, 1960 Melbourne’s music store owner Bob Clemens weekly Downbeat Concerts were an institution in Melbourne from 1952 to 1968. The ...

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  • From Our Collection

    From Our Collection
    ID17227. The Melbourne New Orleans Jazz Band with Paul Marks Swaggie S 4532. 7inch 45rpm Disc. Place: MELBOURNE Date: 1960 Musicians: Frank Turville c, Nick Polites cl, Kevin Shannon tb, Willie ...

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Australian Jazz Museum
15 Mountain Highway
Wantirna Vic 3152
Australia

+61 3 9800 5535
Open to Visitors: Tues, Wed and Fri 10am – 3pm.

Acknowledgement of Country:

In the spirit of reconciliation the Australian Jazz Museum acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, water and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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