At daybreak on 3 December 1854 a government force of British soldiers and Victorian police attacked an entrenchment of 120 aggrieved gold miners at Ballarat, Victoria. The Eureka Stockade Gardens commemorate The Eureka Rebellion - one of Australia's defining moments. Visitors can see a monument to the Rebellion, and visit the Eureka Centre in the Eureka Gardens Stockade Precinct.
The Eureka Stockade Gardens were included in the National Heritage List on 8 December 2004.
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