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Hardwick happy to be a Hawk

Getting drafted to Hawthorn was a “surreal” feeling for Blake Hardwick.

4:45pm  Nov 25, 2015

AFL draft verdict: How did your club fare?

See how AFL Media's Callum Twomey rated each club's draft selections

3:15pm  Nov 25, 2015

Lovell lands at Hawthorn

Kieran Lovell was quietly confident he would make his way to an AFL club in this year’s draft, but it was a nervous wait on Tuesday night.

3:04pm  Nov 25, 2015

Latest HawksTV

Day one of a draftee's life

5:19pm  Nov 25, 2015

Draft: Wright on our picks

11:16pm  Nov 24, 2015

Draft: Meet Ryan Burton

9:38pm  Nov 24, 2015

Hawks Museum

The home of the Mighty Hawks, the Hawks Museum tells the story
of the people that have made the Hawthorn Football Club the most successful club in the last 50 years, 11 Premierships, 4 Brownlow medals, 6 Norm Smith medals and arguably the two best full forwards in the history of the game.

There are three areas for visitors to experience - 

The Foyer

See the magnificent portraits of Club Legends; John Kennedy Snr and Leigh Matthews, Graham Arthur, Michael Tuck, Peter Hudson David Parkin and Jason Dunstall.

The Hawks Museum

  • The Club chronology
  • The Premiership Cabinet
  • The largest Guernsey collection in the AFL
  • Hear Kennedy Snr address to the 1975 team
  • The Team photos
  • The old rubdown table in the Trainers’ display
  • Plus many more Brown & Gold stories

The Stairway of Memories

Relive Glenferrie, Princes Park, Waverley, historically important reminders of the Hawks former home grounds, the Social Club, the Trainers & the Past Players Rooms.

Hours, Admission, Location

Hawks Museum Hours
Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday – Closed
Sundays – Closed
Or by appointment

03 9535 3075 or email

Glenferrie Gold and Friends of the Hawks Museum are Free (must wear current badge)
Adult - $2.00, Concession/Child - $1 (tickets available at HawksNest)

Ricoh Centre,Waverley Park 
Stadium Circuit
Mount Waverley
(Melway map ref: 80 H2)

If visiting by public transport
Catch Pakenham, Cranbourne or Dandenong train from Flinders Street to Huntingdale Station, bus stop across road from station, catch Smart Bus 900 and ask for the Waverley Park stop.  You will see Waverley from bus stop.

Friends of the Hawks Museum

Hawks fans interested to learn more about the Friends of the Hawks Museum and support the continuing growth of the museum  - join up and have the pleasure of wearing the unique Hawks Museum badge and gaining unlimited access.

Download the 2015 Friends of the Hawks Museum membership form(.pdf).

The Hawks Museum is seeking the support from the wider Hawthorn community to help with the further development of the Club Collection at Waverley.

The collection has grown enormously since Hawks Forever first began in 1992. The search continues for guernseys, trophies, club publications, photographs, membership tickets and medallions, in short, anything brown & gold that will help us tell the Hawthorn story all the better.

Hawks Museum merchandise

HawksNest online has a range of exclusive Hawks Museum items available for purchase.
Visit HawksNest online.

Waverley Park Tours

Hawthorn supporters and Football fans in general have the chance to see the Club’s state-of-the-art facilities with the Waverley Park Tours, find out more.




Friends of the Hawks Museum

Last week was the 16th Annual Function for the Friends of the Hawks Museum

11:37am Nov 18, 2015


For your next museum visit

The Hawks Museum is pleased to announce that visitors can now take a guided tour using one of six tablets.

12:00pm Sep 14, 2015


Dan Minogue’s 1916 guernsey

The Hawks Museum is pleased to announce that the guernsey worn 99 years ago by Dan Minogue is now on display.

10:38am Aug 19, 2015


J W Kennon Hall of Fame medallion presented to the Hawks Museum

On May 13, three generations of the Kennon family visited the Hawks Museum to make a very important presentation to the Club Collection.

5:00pm Jul 27, 2015


Our oldest known Maybloom turns 100

Hawthorn’s Ken Feltscheer is the oldest living former VFL/AFL player. Ken turned 100 on Tuesday June 9, 2015.

9:13am Jun 15, 2015