Henry Kendall Cottage 180th Anniversary – The Road to Cooranbean History Walk

Celebrating the 180th Anniversary of Henry Kendall Cottage the Brisbane Water Historical Society proudly presents
the “Fagan’s Run” exhibition March 1 to May 30 and “The Road to Cooranbean History Walk” Saturday, 18th May - 10am until 12pm. Come along and discover the far reaching connections of the Fagan family.

Discover the far reaching connections of the Fagan family.

The tour will start at 10am from Goodaywang Reserve, Kurrawa Ave, Point Clare, continue along the waterside of Fagan’s Park, through Bungaree Reserve, concluding at Henry Kendall Cottage (once known as ‘Cooranbean’) at midday.
BBQ lunch and light refreshments to follow.
Return passenger shuttle to Goodaywang Reserve is available after the tour or after lunch.
Children under 16 are free – $7 Adults (includes tour and lunch).
Comfortable footwear is recommended – easy walk / flat surface. Convenient parking.

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
25 Henry Kendall Street, West Gosford, New South Wales

The walking tour will commence at 10am from Goodaywang Reserve, Kurrawa Ave, Point Clare, continuing along the waterside of Fagan’s Park, through Bungaree Reserve, concluding at Henry Kendall Cottage (once known as ‘Cooranbean’) at midday.

Times:

'The Road to Cooranbean History Walk' - Saturday 18 May - 10am until 12pm with a BBQ lunch and light refreshments to follow.
'Fagan's Run' temporary exhibition - on display 1 March until 30 May.
Henry Kendall Cottage and Historical Museum is open Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 10am until 3pm.

Groups at other times by appointment.

Entry fees:
Adults $7
Booking:
info@henrykendallcottage.org.au(02) 4325 2270
Attendance limit:
no
Website:
henrykendallcottage.org.au
Onsite facilities:
Social:
Other things
you need to know:
Children under 16 free (includes tour and lunch). If passenger transport over to Goodaywang Reserve is required prior to the walking tour commencing please contact the Society in advance of the day so that convenient arrangements can be made.