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St John's will introduce a new initiative that involves the use of an interactive self-guided map that provides an explanation about the location and explanations about the artefacts within the church.
Let’s celebrate our Western Australian Heritage together in the Western Australian Museum's Discovery Zone. Experience what it's like to be a museum curator in two unique workshops packed with fun and games.
'It’s not a chip on your shoulder if they’re really out to get you' – Queensland is unfairly underrepresented on Australia’s big heritage lists.
Find out about the unique place Tasmania is through our documentary heritage.
The Kings Meadows Road Station was built by the VDL Government from August 1836 to house convicts building the Evandale to Launceston water scheme and Hobart Road.
Launching the REVITALISED East Fremantle Heritage Trail!
Commissioned as part of the WA HERITAGE TRAILS NETWORK, originally mapped in 1988, the Trail will now boast exciting new 21st century tools... a digital map, interactive website & tale sharing walking tour.
Local wallpaper expert and one of the drivers of the Tasmanian Decorated Interiors database, Alan Townsend will present an insightful and quirky account of what people were lining their walls with in 19th century Oatlands and how that gives an insight into their lives, tastes and improvisation.
As part of The Australian Heritage Festival, Ripples Chowder Bay is hosting a Historical Walking Tour on Sunday, May 5th, 2019.
Let Journey Walks guide you through the mysterious events that shaped Chowder Bay forever. You'll discover there is much more to the area than meets the eye.
John Glover is often referred to as the father of Australian landscape painting. Born in England, he later travelled to Van Diemen's Land arriving in 1831 where he lived up until his death in 1849.
A panel discussion mediated by Brian Wightman with Sam Tucker, Jan Davis and Graeme Walker.
The National Trust acquired the Old Umbrella Shop in 1979. The heritage facade and interior were retained and the retail operations continued. Part community museum, part information centre and part retail business, the shop is now operated by any extraordinary group of more than 90 National Trust volunteers who continue to uphold the remarkable legacy of the Shott family and also preserve