Clues in the landscape : Guildford’s changing landscape from First Nations people to the coming of the railway
Come on a guided 90 minute walking tour in Guildford, visiting sites with physical reminders of First Nation people's use of the area, the early British settlement, the convict period, and the coming of the railway.
Join Dr Shane Burke, vice president of the Swan Guildford Historical Society and Senior Lecturer in archaelogy and history at the University of Notre Dame Australia, on a walking tour of Guildford.
We visit sites with physical reminders of First Nation people’s use of the area, the early British settlement, the convict period, and the coming of the railway.
Distance and time: 1800 metres, 90 minutes, but with one rest stop. The route is wheelchair friendly, and historical maps will be provided. Bring a small bottle of water.
Date and time: Sunday 21st April 2024. Meet at 10am in the car park of the old Guildford Gaol, 22 Meadow Street Guildford.