Stories of Early ForrestNational Trust (ACT) and Forrest Residents Group

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Stories of Early Forrest

This Heritage Walk is a gentle stroll through the Griffin Plan avenues, circuits, circles and streets of Forrest.

It tells the stories behind land use, naming conventions, landscape, streetscape, architecture and residents from the 1920s to 1960s including detail of the construction workers’ camps, early clubs and statues, government and private housing of the 20s, modernist architecture of the 50s/60s and the street plantings.
This is a Canberra and Region Heritage Festival event, held jointly with the Forrest Residents Group.

Event date

Event Details

Franklin St and Dominion Circuit, Forrest, Australian Capital Territory

9.30am to 11.30 am

Entry fees:
Adults $ 15
Prebooking required
Attendance limit:
Less than 50