William Archer of Woolmers; Architect, Naturalist and LandownerWoolmers Estate


William Archer of Woolmers; Architect, Naturalist and Landowner

TMAG will be displaying a special case of material relating to the Bicentenary of Woolmers in the TMAG permanent exhibition 'Our changing land: Creating Tasmania'.

The exhibit will feature material produced by William Archer, including botanical specimens collected by him and some of his artworks, and his botanical and architectural drawings.

Event dates

Event Details

Davey Street and Dunn Place, Hobart, Tasmania

Bond Store, Level 1 from the 20 May to the 19 November 2017.


10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.

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