The Trust Talks – Beauty or the Beast?

qld 18 Oct 2018
Join us for an evening of inspiring talks by international experts on modernist heritage as we examine the value of this much-maligned aspect of our heritage.
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Puddin’ Day – The Magic Pudding Turns 100!

nsw 14 Oct 2018
A day of family fun to celebrate the 100th birthday of Norman Lindsay’s children’s classic, The Magic Pudding.
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Our Aviation Heritage: Vanquishing the ‘Threat from Above’ at HARS (Historical Aircraft Restoration Society)

nsw 20 Sep 2018
An exclusive tour of RAAF ‘attack aircraft’, led by a senior member of HARS.
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The Roads Less Travelled – Beyond the Great Divide

nsw 21 Oct 2018
This coach tour explores the ridge of the Great Divide, Evans Crossing Point, Cox, Lockyer and Mitchell’s roads.
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In the Footsteps of Marie Byles

nsw 15 Sep 2018 - 16 Sep 2018
Experience the urban bush conservation legacy of the legendary Marie Byles and encounter her remarkable property and story at her former home Ahimsa in Cheltenham over a weekend of diverse activities. The two days provide a rare opportunity to visit the property and learn more about its background. The National
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Nerriga – Sassafras: On the Old Wool Road

nsw 15 Sep 2018
A repeat of this highly popular two-hour journey through the history of the south coast hinterland, led by historian Robert Sneddon.
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Cumberland Experience: Exploring St Marys

nsw 20 Sep 2018
A bus tour – starting from Hambledon Cottage.
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Women of Silver

nsw 16 Sep 2018
Antique Silver historian Anne Harbers will talk about the skills and intricate work of women silversmiths.
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Riversdale’s Victorian Christmas

nsw 4 Nov 2018 - 20 Dec 2018
Enjoy 1830s Riversdale, decked out as it would have been in the late nineteenth century with displays of memorabilia of early inhabitants of the home and region.
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Cavalcade of History and Fashion: 1920s Cloaks and Coats

nsw 10 Nov 2018
A parade of elegant and glamorous cloaks and coats.
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Riversdale’s Rare Plants and Growers Garden Fair 2018

nsw 4 Nov 2018
Spend the day in Riversdale's beautifully restored Colonial gardens.
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Everglades Through Different Eyes

nsw 20 Oct 2018
A refreshing and delicious two-course buffet will be served int he Art Deco tearooms of Everglades House.   Cost $45 members $50 non-members. BYO wine. Bookings essential: Anita – (02) 4784 1974 or Sandy – 0410 312 827 or friendsofeverglades@gmail.com
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Festival of Children’s Literature

nsw 15 Sep 2018 - 16 Sep 2018
The much loved and revitalised Festival of Children’s Literature returns to the Norman Lindsay Gallery in Faulconbridge this September 15 and 16. A highlight of the Blue Mountains calendar, the Festival promises to be better than ever and will be a great family-friendly weekend out. Join us to enjoy talks
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In the Footsteps of our Early Agricultural Students

nsw 6 Feb 2019
Join us as we visit this historic site to explore some of the buildings and areas where these early pioneering agriculturalist lived, worked an played. The campus archives office will share with us some of their unique artefacts and records. Please note that we are restricted to a set number
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A Morning at Kurrajong Heights in Late Spring

nsw 4 Nov 2018
A short walking and driving tour in the foothills of the Blue Mountains.
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Cliff Grange – new opportunities

wa
2018 marks the 150th anniversary of the purchase of ‘Greenough Steam Mill’ by Thomas Clinch. Later known as Clinch’s Mill, the purchase included the Mill Manager’s residence Cliff Grange. Clinch was a pioneer in the milling process whose celebrated advancements not only improved milling processes in Western Australia but the
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24th August 2018 – Norm Cramp speaking at Burnett House

nt 13 Aug 2018
Our speaker this month is Norm Cramp, the director of the Darwin Military Museum. He has been here since 1974, and has authored many books on Territory history. He will be talking about “James McDonald: A Territorian of the Great War”.  James McDonald DSO, MM, survived the Great War, served
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Audit House opening hours

nt
Audit House will have reduced opening hours between 17 August to 31 August.   During this period, Audit House will only be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 9 and 2pm.   The emails and telephone messages will be checked regularly, and all our executive members are available as they
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2018 Election of Directors – Call for Nominations & Timetable

qld
2018 Election of Directors – Call for Nominations & Timetable
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Gulf Station Open Day with the Victorian Working Draught Horse Association

vic 13 Oct 2018
Come along to Gulf Station to experience Australia’s oldest pioneer farm building precinct. Take a tour of the homestead and gardens and enjoy watching the working horses in action and the sheep shearing. Grab a bite to eat before you view paintings in the homestead by talented local artist Cathie Berry.
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Cooma Cottage: Schools Reconciliation Challenge Statewide Tour

nsw 7 Sep 2018
View winning artworks from students taking part in the NSW Schools Reconciliation Exhibition.
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