An informative, thought-provoking evening of videos & stories exploring experiences, participation and contributions to Australia by 10 immigrant/refugee women from 8 heritages.
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Discover the rich heritage of the site of the Female Orphan School, located on the traditional lands of the Burramattagal People of the Darug Nation, in this talk by Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver AM, Pro Vice-Chancellor Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Leadership, Western Sydney University.
The Queensland Maritime Museum is hosting a talk on the Battle of Midway in WW2, the decisive confrontation between the US Navy, her Allies and Japan in 1942. Mike Sobyra, retired US Naval officer, QMM volunteer and Board member will present the talk on the Battle, a topic that has fired his passion
The Past Around Us: How Victoria Saved its Heritage - Ever wondered how ‘heritage’ came about in Victoria? Come to the Greater Shepparton City Council Bruce Wilson Memorial Heritage Lecture to find out.
Visit the last timber and iron Chinese temple in Australia, the Hou Wang Temple on the Atherton Tablelands.
An exhibition featuring works by contemporary textile artists providing a voice for the 193 girls who attended the Newcastle Industrial School and Reformatory School from its establishment in 1867
QVMAG collects and displays fine art and decorative arts principally from Australia, with particular reference to Tasmania.
Enjoy a fully guided tour of Australia's largest boutique single malt whisky distillery.
The Tasmanian Transport Museum was formed in 1962 and was officially opened to the public in December, 1983.
Take a tour through the Apple Museum and learn about the rise, fall and recovery of the once infamous 'Apple Isle' of Tasmania and the Huon Valley, which was at its heart. The self-guided tour takes around 20 minutes to complete and costs a gold coin donation.