The impact of the First World War on Australia was far reaching and long lasting.
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Come and hear the Choir of High Hopes perform in the beautiful music room at Runnymede.
Entally House is a historic homestead with various outbuildings, including Australia's oldest conservatory, chapel, Stables & carriage house. The property encompasses grand, park like surroundings with magnificent gardens and a vineyard.
Step into the past and explore the vibrant mining and social history of the picturesque township of Derby in Tasmania’s North East.
The Don River Railway is the North West Coast's Premier Tourist Attraction and one of Australia's finest heritage passenger carrying railways.
A specialised collection relating to exploration in the South Pacific.
The Shot Tower is a unique historic site. It is the only remaining circular sandstone shot tower in the world.
Maria Island is a special place with something for everyone - historic ruins, sweeping bays, rugged cliffs and mountains, and remarkable wildlife. Set just off the warm East Coast, the island is easily accessed by ferry.
From Mines and Memories to Trains and Treasures, the West Coast Heritage Centre offers a unique insight to the history of the West Coast of Tasmania.
Come and see a German diary, written by 4th Officer, Fritz Stegherr, who was a prisoner on the Island.
The Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary, of which Day Dawn is part, is the oldest private conservation area in the State and is open daily except for days of total fire ban.