Dr Sarah De Nardi presents an interactive digital heritage mapping workshop to explore ideas around heritage.
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Join Andrew Nimmo from lahznimmo architects for a presentation and discussion on modern approaches to the adaptive reuse of heritage buildings and the process of reimaging the recently updated Haberfield Library and Community Rooms situated in the Model Garden Suburb.
Join us for a panel discussion on local heritage management and heritage policy management using the principles of the Burra Charter
As part of the 2021 Heritage Festival, local Photographer Emmanuel Angelicas in conversation with Alan Davis (former curator of SLNSW) will talk about the iconic photographs of the Greek community in Marrickville, a series of stunning monochromatic images that document life with a Hellenic influence.
National Trust Heritage Day 12 – 4pm Sunday 18th April 2021
Free 30-minute Organ Recitals 1pm 2pm 3pm, Church History Talks 1:30pm 2:30pm 3:30pm, Display of Church History / Memorabilia in the Church Hall, PWA Devonshire Teas in the Church Hall at a small cost
Local History Walks: 12:30 & 2:30
Explore Sydney Harbour as never before, with entertaining guides aboard one of Sydney Heritage Fleet’s restored heritage vessels.
Choose Steam Tug Waratah (1902) and her Harbour ‘secrets’ cruise, or former naval motor launch Harman (1943) offering four cruises of exploration around Sydney Harbour.
Learn where the first Japanese midget submarines got caught in the boom, how the second attacked and failed to sink the USS Chicago, and where the third sank.
Discover how unprepared Sydney was and hear about the heroic Japanese submariners.
The Fenwick Balmain invites you to experience waterfront dining, sparkling wine and a historical walking tour to discover the hidden treasures of the Balmain foreshore. The restaurant occupies a heritage building rich in history, with endless stories to be told of the beautiful surroundings.
Tree of Life is an exhibition by indigenous and non-indigenous Australian artists who are concerned for the future of the environment and natural world, and understand the deep spiritual and physical associations that connect all forms of life.
The role of Greek women in Australian society has not been fully explored as they were often underated by their dominant male society.
Discover the rich history of the former Sydney General Post Office building with The Fullerton Hotel Sydney's Heritage Tours. The resident heritage tour guides will take you on a journey through time to discover the stories, tales and legends of the city’s iconic Grand Dame.
Attendees to this special event will see an ancient continuing Dreamtime cultural heritage hidden deep amidst a modern urban built environment.
Visit historic Willandra House, see the history of the Ryde District on display and help to preserve your history in the District by bringing your family, school, house or event photos along.
Did you know that 75% of Australia's endangered species are plants? Plants form the backbone to all life on earth, but many of Australia's flora species are under threat. By co-opting photographs of Australian threatened flora and fauna, this exhibition highlights Australia's biodiversity crisis.