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National Motoring Heritage Day

Berry, nsw

Our motoring heritage has played an extensive role in opening up our Continent to settlement. Visitors can view classic motor vehicles from every available era.

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Pioneer Village Museum’s Pioneer Days in Kangaroo Valley

Kangaroo Valley, nsw

The Pioneer Village Museum comes alive with Cochrane's bullock team, demonstrations of pioneer techniques and skills, music, games for the kids, bbq sizzle. Get close up and get involved. Don your Pioneer Clothes- be a part of 1800's history come alive!

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Intimate Journals Exhibition

Illaroo, nsw

The photographic series Intimate Journals and limited edition book Artist’s Library evolved from artist Anne Ferran's time spent exploring the special character of the Boyd's library at Bundanon Homestead.

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National Motoring Heritage Day

Kembla Grange, nsw

Our motoring heritage has played an extensive role in opening up our Continent to settlement. Visitors can view classic motor vehicles from every available era.

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Heritage Walking Tours

Unanderra, nsw

Take a trip back in time and learn more about the families that helped shape the Illawarra. In Unanderra's quaint but wonderfully kept historic Berkeley Pioneer Cemetery, the Restoration Group is holding talks on Sunday 21st April 2017, between 1pm to 3pm.

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Heritage of the Wingecarribee Shire Captured in Art

Moss Vale, nsw

An exhibition of paintings and photographs from the Society’s archive collection illustrating the history and heritage of the local district. The images portray people, places and activities from earlier periods and capture everyday life as it once was in various town and rural localities.

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Scones and Don’s

Bowral, nsw

Immerse yourself in Australian social and cultural history. Enjoy a traditional morning or afternoon tea at the historic (1867) Burrawang General Store and Cafe followed by a private tour of Don Bradman's childhood home.

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Heritage Festival walks and Talks at Wollongong Botanic Garden

Madoline Street, nsw

Wollongong Botanic Garden Heritage Walks and Talks 2017
Saturday 22nd April: Step back in time with the Hoskins:
Saturday 29th April: Sir Joseph Banks tour of Wollongong Botanic Garden
Saturday 20th May, the Ghost of Courtney Puckey

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Twilight Book Talk – The Good, The Bad and the Downright Dodgy

Berrima, nsw

Historians Jan Worthington & Ann Beaumont will discuss the subjects of their latest biographies - soldier settler 'father' of the Hunter region, Edward Charles Close (1790–1866) and emancipist Laurence Hynes Halloran (1790–1866) murderer, forger, bigamist & Sydney Grammar School founding principal.

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Having a Voice : Berrima’s inception to 2017

Berrima, nsw

From Berrima's inception and before, there have been voices raised - some of which have been heard, others have faded over the centuries. What we can see, the same issues are always before us. We have attempted to show that although governance was centred in Sydney Berrima's local community, no matter what role each person held, had a right of appeal to have a voice in their own decisions.

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Stitched With Love: Convict Bonnets Dedicated to our Pioneering Ancestors.

Corner Market St & Bryan St, nsw

A display inspired by Dr. Christina Henri's "Roses From The Heat" project at the Cascade Female Factory, Hobart.
FFF Southern Highlands Chapter members and friends created bonnets, stitched with love, to honour Convict Women with descendants in the Southern Highlands of NSW.

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Disasters on the Illawarra Mountain

Bulli, nsw

Disasters on the Illawarra Mountain have long haunted our area - from the terrible tragedy that claimed 81 men and boys in the Bulli Mine Disaster explosion in 1887 - to the bushfires of 1968, 1994, 1997 and 2001 - 2002. Discover this haunting journey of the Illawarra.

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It Came Like a Wave – Stories of Illawarra Floods

Bulli, nsw

A hundred year flood - what does it mean - how often do they occur? Communities often define their history in terms of catastrophic events - like the floods of the 1950''s or Wollongong's 1998 great flood. How do communities cope? What memories do you have and perhaps like to share?

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Married to a Mermaid at the Bottom of the Deep Blue Sea

Bulli, nsw

Discovering stories of the Illawarra's Shipwreck Coast - since 1817 about 120 ships have been lost or foundered on our Shipwreck Coast - view photos and images

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