This 18 hole heritage golf event is jointly coordinated by the Kiama Golf Club and the Australian Golf Heritage Society.
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Come and hear about the convicts who worked on the Jenkins Estate in Berkeley from 1817 to 1841.
Wingecarribee Shire Council is calling on nominations for its 2018 Heritage Awards. The Awards celebrate the efforts and outcomes of local heritage projects and the people responsible for protecting our heritage-rich area. Ten award categories offered and entries close 15 April 2018.
Everyone is invited to bring in a treasured family object and share with others its history and significance. The library will be bringing out objects and documents from the archive to show too.
This Autumn be inspired by some of the most exciting talent in the world of sculpture set against the breathtaking backdrop of a former vice regal retreat at Sutton Forest in the NSW Southern Highlands. Hillview Sculpture Biennial is open every day from Saturday 28 April to Sunday, 27 May, 2018 from 9-5pm.
Join us on this 75 minute walking tour taking you past the recreational facilities created by German inmates of Berrima Gaol, allowed out during the day, along the banks of the Wingecarribee River.
As part of the National Trust Heritage Festival, Harper’s Mansion and Retford Park will open their doors to host a progressive dinner, which has been planned to the finest detail.
Boat People of Bulli Mountain - Convicts, their children, impoverished Immigrants like an Irish "Duchess" Girl on the Duchess of Northumberland pre the 1840's Famine Years. Later those in Sherbrooke were evicted for Cataract Dam - just as their forbears had appropriated the land from the Dharawal