Visit Mandurah's newly restored Hall's Cottage (circa 1833) and view displays of Mandurah's agricultural history prior to 1950.
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Members and friends of the Murray Districts Historical Society can enjoy an illustrated talk about courtship, marriage and wedding dresses in the Swan River Colony. The talk, presented by Jo Pearson and featuring heritage items, will be followed by a light lunch.
Visit Edenvale Homestead in Pinjarra - only 40 minutes from Perth, and view the new room displays that will focus on the social and community history of Pinjarra from the period when Edenvale was a working farm. Enjoy a Devonshire tea and wander around the gardens.
Wander through the lovely gardens at the old homestead overlooking the Murray River.
Come and enjoy a talk by Property Warden Vince Taylor on the garden at Old Blythewood. Learn how the garden has developed over time and how it relates to other colonial gardens in the Murray District.
The Azelia Ley Museum hosts vintage vehicles and garden machinery in the Wagonhouse Museum grounds, with cars, trucks, tractors & machines from a bygone era on display. Heritage Quilts will be on display on the Homestead Museum veranda.
Fremantle Sailing Club is open to the public, a day for everyone to enjoy our harbour lifestyle and the Sea Farers historical connection with the waters off Fremantle. Watch divers use antique equipment, enjoy harbour boat rides, free kids activities, see our Functions Expo and much more.
Join us on a historic walking tour, starting at the WA Shipwrecks Museum and finishing at the WA Maritime Museum. It will take you on a journey down some of Fremantle’s oldest streets and to iconic landmarks, including the Round House, C Y O’Connor’s statue and Fremantle Harbour.
Western Australia’s first convict-built public building, the Commissariat, was extensively restored in 1979 to house the WA Museum’s Shipwreck Galleries collection. Join us on a guided tour of the historic Commissariat building to celebrate the 2018 Australian Heritage Festival.
School groups can go on a fun Adventure in Archaeology to explore the past through artefacts and bio-facts. Piece together clues through hands-on and brains-on archaeological and forensic investigation.
Willy - the youngest in a first generation.
As a child, William Frederick Samson (1855-1900) lived in what is now the Fanny Samson Cottage Museum in Cliff Street Fremantle.
Join us for morning tea and get to know something about our great-grandfather.
We are all Western Australian.
We each have stories about who we are, our connections to family, friends and Country, and how we came to live and work in Western Australia. Each face has a story to tell.
Come to WA Maritime Museum and have your portrait taken and be a part of our WA Faces album.
Fremantle Prison’s new exhibition Transportation examines the forced migration of convicts from Britain to Australia in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Join Fremantle Prison’s curatorial team for an exclusive behind the scenes look at the curatorial work spaces of Fremantle Prison’s museum collection.
Join one of Fremantle Prison’s experienced Guides and learn about the confronting history of Aboriginal incarceration in both Fremantle Prison and greater Western Australia. Uncover the legacy of Aboriginal incarceration at ‘Walyalup’, a story of sadness and survival.
View the recent redevelopment of Atwell Arcade and join a discussion on the issues relating to the redevelopment of heritage buildings in Fremantle including the changing demographics of the city and economic imperatives. Supper and viewing of iconic Cully's Tea Room will finish the evening.