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REIWA Centenary Exhibition

Perth, wa

In celebration of the centenary of the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA) in 2018, this exhibition explores REIWA's story and the role it has played shaping Western Australia's property market.

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The Little Book of Nearly Lost Memories

Perth, wa

‘….because every picture tells a story…’ be inspired by the wealth of stories drawn from your own family collections. Bring photographs, pictures or small items that that tell stories of home and what it means to you. Sit with your child or grandchild to create a Little Book of Nearly Lost Memories.

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The Prosecution Project: digitising Australia’s crime and punishment records

Perth, wa

Griffith University's Prosecution Project is creating a database about the history of the criminal trial in Australia. Hear and learn about this ground breaking project which includes digitisation of WA Supreme Court records held by the State Records Office.

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The Corsini Collection – A Morning with the Masterpieces

Perth, wa

Visit A Window on Italy - The Corsini Collection: Masterpieces from Florence by taking a guided tour on the history of Italian art, followed by morning tea inspired by the recipe book featured in the exhibition.

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Connection to Country

Perth, wa

Join us for the WA launch of the Australian Heritage Festival! You’re invited to a screening of Connection to Country followed by a panel discussion and refreshments.

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Perth Cultural and Heritage Walking Tour

Perth, wa

A fun and informative guided tour through Perth's streets and laneways exploring the city's exciting culture and heritage.

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My Culture My Story; Aboriginal Women Leaders in Law

Perth, wa

Join us at the Old Court House Law Museum as we host a panel discussion led by Deanne Fitzgerald. Panel guests include Kelsi Forrest, Ashleigh Lindsay and Kate George. They will each discuss their paths into law and the impact it has in society.

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Perth Perceptions: 1940s and 50s

Perth, wa

Perth in the 1940s and 50s experienced impact, change and progress. Perth Perceptions: 40s and 50s is a melding of new art acquisitions, photos and oral history audio from the City’s Cultural Collections that provide a unique glimpse into this time period.

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Hidden Perth

Perth, wa

This event launches the Hidden Perth series giving a unique opportunity for the public to delve behind the usually closed doors of some of Perth's special heritage places and spaces.

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History Tour in Pictures

Perth, wa

Join a tour of our 1871 Convent of Mercy and hear stories of life through the changing years over a comfortable cup of tea and sponge cake with our informed volunteers. Take the opportunity to enjoy the new photographic exhibition of life through the decades in the convent.

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Tours of the Old Observatory

West Perth, wa

The Old Observatory in West Perth is opening its doors for guided tours especially for the 2018 Australian Heritage Festival.

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Digging Deeper

East Perth, wa

Between 1850 and 1868 an estimated 10,000 convicts arrived in Western Australia. Hear some of their stories and follow a self guided tour of their graves in Perth's earliest burial ground.

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Free Entry Sundays at East Perth Cemeteries

East Perth, wa

Explore the cemeteries and gothic chapel at this heritage site and delve into the Perth of yesterday. Wander through the cemeteries and rediscover stories of both tragedy and love. Over 10,000 people were buried here from 1830.

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Thistledown Seed: the intersection of three perspectives

Leederville, wa

Louise Helfgott discusses how she created narratives from three viewpoints over three time periods to reconstruct her family’s history in Thistledown Seed; present day Poland, a child growing up in Perth in the 1960s and a fictional narrative from her aunts who died in the Holocaust in 1942.

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South Perth’s Old Mill – Fact and Fiction

South Perth, wa

The Old Mill has been through extraordinary changes in the last 183 years. Architectural historian Prof John Stephens and historical novelist Prof Ian Reid will give an illustrated and integrated presentation on the many-faceted cultural history of this landmark community building.

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South Perth at War

South Perth, wa

"South Perth at War" presents the experience of Perth's first suburb during the First World War. Photographs, artefacts and audio-visual installations tell the stories of the men and women who served, and the daily struggles and sacrifices of the home-front in Perth's first suburb.

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Scenes Of Perth Rarely Seen

Mount Lawley, wa

Hundred's of vintage postcards will be on display, showing views taken of Perth and its environs. This is a chance to get a view into the changing face of Perth and surrounding areas via picture postcards.

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ANZAC Day at ANZAC Cottage

Mount Hawthorn, wa

This event involves a free wreath making workshop for children so that they can participate in the ANZAC Day ceremony held at sundown. ANZAC Cottage will be open for visitors, there will be talks detailing the Cottage's rich history during the day and the "Field of Remembrance" will be on display.

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The Soldier’s Queen at ANZAC Cottage

Mount Hawthorn, wa

ANZAC Cottage will be open from 1pm to 4pm for visitors to view the displays and learn more about the Cottage's rich history. This will be supplemented by talks about the "Soldier's Queen", Mrs Charlie Roberts, a lady who played a leading role in the ANZAC Cottage story.

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Free Entry Weekends at Peninsula Farm

Maylands, wa

Peninsula Farm was one of the first farms in the Swan River Colony and the earliest metro residence still standing. Today Peninsula Farm offers a tranquil experience where you can enjoy a meal on the banks of the Swan River under the oak trees.

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ANZAC Sunset Service

Maylands, wa

Attend an ANZAC ceremony at the home of one of the first European families to settle in the Swan River Colony.

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