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Voices from the Secret River: Symposium

Spencer, nsw

Rock, Stone and Sky: Symposium on rock art, archaeology, and indigenous astronomy. Local experts, researchers and astrophysicist present findings from rock art mapping, archaeological fieldwork in the Mangrove Creek Valley, and tracing the pathways of the celestial emu.

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Stories from the Secret River: River Cruise and Symposium

Spencer, nsw

Journey into the waterways of Dyarubbin with historians, writers and storytellers for a morning river cruise exploring the secret histories of the Lower Hawkesbury. Our exploration continues with an afternoon symposium investigating rock engravings, sky connections and the archaeology of Mangrove.

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Voices from the Secret River: River Cruise

SPENCER, nsw

Journey into the waterways of Dyarubbin with historians, writers and storytellers for a morning river cruise exploring the secret histories of the Lower Hawkesbury River.

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The Mysteries of Mullet island

Dangar Island, nsw

A beautiful walking tour to unravel the mysteries of Dangar Island. Join us for a heritage ferry ride, beaches, bush and the rich and diverse indigenous and colonial histories of 'Mullet Island' from a local expert. Enjoy coffee and waterside lunch .

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Indigenous Heritage Presentation & Guided Bush Tucker Walk

Saint Ives, nsw

Join us for an Indigenous Heritage presentation and guided walk through the Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden presented by the Aboriginal Heritage Office. Learn about how Aboriginal people lived, Aboriginal figures of the area, bush tucker, tools, weapons and shelter.

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Curator-led Tour of Rose Seidler House & Julian Rose House

Wahroonga, nsw

Enjoy a tour of Rose Seidler House with Museums of History NSW curator Michael Lech, plus a rare peek at the Julian Rose House with Brian Seidler AM.

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Remembering Max Dupain

St Ives, nsw

In an exclusive event at a private Sydney home, architectural photographer Eric Sierins recalls his time at Max Dupain & Associates, as well as Dupain's connection to Castlecrag. Included is a display of Dupain photographs of selected Griffin homes at Castlecrag.

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Sheldon Forest Walk with Dr John Martyn

Turramurra, nsw

Join a guided walking tour and be inspired by the geological wonders of Turramurra's Sheldon Forest.

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Ku-ring-gai Heritage Festival

, nsw

Ku-ring-gai Council presents a program of free and ticketed events for the Australian Heritage Festival which explores the rich history of Ku-ring-gai and celebrates our Indigenous, natural, built and cultural heritage.

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The Cavalcade of Fashion Presents Bustle to Bias Brides 1880 – 1940

Gordon, nsw

This presentation is a fascinating journey through 60 years of bridal fashions and more.

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Ku-ring-gai Historical Photo Exhibition

Gordon, nsw

Curious about local history? Ku-ring-gai Library will be presenting a digital display featuring historical photographs from the library’s Local History Collection.

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Open Day at Ku-ring-gai Historical Society

Gordon, nsw

Ku-ring-gai Historical Society holds a vast amount of information on the history of Ku-ring-gai, its buildings, residents and much more.

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Discover the History of Your House

Gordon, nsw

Discover the history of your house at Ku-ring-gai Library by booking in for a one-on-one tutorial with our Local History Librarian.

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Heritage Talk on Yarramundi/Maria Locke by Karen Smith

Gordon, nsw

Maria Locke is a significant figure in Australian history, yet not as well-known as she deserves to be. The daughter of Yarramundi, chief of the Richmond tribes, Maria went on to have notable achievements in education, the first legally recognised marriage between an Aboriginal person and a settler,

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Mothers’ Day Teas at Eryldene

Gordon, nsw

Eryldene will be hosting its popular Mothers' Day Teas on the weekend of 11-12th May 2024. Treat Mum, Nana or that special loved one to morning or afternoon tea while relaxing in the beautifully serene garden of historic Eryldene.

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Eryldene Open Friday – Garden Tour

Gordon, nsw

Take a garden tour with one of our volunteers followed by a delicious morning tea on the verandah while soaking in the serenity of this beautiful, historic garden.

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Mothers Day Tea Weekend at Eryldene

Gordon, nsw

Join us for the Mothers Day weekend at Eryldene.

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Bicentennial Park/West Pymble GeoRegion Walk led by Dr John Martyn

West Pymble, nsw

Join a guided walking tour and be inspired by the geological wonders of Ku-ring-gai's Bicentennial Park.

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Swain Gardens Guided Walk

Killara, nsw

Join Joy Bryan, daughter of Mr Arthur Newling Swain and Council’s resident gardener Adam for a guided walk and talk through Swain Gardens, followed by a morning tea on the tennis lawn.

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Tours of Historic ‘Woodlands’ – The Birthplace of ‘Seven Little Australians’

Killara, nsw

The Friends of Ethel Turner Society will be hosting tours of Historic 'Woodlands' for one day only on Sunday 5th May 2024. We'll be sharing the built heritage and stories of past resident and blue plaque recipient, famous Ethel Turner, author of the classic, Seven Little Australians.

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Tours of Historic ‘Woodlands’ in Killara

Killara, nsw

As a part of the Ku-ring-gai Heritage Festival, The Friends of Ethel Turner will be hosting tours of historic 'Woodlands' Killara.

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