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The Great Ride

Subiaco, wa

Trooper Ned Moriarty from Bunbury wrote to his sister Alice in 1918 giving an account of the 10th Light Horse Regiment leading the 3rd Light horse Brigade into Damascus to accept the formal surrender of the city. Personal family story scripted by noted folk singer and composer Carmel Charlton

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Old Observatory Guided Tours

West Perth, wa

Join us at the Old Observatory for a guided tour as part of the Australian Heritage Festival and Heritage Perth Weekend.

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Story of the War Widows’ Guild

Leederville, wa

Story of the War Widows' Guild in WA

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Who’s been sleeping in your house?

Leederville, wa

Workshop: Who's been sleeping in your house?
Be inspired by the history of ANZAC Cottage to research prior residents, including veterans, who have lived in your home.

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Lord Baden Powell and the Siege of Mafeking at ANZAC Cottage

Mount Hawthorn, wa

Have you ever heard of the siege of Mafeking? Do you know what it was all about and who was involved. This event " Lord Baden Powell and the Siege of Mafeking at ANZAC Cottage" will answer all of these questions and more.

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Gallop House Prelude Composer-in-Residence Inaugural Address

Crawley, wa

MUSIC AND CULTURAL INCLUSION: Am I an Australian Composer?
The UWA Conservatorium of Music Callaway Seminar Series presents The Gallop House Prelude Composer-in-Residence inaugural address.
Speaker: 2021 Gallop House Composer in Residence Dr Yitzhak Yedid

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Cross-Cultural Histories: Decorated Boomerangs, Shields and Chairs

Northbridge, wa

ADFAS arts lecture by Darren Jorgenson.
How Aboriginal carving was part of forging a cultural identity.

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Snap Shot: WA Music Photography from the Archives

Perth, wa

A digital display showcasing local music photography spanning a century.

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Creating Perth Exhibition

Perth, wa

An exhibition showcasing the many layers of Perth City and how our landscape has been shaped by change over time.

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‘The City Beautiful’ William Bold and the Development of Perth 1901-1944

Perth, wa

In this public talk, hear from State Library senior subject specialist John Hughes about the life and times of William Ernest Bold - City of Perth Town Clerk.

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Ten Pound Pom – the illustrated picture book by Carole Wilkinson and Liz Anelli

Perth, wa

An exhibition of original illustrations from the picture book Ten Pound Pom written by Carole Wilkinson with illustrations by Liz Anelli. The exhibition showcases the development of the illustrations for this picture book from pencil sketch to digital collage and layering techniques.

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Why Should We Sing to Sharks?

Perth, wa

Join Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann and Dr Yitzhak Yedid for a Dialogue on Music, where together they will explore language revival and the integration of traditions.

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“The women should have a voice”: Edith Cowan’s legacy of social justice in Western Australia

Perth, wa

'“The women should have a voice”' exhibition explores the social justice legacy of Western Australian parliamentarian and social justice advocate, Edith Cowan.

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Coolbaroo Dance

Perth, wa

Join us for the Coolbaroo Dance, the community celebration for Heritage Perth Weekend and the National Trust Heritage Festival.

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120 Years of WA Fire Service History – Book Launch & Signing

Perth, wa

'120 Years of WA Fire Service History' is a new book, which tells the story of the Perth Central Fire Station that housed hundreds of Perth firemen and administrative staff from 1901 to the present.

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Perth’s First Fire Station – DFES Education and Heritage Centre

Perth, wa

Be inspired by the history of WA's first purpose-built Fire Station. This unique building has housed hundreds of Perth firemen and general administration staff from January 1901 until June 1979 and beyond.

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Unknown Territory – Royal Perth Hospital and a History of Epidemics

Perth, wa

Discover the history of epidemics in WA and Royal Perth Hospital’s role in managing the spread of disease - from the Spanish Flu in 1918, to the terrifying Polio epidemic, to COVID-19.

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WA Police Historical Society Challenge

Highgate, wa

Are you good at finding evidence?
WA Police Historical Society Museum "Challenge" is a positive activity to employ investigation skills to solve a problem and find the answers to the questions as the visitor explores the memorabilia and exhibits from the history of Policing in Western Australia.

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Heritage Conversations – St Bartholomew’s Church

East Perth, wa

Join us for our April Heritage Conversation where conservation architect Kyra Lomas will talk about the completed conservation works at St Bartholomew’s Church in East Perth Cemeteries.

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Site Seeing Sundays at East Perth Cemeteries

East Perth, wa

From tuberculosis, brought to the colony from the Old World, to typhoid, a fever that struck Perth at the same time as gold fever, the graves of East Perth Cemeteries are a record of the first 70 years of European migration to what is now Perth, Western Australia.

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Preserving Yesterdays Memories For The Future

Mount Lawley, wa

Showing over 1,000 Picture Postcards and Ephemera covering many aspects of Australia's Heritage over the last 120 years.
We believe that you will find visiting our FREE exhibition totally absorbing and worthwhile.

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