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Vintage Bus Run

Sutherland, nsw

Special Vintage Bus in the Sutherland area linking Sydney Tramway Museum, Loftus to many other Heritage Events.

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The Curiosity of Sydney’s Trams of Yesteryear

Sutherland, nsw

The opportunity to appreciate an earlier era of Sydney's public transport, when trams were the major people movers.

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Sutherland Shire Citizens’ Heritage Festival

Sutherland, nsw

The Sutherland Shire Citizens' Heritage Festival Committee is a group of Shire Committees that work as team to co-ordinate a variety of interesting and varied activities for you to enjoy during the National Trust Heritage Festival

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Brinsleys Joinery Shop

Sutherland, nsw

Brinsley's Joinery Shop as it stands today was established in 1929 after fire destroyed the original building and is still used to produce timber joinery & furniture. It is one of the few intact examples of inter-war industrial buildings in the Sutherland Shire & is well worth a visit.

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Curb Your Curiosity As To Where Your Family Came From

Gymea, nsw

There will be a range of specialty groups besides our own Society with experts to assist with your World Wide research

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Parc Menai 2022

Menai, nsw

Enjoy a pleasant afternoon of Celtic Heritage and displays of Celtic music, song and dance at Parc Menai Celtic Festival.

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Guided Shack Walking Tour

Lilyvale, nsw

Join us for a guided walking tour of the Era shack community in the Royal National Park and see how the shacks at this remote location were built and maintained by the owners. Hear the stories of how the shacks survived to be listed on the State Heritage Register in 2012.

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Musical celebrations for the Sesquicentenary of St. Paul’s, Burwood

Burwood, nsw

Join us for an unmissable series of fine music events being performed in the beauty of Blacket's finest Church.

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Rookwood Cemetery Tour with Morning Tea

Rookwood, nsw

Guided tour of Rookwood Cemetery, including its most historic and captivating areas.

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Exploring the Italianate Style and its Origins.

Summer Hill, nsw

The Italianate style was a very popular housing style in Ashfield and throughout much of the inner west of Sydney during the 1880s through to 1900. Why was this style so popular? What is Italian about the Italianate? How did the style originate and how did it arrive in the Sydney suburbs?

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Haberfield Curios – why the name Haberfield?

Haberfield, nsw

A self-guided walking tour along Ramsay Street in Haberfield to learn about the origin of the name Haberfield.

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Free Exhibition & Public Programs. Notables and New Discoveries, Liverpool Pioneers’ Memorial Park 1821-2021 (The ‘old’ Cemetery 1821-1958)

Liverpool, nsw

Free exhibition and Public programs. Liverpool Pioneers’ Memorial Park is the resting place of more than 13,000 people; here lie buried the early pioneers of Liverpool. Notables and New Discoveries re-assesses the park’s inhabitants and hierarchy, learn about them through the exhibition and talks.

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Official Opening of the Ron Horan Museum

Petersham, nsw

As one of the oldest schools in Australia, students and staff from Fort Street have made significant contributions to the national and world stage. The Ron Horan Museum makes accessible the notable archival exhibitions celebrating the achievements of Fortians from the past and present.

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Museum of the Curiosity

Concord, nsw

Museum of Curiosities
Amongst our regular displays will be hidden a number of items from our collection, depicting a time long ago. Some you might recognise - some may baffle you - and all will rouse your curiosity, but you will leave with a better knowledge of life in the "good old days"!

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In the days of the Abattoir

Sydney Olympic Park, nsw

Visit the Abattoir Heritage Precinct for a special twilight viewing! Finish your tour at the mesmerizing photo display projected on the Pullman Hotel to celebrate Australian Heritage Festival.

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Hunter Baillie Memorial Presbyterian Church Heritage Day

Annandale, nsw

Devonshire Teas $5 , Free Organ Recitals, Free Church History Talks, Church History / Memorabilia Display, 2pm Guided Walk $20

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Behind the Scenes: The Brickpit and the Bellfrogs

Sydney Olympic Park, nsw

Once the site of the former State Brickworks at Homebush Bay, this powerful and dramatic landscape now has a quieter pace. Join the Behind the Scenes tour and be engaged in the layered history of the site from its industrial past to its current role as a biodiversity haven!

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Family History Beginners Workshop

Little Bay, nsw

Family History Beginners Workshop. Are you curious about your ancestors? Have you always wanted to trace your family tree? A free Beginners' Workshop for people starting out on their journey into their family history. Begin your family tree with experienced volunteers to get you started.

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Curious About the History and Future of Callan Park?

Rozelle, nsw

Join a walking tour to explore heritage-listed Callan Park.

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Discovering Linnwood

Guildford, nsw

Come along and 'Discover Linnwood' - Western Sydney's hidden gem. Built in 1891 by George McCredie - 'Victor of the Plague'. See and hear the history of the house, plus a display of WWII domestic memorabilia entitled 'We'll Meet Again', then relax and enjoy a Devonshire Tea.

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Glebe Radical Walking Tour

Camperdown, nsw

Find out about the 1974 purchase by the Whitlam Government of church estates to conserve this historic suburb and keep it for low-income earners. See how today almost fifty years of good urban and social policy is threatened by sale and demolition. Tour is 2.5 hours.

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