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You are invited to hear the story of two ANZACs who fought at Gallipoli, told in their own words through letters and postcards sent home to their family.
Enjoy a guided tour of the Guildford Heritage Precinct including the newly restored Old Guildford Gaol! See a fresh take on the interpretation of the history of Guildford and the Swan Valley through the theme of law and order in the Swan River Colony.
Whiteman Park is releasing its fourth set of quality Transport Heritage Collector Cards featuring an item from each of the six transport heritage collections.
Make use of a rare chance to see the Society's impressive fleet of restored buses and tour the workshops where they make it happen.
Visit the beautiful Perth hills this May for the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers' Centre 2017 Open Day. This free event offers you the chance to learn about the Centre's activities and services as well as the literary and ANZAC history of this landmark character property.
Come behind the scenes of Whiteman Park's heritage railway and bus society this April! As part of the Australian Heritage Festival, Bennett Brook Railway and the WA Bus Preservation Society will open the doors of their restricted workshops so you can see the collection and current projects.
There simply isn’t enough room within the Revolutions Transport Museum to display all of our treasures!
Do you have family stories that have been handed down through the generations? Come and listen to some amazing tales from members of the Western Australian Genealogical Society. Then hear how you can start writing your own family stories.
The Belmont Museum presents a celebration of motherhood over many generations. Through oral histories, photos, stories and artefacts, discover the highs and lows of parenting through the ages. How did women discover and express their own voice as mothers during times of social change and upheaval?
Bring the family and come and join in the fun. Take a tour. Play a game. Stitch a sampler. Come to an open day giving voices to children – those who lived in the house and those who visit today.
Attend an ANZAC ceremony at the home of one of the first European families to settle in the Swan River Colony. A grandson of the original colonists died on the Western Front. As the sun goes down the community will remember him and all ANZACs who have served in conflicts and peace keeping operations.
Explore the cemeteries and Gothic chapel at this heritage site and delve into the Perth of yesterday.
Come and hear a few of the thousands of stories behind the headstones at East Perth Cemeteries.
A handful of bright red cast iron letterboxes can still be found in Perth bearing the name J & E Ledger. A descendant has researched the family that established the foundry and tracked down remaining pillar boxes. But why is the talk in East Perth Cemeteries? Come and find out the connection.