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Get inspired by the past to reduce waste for the future. Learn about how households of Wanneroo managed their waste in the past, and then join renowned waste educator Peg Davies for a composting workshop.
Explore the flavours of the bush with native food specialist, Dale Tilbrook. Enjoy a fascinating talk by Dale, and sample fruits, nuts and products made from bush foods.
The Wanneroo Community History Centre holds over 7,000 different items, including images, books, documents, manuscripts, and audio. While many are available to the public as part of the reference collection, over a third of them are locked away and rarely seen...until now.
Open Sundays to the public for the first time, enjoy an exploration of one of Wanneroo's early homes as well as the remarkable Wanneroo schoolhouse which was built in 1899.
Experience a school class of yesteryear at the Old Wanneroo Schoolhouse! A show for all ages.
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.
Western Australia is home to 26 designated lime kiln sites, 17 of which are located in the City of Wanneroo. Join the City’s Conservation and Heritage Teams and explore some of the City's natural assets and heritage places around remarkable lime kiln sites on this walking tour.
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.
Join us for a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes of the museum collection.
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
Enjoy a rare opportunity to see the Bus Preservation Society of WA’s impressive fleet of restored buses and tour the workshop where they make it happen. You’ll get to inspect the impressive collection of heritage buses, including some currently under repair or restoration.
Jump aboard a vintage bus for a guided tour of Whiteman Park! Taking you on a guided trip from the Village to Mussel Pool and back again, the Whiteman Explorer showcases the Park aboard one of the Bus Preservation Society of WA’s beautifully restored historic buses.
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.
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.
ADFAS arts lecture by Darren Jorgenson.
How Aboriginal carving was part of forging a cultural identity.