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Home Hill eBook

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Each of the chapters explores an aspect of the history of the family and their experience living in this home, and places these stories within the context of the broader changes in Australian society over the last 100 years. Visitors to the home can use this eBook to enhance and
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Home Hill School Tours

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Our tailored guided tour shares the incredible stories of Home Hill with students. Home Hill, the family home of Joseph Lyons, Dame Enid Lyons and their 12 children, is Devonport’s only ‘house museum’. It presents a learning environment for all ages and has direct links to the National History Curriculum. Joseph
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Franklin House

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A school excursion at Franklin House on the outskirts of Launceston is something special for all school age children!
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Clarendon

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Clarendon is the most magic place for school age children to learn and share in the stories of James Cox and his household. The collections all help to convey the unique story of this magnificent property.
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Runnymede School Tours

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This one hour guided tour helps students learn about the social and cultural traditions of the 19th century, the role of servants, and the workings of a self-sufficient estate. A teacher’s pre-visit kit is also available. Cost: $5 per student (teachers free of charge) Group Size: Maximum 30 students Bookings:
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School Tours at The Tench

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Exclusive one hour guided tours are available for students from Grade 3 – 12. The tours include the courtrooms, tunnels, chapel, cells (and optional gallows) and cover 175 years of Tasmanian penal history. Cost: $5 for students and parent helpers. Teachers free of charge. Group numbers: Minimum of 10 students,
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