Pirate Day at Polly Woodside (2019)

vic 5 Feb 2017 - 1 Dec 2019
 Next Pirate Day – Sunday 3 March Bring along your scallywags and buccaneers and join us at Polly Woodside for a day of adventures. There are a variety of activities throughout the day including treasure hunts, scrubbing the decks, pirate games and arts and craft. Join our Polly crew to discover what

Free Entry to “Heronswood” for National Trust Members

vic 1 Feb 2019 - 28 Feb 2019
Visit Heronswood 9am to 5pm daily between 1 – 28 February   Don’t miss this opportunity to visit one of Australia’s rare publicly opened organic gardens featuring the Diggers Club best selections of heirloom seeds and plants. Stunning herbaceous and evergreen borders, decorative vegetable parterre, mini plot and kitchen garden, sub-tropical

S.H. Ervin Gallery: Destination Sydney Re-Imagined

nsw 7 Dec 2018 - 17 Mar 2019
Held over the summer of 2015-2016, Destination Sydney was unprecedented in its achievement and showcased artworks responding to the theme of Sydney as a destination for creative endeavours. Destination Sydney: Re-imagined  returns to the subject of Sydney as a source of inspiration for so many artists, who have been drawn to its

Everglades: In the Wild, Improvisations on Australian Fauna

nsw 3 Feb 2019 - 24 Feb 2019
'In the Wild' is an exhibition of vibrant works on the theme of Australian fauna, by artist, Prue Mogg.

Ellensbrook Community Day

wa 23 Feb 2019
Please join us on Saturday 23 February to celebrate the completion of works and to learn more of the rich history of Ellensbrook from stories told throughout the place. Gain greater insight into the significance of Ellensbrook and its pivotal role in the development of the Margaret River Region while enjoying the
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Heritage Home-Owner Summer School

tas 2 Feb 2019 - 9 Mar 2019
Join us at Runnymede for a practical, informative and fun short summer school for heritage homeowners or restorers. Based on sound heritage principles and giving you a practical understanding of the Heritage Tasmania, National Trust and Burra Charter guidelines learn how to use simple traditional tools and materials as well

Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Open Day

qld 23 Feb 2019
Go behind the scenes and visit the patients as you explore areas of the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital the public do not get access to!
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Heritage Walk 19 Cotter Dam – early Canberra’s water supply

act 24 Feb 2019
The walk will be in the Cotter Dam area looking at the progression of Canberra’s water supply over the past century, beginning with the original concrete gravity dam to serve a population of 25,000 people. The dam wall was then raised in 1951 to more than double its capacity; in
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Teddy Bears’ Picnic (2019)

vic 24 Feb 2019
Today’s the day at Rippon Lea Estate for our annual Teddy Bears’ Picnic. Fetch your favourite ted for a fun-filled day of marvellous market stalls, wonderful food trucks and roaring entertainment. And don’t forget to enter our famous Teddy Bear Parade. Gates open at 10am sharp. You’re sure of a big surprise!  
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Wolston Farmhouse High Tea

qld 24 Feb 2019
On Sunday the 24th of February 2019, enjoy a delectable high tea on the terrace of Wolston Farmhouse. $50 per head includes entrance fee into Wolston Farmhouse. Hidden in the bustling fringe of Brisbane’s outer suburbs is a nineteenth-century rural gem now known as Wolston Farmhouse. The oldest surviving residential farmhouse
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Adelaide Tours – Old Treasury and Tunnels

sa 20 Jan 2019 - 31 Mar 2019
Journey through winding hallways and underground chambers to meet the colourful characters and deep history behind one of Adelaide’s oldest colonial buildings. From riots and floods to historic reforms the Treasury sat at the heart of South Australia’s political life – come explore its secrets and forgotten stories! Cost: Adult
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Adelaide Tours-Z Ward Behind the Walls

sa 28 Jan 2018 - 24 Feb 2019
Neither prison nor hospital, the “criminal ward” of the former Glenside Mental Hospital occupies a unique place in South Australia’s history. From the rare ‘Ha Ha Wall’ encircling the building to its striking 1880s polychromatic brickwork, explore the breathtaking architecture and sobering history of this important site. Duration: Approximately 75
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War, Art and Visual Culture

nsw 25 Feb 2019
An International Symposium on the art and visual culture of war, conflict and political violence.