Limestone, Peppertree & Lookout Tour

act 17 Mar 2018
After the popularity of our Quarries and Homesteads Tour last March the National Trust is heading out to South Marulan to experience the largest limestone quarry in the southern hemisphere and Peppertree Quarry. Boral will be our host, so be ready with closed shoes and trousers to don safety vests,

Heritage Walk 8 – Yarralumla – from sheep to shrubs

act 29 Apr 2018
  Visit the site of one of Canberra’s first pastoral settlements dating from 1828.  Discover its transformation into one of Australia’s most prosperous sheep stations before it was resumed by the Commonwealth in 1913, eventually becoming Government House.  Follow the scenic shores of Lake Burley Griffin through the edge of
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Heritage Walk 7 – Life in Early Hall

act 25 Mar 2018
Meander through the historic village of Hall which was proclaimed in 1882 and initially named Ginninderra. View an unusual mix of dwellings and sites depicting early village life.  There is the option to view Hall School Museum and Heritage Centre at the conclusion of the walk. Visit the original school
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South Australian Riverland 6 Day Coach Tour

act 27 Apr 2018 - 2 May 2018
The Riverland of South Australia covers an area of nearly 10,000 square kilometres along the Murray River from where it flows into South Australia from NSW and Victoria downstream to Blanchetown.  The Riverland’s history is strongly linked to irrigation and the area’s suitability for growing crops. The region enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate, and has

Heritage Walk 4 – Acton Peninsula – Canberra’s birthplace and first suburb

act 15 Apr 2018
Join this fascinating walk back in time to visit the site of Canberra’s first European settlement in 1824, and to explore the Acton Conservation Area. Acton ridge is not only the birthplace of Canberra, its veritable Sydney Cove, but also where it grew up. From 1911, the detailed planning and construction of
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Heritage Walk 6 – Callum Brae Nature Reserve

act 25 Feb 2018
Our walk will take us through the Red Box-Yellow Gum grassy woodland to a view eastwards and will include powder magazines. The nature reserve is popular with bird watchers. The heritage-listed property of Callum Brae can tell us a lot about the Commonwealth Soldier Settlement scheme after World War I. While
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