‘The Sound of Memories – Woodford Academy’ A Sonic Experience

nsw 18 Aug 2018
'The Sound of Memories – Woodford Academy' is a multi-room acousmatic interpretive experience by Blue Mountains based composer Noel Burgess.
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A Host of Golden Daffodils – Harper’s Mansion in Spring

nsw 4 Aug 2018 - 2 Sep 2018
Harper’s Mansion cool climate gardens is full of spectacular heritage plants. It overlooks the historic village of Berrima and features one of the largest hedge mazes in Australia. The entry fee includes access to the 1830’s house, the maze and the garden. Make sure you bring a picnic if the Southern Highland’s weather
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A Morning at Kurrajong Heights in Late Spring

nsw 4 Nov 2018
A short walking and driving tour.
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A Morning Walk

nsw 25 Aug 2018
Meet at the WWI memorial in Lone Pine Avenue, and visit Gordon Falls lookout (named in honour of General Charles Gordon, who was sent to relieve the Egyptian forces in the Sudan, but was sadly killed at Khartoum). Encounter magnificent views as you descend to the Pool of Siloam (of
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A Tour through the Sydney Mounted Police Stables

nsw 16 Oct 2018
The tour commences with a history of the Mounted Police in Australia told by a veteran Mounted Police officer.
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ABC Studios Tour

nsw 26 Sep 2018
A fascinating insight into the Sydney home of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in Harris Street, Ultimo.
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Cooma Cottage: Schools Reconciliation Challenge Statewide Tour

nsw 7 Sep 2018
View winning artworks from students taking part in the NSW Schools Reconciliation Exhibition.
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Eryldene August Open Weekend

nsw 9 Jun 2018 - 19 Aug 2018
Visit the garden and admire the continuing display of colour as magnificent azaleas and late flowering camellias come into bloom.
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Everglades: Life is a Carnival

nsw 1 Sep 2018 - 23 Sep 2018
Works by Anne Warnes and Jan Riley.
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Everglades: Schools Reconciliation Challenge Statewide Tour

nsw 4 Aug 2018 - 23 Aug 2018
View winning artworks from students taking part in the NSW Schools Reconciliation Exhibition.
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Festival of Children’s Literature

nsw 15 Sep 2018 - 16 Sep 2018
The much loved and revitalised Festival of Children’s Literature returns to the Norman Lindsay Gallery in Faulconbridge this September 15 and 16. A highlight of the Blue Mountains calendar, the Festival promises to be better than ever and will be a great family-friendly weekend out. Join us to enjoy talks
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Ghost Tours of Old Government House

nsw 16 Feb 2018 - 15 Feb 2019
This long-running event always intrigues and amazes visitors!
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Harpers Mansion: Louisa Atkinson watercolour – The Possum

nsw 11 Jul 2018 - 12 Jan 2019
Returning to the Southern Highlands is a significant painting by Louisa Atkinson, a noted botanist, journalist, novelist and artist of the mid-1900s.
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Hidden Gems of Melbourne – SOLD OUT

nsw 10 Sep 2018 - 14 Sep 2018
Melbourne is thought to be the most European city in Australia.
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Historic Garden Island Tour

nsw 15 Nov 2018
A guided walking tour of the historic sites of Garden Island which are normally off-limits to the public.
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Historic Garden Island Tour – SOLD OUT

nsw 18 Oct 2018
A guided walking tour of the historic sites of Garden Island which are normally off-limits to the public.
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In the Footsteps of our Early Agricultural Students

nsw 6 Feb 2019
Join us as we visit this historic site to explore some of the buildings and areas where these early pioneering agriculturalist lived, worked an played. The campus archives office will share with us some of their unique artefacts and records. Please note that we are restricted to a set number
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JAPAN: the Magic Land of the Rising Sun

nsw 4 Nov 2018 - 19 Nov 2018
Experience the mystery of this small group tour with like-minded National Trust members.
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Looking at Architecture: Mosman Day

nsw 30 Oct 2018
Mosman, the picturesque Harbourside suburb so close to the CBD yet a world away, with its sandy beaches and wooded headlands, has always been the place to be.
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Looking at Architecture: Wahroonga Day

nsw 11 Sep 2018
When the North Shore Rail line was completed in 1891 the way was open for Sydneysiders hoping to escape crowded city suburbs to create expansive family homes on the Upper North Shore where the open space and deep, rich soil made gardening a rewarding pleasure.
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Make Your Mark in History – Armistice Day Centenary Commemoration

nsw 17 Nov 2018
56 young students enlisted from the Woodford Academy served in World War I.
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