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Tales from the East: India and New South Wales (Old Government House)

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  In 1810 Governor Lachlan Macquarie arrived in New South Wales after spending 20 years as part of the British military campaigns in India, and brought with him strong Indian connections and influences.  As with many of the army men who served in both India and New South Wales, Macquarie
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Saumarez Homestead Virtual Exhibitions

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Ellis Rowan China Collection at Saumarez Homestead: Ellis Rowan China Collection Virtual Exhibit Saumarez and World War One: Saumarez and World War One Virtual Exhibit: http://www.vexhibit.net/virtual_exhibit/vex2/index.htm Belleek China Collection: Belleek China held at Saumarez Homestead: Saumarez Belleek China Collection Virtual Exhibit F.J. White’s Office: These objects reflect the personality of F.J.
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Nocturne Saumarez Exhibition

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NOCTURNE SAUMAREZ Nocturne Saumarez will run from 2nd December 2016 to 26th March 2017. The exhibition can be viewed in the Function Room at Saumarez Homestead. Terry Cooke, publisher and photographer of “New England High Country – Contrast and Colour”, has been invited to launch the Nocturne Saumarez photography exhibition.
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Ellis Rowan China Display

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Ellis Rowan was a small, strong-willed yet fascinating woman, an enigmatic character who forged her way through life, captivating others while pursuing her ultimate goal – the finding and painting of wildflowers, birds, insects and butterflies of many countries, often for the first time. (Australian Dictionary of Biography)
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Saumarez Homestead Plans by J W Pender

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  Plan of Cottage Residence at Saumarez for Messrs White Bros. 4th February 1887 Architect: John Wiltshire Pender Title: Plan of Cottage Residence at Saumarez for Messrs White Bros. Drawing Date: 4th February 1887 Tender Notice: 5th February 1887 p.s. Contract Date: 26th February 1887 Completion: May 1888 Client: Messrs
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Sea Treasures

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'A wondrous armada of ships, sirens and scallywags'
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Portia Geach Memorial Award

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The award, which was first given in 1965 in memory of the artist Portia Geach, displays selected entries from artists across the nation representing diversity in contemporary portraiture. The Award is recognised as one of the most important celebrations of the talents and creativity of Australian female portrait painters and
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