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Unshackled: Hobart Penitentiary

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    Unshackled at the Hobart Penitentiary offers four experiences for one ticket price: ·  Convict Memorial: a digital history experience allowing visitors to trace the lives of each of the 75,000 convicts transported to Tasmania 1803-1853 ·  Pandemonium: a dynamic widescreen presentation of Tasmania’s convict years 1803-1853, shown in
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Clarendon Estate

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Clarendon is one of Australia's most imposing and romantic pastoral homesteads.
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Franklin House

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The birthplace of the National Trust in Tasmania.
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Runnymede

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A largely intact 19th century whaling family’s home named after Capt. Charles Bayley’s favourite ship, Runnymede.
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Home Hill

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1916 family home and gardens of Australian Prime Minster Joseph Lyons and Dame Enid Lyons.
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Old Umbrella Shop

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  Step into the Old Umbrella Shop for an authentic 19th – early 20th century shopping experience. Built in the 1860s, the shop took on its current identity in 1920 when it became the premises of R Shott & Son. Robert Walter Shott had operated an umbrella shop in Melbourne
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Latrobe Courthouse Museum

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Discover the many stories of Latrobe.
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Oak Lodge

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Oak Lodge, the only historic home open to the public in Richmond, a historic Georgian sandstone house in it's original condition.
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Penghana

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Penghana B&B offers a rare opportunity to stay in this historic west coast Arts & Crafts Movement mansion and be immersed in its history.
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Manning Clark House

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Manning Clark House – A place for ideas The daring modernism of the 1950s house in Forrest, Canberra, itself reflects the radical and adventurous spirit Manning Clark House fosters among its members. It is a place where Australians can be inspired to make their daily lives richer and more meaningful.
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Z Ward, Glenside

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South Australia’s Hospital for Criminal Mental Defectives. Designed by Edward John Woods, SA Architect in Chief from 1878 to 1886, the construction of Z Ward for Criminal and Refractory Patients commenced in September 1884 with the contract being let to William Pett & Son, builders. Work proceeded smoothly, completion being
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Helen Tiny House

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Encased by native bushland, Tiny Lenore is a sunny spot to marvel at magical sunsets and take in the harmonious movement of nature.
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Justyn Tiny House

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Encased by native bushland, Tiny Lenore is a sunny spot to marvel at magical sunsets and take in the harmonious movement of nature.
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Lenore Tiny House

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Encased by native bushland, Tiny Lenore is a sunny spot to marvel at magical sunsets and take in the harmonious movement of nature.
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National Trust Gift & Bookshop

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All store proceeds go towards the National Trust efforts to conserve and celebrate our diverse natural, cultural, social and Indigenous heritage. National Trust Members also receive 10% off all shop purchases.   Bookshop Shop from a variety of genres including Australian art, history, furniture and gardening books. Whether you are
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North Adelaide Baptist Church

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The history of this congregation dates to 1848. On the 8th of May that year, a group of 21 people left the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel, uncomfortable with the closed-mindedness of the majority of the congregation, and founded a new community of faith dedicated to the proposition that membership should be
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Pentridge Prison

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Established in 1851 and largely constructed in the period 1858 – 64, Pentridge is the largest prison complex constructed in Victoria in the 19th century, and operated as the central establishment in the wider prison system from the early 1860s. The complex of buildings, which remain on site, demonstrate a
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Hope Cottage

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Hope Cottage one of three cottages built around 1857 by brothers Charles and Michael Calnan.
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Australian Wildlife Sanctuary

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Discover your wild side at a heritage-listed wildlife sanctuary in Bargo.
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VAULT

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Step into our fabulous vintage clothing boutique in Melbourne’s iconic Block Arcade, showcasing a curated and ever-evolving collection of quality pre-loved and designer clothing, shoes, and accessories.
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Beleura House and Garden

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Beleura is an associated property with the National Trust. Members receive discounted entry.   Built in 1864 by James Butchart, the wealthiest man in the colony of Victoria, Beleura comprises twelve acres of pleasure gardens surrounding a Classical style villa designed by architect Joseph Reed. A monthly music program presents
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