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Tuggeranong Schoolhouse

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Popular Canberra storyteller, Elizabeth Burness, trading as ‘History With A Difference’, brings stories of Canberra’s pioneering past alive.      
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Como House and Garden

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Built in 1847, Como House and Garden is an intriguing mix of Australian Regency and classic Italianate architecture. Como offers a glimpse into the privileged lifestyle of former owners, the Armytage family, who lived there for nearly a century. The Armytages became famous amongst Melbourne high society and equally famous
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St John’s Schoolhouse Museum

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Constructed of locally quarried bluestone, with a shingle roof, the building consists of the schoolroom and five rooms for the school teacher’s residence. The School closed in 1907. The residence was occupied by local families until the 1930’s, when it was used by church and community groups as a meeting
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Retford Park

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Retford Park is a heritage must-see in the Southern Highlands.
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Latrobe Court House Museum

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Discover the many stories of Latrobe.
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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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Clarendon

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Set in 7 hectares of parklands on the banks of the South Esk River, this magnificent three-storey Georgian house has servants’ quarters, a heritage walled garden, several farm buildings and a rare avenue of elms. It was built in 1838 as an extraordinary statement of achievement for wealthy wool grower
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Hobart Convict Penitentiary

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In the early 1830’s, a service in the chapel of the Van Diemen’s Land Prisoners’ Barracks Penitentiary was far from a serene and holy experience. The building, in the shape of a cruciform, was designed by John Lee Archer to make additional space for the growing number of convicts arriving
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Rippon Lea Estate

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Rippon Lea is a National Heritage Listed heritage site and one of the last surviving examples of a grand estates.
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The Heights

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Prefabricated in Hamburg, Germany, the Heights was erected in 1854 and is the largest dwelling of its kind in Victoria.
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The Federal Standard Printing Works

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One of the few substantially intact provincial newspaper printeries remaining from the gold mining era.
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Tasma Terrace

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The headquarters of the National Trust (Victoria), Tasma Terrace has a gift shop and features regular exhibitions and other events throughout the year.
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Portarlington Mill

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At one time there were over 250 flour mills in Victoria. Constructed of local sandstone and timbers, Portarlington Mill is a significant example of the earliest mills.
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S.H. Ervin Gallery

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A gallery dedicated to Australian art situated on Observatory Hill in Sydney.
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Saumarez Homestead

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The two storey, 30 room Edwardian mansion is the jewel of Saumarez.
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Polly Woodside tall ship and museum

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All aboard for adventure on Melbourne's favourite tall ship
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S.H.P Memorial School of Arts

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Our first museum. It is devoted to Sir Henry Parkes and his dream of an independent Australian nation.
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Riversdale

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An estate with a rich history that is full of inns and schools, set amongst beautiful grounds.
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Old Government House

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This convict-built Georgian house and its surrounds is a World Heritage site.
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Mulberry Hill

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Home of Daryl Lindsay who founded the National Gallery of Victoria and Joan Lindsay author of Picnic at Hanging Rock.
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