A visit which combines Australian history and a beautiful and significant garden! Join two organisations that combine these interests in a visit to Lambrigg - learn about the history of the property, its important place in agriculture in Australia and how the garden has changed over time.
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The 2022 Heritage Polaris will take place on 23rd April 2022. Forming part of the Canberra & Region Heritage Festival the event will take in heritage sites spread throughout Canberra and is the best bike navigation event in Australia.
Over time women, in their roles as wives, mothers and home makers, have used bottom drawers in various ways. For nearly twenty years, our presenter, Elizabeth Burness, has brought back memories with this presentation using items from the past.
Enjoy a day of activities at one of Canberra's oldest European buildings and an important part of our local heritage!
An easy-grade stroll along the historical route of Dairy Road.
Want to learn more about Australia's past, from more than 65,000 years ago to today? National Archaeology Week is hosting an exciting nationwide program of events. Come and meet real archaeologists, take part in archaeological digs and tours, and join special lectures and workshops – and much more!
Discover Braddon’s recent urban history on this tour of the exceptional and eclectic local architecture and design. Follow the transformation of Braddon from a former industrial area into Canberra’s most creative precinct as you visit the suburb’s architectural gems and street art both old and new.
Lace is a complex structural textile and an important part of European textiles history. Lace is made in a lot of different ways and styles and the best care is filled with myth and wives tales which are often damaging. Victoria Pearce Senior Conservator of Endangered Heritage will talk about lace.