A self-guided walking tour along Ramsay Street in Haberfield to learn about the origin of the name Haberfield.
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Lithgow Library invites you to come along on Saturday 7th of May at 10.30am for a free talk by Christine Stewart, the author of “Collits’ Inn: Uncovering the past Surprises found in restoring this 1823 Australian Icon”. Christine will be talking about the adventure that she and her husband had.
Searching dark skies: the history of the life and work of Ken Beames, engineer, astronomer and builder of the Linden Observatory and its impressive 24-inch reflector telescope.
View an extraordinary 17th century artwork from the Dutch Golden Age on display for one day only in the Blue Mountains' oldest colonial building, Woodford Academy.
Discover the historic Waverley Estate, where a Victorian mansion, turned hospital, is nestled amongst beautiful gardens. Explore an interactive tour and gather with friends or your children for a picnic.
Join us for an unmissable series of fine music events being performed in the beauty of Blacket's finest Church.
The Art of Ageing is a photographic exhibition that celebrates the value, experience and contribution older people bring, and challenges out-dated perceptions of ageing.
Walk the grounds of historic Fairlight, a substantial Victorian house and impressive barn surrounded by old fig trees, and The Cottage, home to Edward Cox before he built Fernhill, creating a landscape between The Cottage, Fernhill and St. Thomas Church virtually unaltered since the 1850s.
Following a quick tour introduction at the Visitor Centre, we board the tour bus to begin our tour of the Port of Port Kembla by a short visit to Greenhouse Park – where the full picture of the port is laid out beneath us.
Step into the shoes of a palaeontologist with us, in this exclusive Macquarie University student-led seminar all about the weird and wonderful world of fossils and fossil-finding.
This Tour offers you an opportunity to travel back in time and discover the history, heritage, and cultures of a true coastal treasure – Port Kembla.
This Tour is a 2.5 – 3 hour walking tour of the Blue Mile – starting at Flagstaff Hill and concluding at the Old Courthouse – with a 30-minute refreshment break.
What diseases did the dinosaurs suffer from? How did Indigenous Australians create their tools? How did the Australian megafauna go extinct? What should YOU do if you ever discover a fossil or Indigenous artefact? Hear about palaeontology and archaeology research from Australian University students – this online seminar held exclusively for the Australian Heritage Festival!
This exhibition showcases the wonderful and at times weird side of life in the city of Wollongong. It highlights the sense of fun and willingness of locals to try anything. The photographs have been selected from the Illawarra Images Collection of Wollongong City Libraries.
Discover the forgotten world of Bowral’s golden Victorian age as we explore Bowral’s Glebe lands.
Immerse yourself in the rich and often surprising stories of the Bathurst region with a varied series of activities. Heritage Week is a celebration of the characters, places and events that have combined to form the story of the Bathurst region.
The Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace, affectionately known as ‘The Orpheum’, is a prized jewel in Sydney’s crown. For almost a century, this beautiful Art Deco theatre has opened its doors to theatre lovers of film and stage. Now The Orpheum footlights will shine directly on itself.