Take a guided walk in the Griffins’ Castlecrag and visit the interiors of two beautifully restored homes designed by Walter Burley Griffin.
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The building was originally two lock-up cells on the site in 1840. In 1899, the Municipal Council was given the buildings after a new gaol was built. In 1963, the Singleton Historical Society was given the use of the building.
Visit an array of country gardens and historic houses in charming Braidwood. Situated in the Southern Tablelands of NSW, historic Braidwood is listed on the Register of the National Estate and was the first town to be listed on the NSW State Heritage Register.
Calling all ghost-busters in training! Join us on a special one-hour twilight candle-lit tour of the ground floor of Old Government House – a 222-year-old early Governors country residence known for some very strange happenings. Hear stories by volunteers, staff and guests!
Located in Waverley in Sydney’s busy Eastern Suburbs, Edina is described as ‘one of the grandest private houses surviving in Sydney from Colonial times’, yet few people know of this historical gem, hiding in plain sight. Tour this historical gem and enjoy morning tea.
Explore the different meanings of black across a century of fashion, from mourning a loved one, to the chic elegance of the little black dress, at Old Government House's new major exhibition Back to Black.
For a special Mother’s Day treat, take an intriguing tour through historic Grossmann House and enjoy homemade delectables in the garden.
Discover the connected history and compelling stories of Parramatta North, located by the Parramatta River, by exploring the restored buildings, cultural hub and open spaces. Heritage Day is family friendly, with guided tours, talks and workshops, live music, great food, and children's activities.
Discover the unique history of Wyong by taking an easy paced walking tour around the town centre. Our experienced and knowledgeable guides will both educate and entertain you.
Did you meet your sweetheart at the movies? Were you in a local theatre group? Remember your first kiss in the drive-in? This exhibition of photos from the collection on display and online will evoke memories of connections made as participant or audience at theatres in the Illawarra.
A guided tour through the amazing Bogong Aboriginal Bushfood garden and to MIZPAH, a stunning Colonial stone inn, reveals connections. After refreshments in the Village Hall, make your own tours and follow the enticing Heritage trail around the village, and explore the Bungonia National Park
An Evening of Verse Illuminated. Step into the enchanting world of poetry, illuminated by lantern light, as Tilba Walks presents "Connections: Twilight Poetry by Lantern Light Walk" during The Australian Heritage Festival 2024.
Tarella Cottage was built in the 1890s. As the family changed its purpose from holiday house to full-time residence, additions were made. Come along and see what's been done to the original cottage over those early years. You can explore Tarella Cottage, the Old Kitchen and the Research Centre.
You'll discover the wonderful and decadent sides of Sydney’s housing.
Potts Point and Elizabeth Bay are amongst the colourful places in the country. With a harbourside location, these have been home to the very rich and the very poor, to churches, gangsters and scandal.
Unforgettable night of local knowledge shared by Kate and her henchmen. True local stories direct from the mouth of the Queen of Surry hills herself with her insights into the razor gang years in her actual home which was also her first sly grog shop. Tickets include performance, antipasto plate and dessert.
Yarramalong's natural, cultural and indigenous shared stories will be stunningly reflected through artwork, music and indigenous activities presented against our historic backdrop of 1890's sandstone buildings at Yarramalong Old School among the stately trees in beautiful Yarramalong Valley.
There will be lots of variety with what the Sutherland Shire has to show to connect and preserve our history.
From Loftus, Sutherland, Kirawee, Gymea to Cronulla, Kurnell and The Royal National Park there will be something for everyone to see.