Our motoring heritage has played an extensive role in opening up our Continent to settlement. Visitors can view classic motor vehicles from every available era.
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House museum and garden open for inspection plus a handcraft stall and activities for children.
Oak Lodge at 18 Bridge Street, Richmond is a highly regarded Georgian house in largely original condition, owned by the National Trust and run as a local museum by Coal River Valley Historical Society volunteers.
Raconteur, troubadour, balladeer and poet, Mick Thomas is best known as the song master of pub-rock icons Weddings Parties Anything. His ever-evolving talents as a writer and performer define a career as intriguing as it is enduring.
Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the opening of the Toowoomba to Ipswich rail link.
Launceston Synagogue is Australia's second oldest, and is built in the Egyptian Revival style.
This exhibition looks at the production of quilts during war-time, and shows how men turned to quilting as a past-time in the midst of the extreme conditions of war.
Step into the past and explore the vibrant mining and social history of the picturesque township of Derby in Tasmania’s North East.
The Don River Railway is the North West Coast's Premier Tourist Attraction and one of Australia's finest heritage passenger carrying railways.
A specialised collection relating to exploration in the South Pacific.
The Shot Tower is a unique historic site. It is the only remaining circular sandstone shot tower in the world.
Guided by State Library of Queensland staff you will learn about a range of online tools to enable the promotion and sharing of collections online.
Put on the white gloves and join us for this hands-on look at some of State Library of Queensland's precious original First World War materials.
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This self-drive tour includes eight of the most scenic or secret Avenues of Honour in Victoria. Meet at the corner of Honour Avenue and Mount Macedon Road in Mount Macedon, and travel via Woodend and Daylesford to finish in Ballarat.