Join the City of Bunbury for a free heritage forum event celebrating the untold stories of our home.
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Join us for a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes of the museum collection.
Bring the family to the Wilkinson Homestead Museum for a fun morning learning about how people lived, worked and played in the old days. Take a picture in the photo booth wearing old fashioned clothing, learn how people once did their laundry or watch a butter and scone making demonstration.
ADFAS arts lecture by Darren Jorgenson.
How Aboriginal carving was part of forging a cultural identity.
Join us on World Heritage Day to celebrate the launch of Jeff Peirce's new online repository of local convict histories!
Join us for the Coolbaroo Dance, the community celebration for Heritage Perth Weekend and the National Trust Heritage Festival.
Ellensbrook is located at Mokidup. It is an area of natural beauty, internationally recognised as a biodiversity hotspot and culturally important place to the Wadandi people.
Join Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann and Dr Yitzhak Yedid for a Dialogue on Music, where together they will explore language revival and the integration of traditions.
Experience an enjoyable ride with commentary in a heritage bus within the grounds of Whiteman Park, learning why aboriginal groups lived in the park and seeing the natural vegetation that attracts many native animals to the area.
Enjoy a rare opportunity to see the Bus Preservation Society of WA’s impressive fleet of restored buses and tour the workshop where they make it happen. You’ll get to inspect the impressive collection of heritage buses, including some currently under repair or restoration.
Bear witness to the true horror that lurks in our history in the gardens and hallways of historic Smirks cottage. As dusk fades to night, the night-watchman will guide you through enthralling dark tales of the district. Dark Corners is an immersive storytelling walking tour experience.
Visit No 1 Pump Station at the foot of Mundaring Weir and learn about CY O’Connor’s audacious scheme to pump water 560km inland to the goldfields.
Explore Warden Finnerty’s Residence, built for Coolgardie’s first resident magistrate and mining warden, John Finnerty, by timber magnate Robert Bunning.
Mangowine Homestead has long been a place of hospitality, a necessary stop for people travelling through the region.
Located in Western Australia’s first inland town, this architecturally impressive collection of buildings tells the story of law, order, policing and injustice.