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Mount Barker Branch – Royal Flying Doctor Service

sa 3 Sep 2019
The Mount Barker branch invite you to come along to a presentation by David Marshman on the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
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Mount Barker Branch – AGM. Sharing of debutant and wedding photos

sa 6 Aug 2019
The Mount Barker branch invite you to come along to  their AGM and also the sharing of debutante and wedding photos.
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Mount Barker Branch – Presentation by Ian Hildebrand

sa 2 Jul 2019
The Mount Barker branch invite you to come along to a presentation by Ian Hildebrand, Community Connections Manager, Mount Barker District Council, on matters of interest to the Mount Barker Branch of the National Trust.
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Butlers and Blackboards

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With different stories to tell, the Butlers and Blackboards program looks at changes in the community, education and family life and is discovery-based and student-focused. Years 1 & 2 Humanities and Social Sciences Grossmann House includes different histories that are closely linked to the development of the merchant class in
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Mr Max Kay AM CIT WA

Passing of Mr Max Kay AM CIT WA

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It is with a heavy heart that the Chair of the National Trust Hon Michael Murray AM QC advises of the passing of Mr Max Kay AM CIT WA. Max’s contribution to the National Trust was invaluable and we will miss his energy and commitment. Max moved to Perth from
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Escape the Gaol – Winter (2019)

vic 23 Sep 2018 - 21 Jul 2019
*Back by popular demand* This winter visit the Old Melbourne Gaol for an experience exclusively for children during the school holidays. Kids will become inmates on a mission to hatch the perfect escape plan. Solve the riddles, find the clues, and keep your eyes out for the guards! Escape the Gaol is an immersive
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Heritage in Trust March 2019

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Read about the early history of St John’s School House, check out all the wonderful Heritage Festival events happening over the next couple of months and find out about the C S Daley desk and unusual chair! Click on the cover to enjoy this issue.
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Looking at Architecture: Neutral Bay Day

nsw 10 Sep 2019
Sessions: Morning Session – 10:30am – 12:30pm Afternoon Session – 1:00pm – 3:00pm Known to its Aboriginal inhabitants as Wirra-birra, the bay on the north side of the Harbour almost opposite to Sydney Cove was designated by Captain Arthur Phillip as a safe anchorage for foreign ships, sufficiently far away
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Curtin Family Home

Curtin Family Home Winter Staycation

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The National Trust of Western Australia is offering members an exclusive 30% discount* when they book a stay at Curtin Family Home this winter. This former home of Australian Prime Minister John Curtin is located in the beachside suburb of Cottesloe. Relax and unwind in this comfortable home with the family or holiday on
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Tea Tree Gully Branch – Christmas Event: An Angelic Christmas

sa 13 Nov 2019 - 17 Nov 2019
From the heavenly messengers in the first Christmas story, to the angel on the top of your tree – angels are an enduring symbol of Christmas.  Have a leisurely browse through 13 rooms of the heritage building filled with gorgeous traditional Christmas decorations – especially angels!  Enjoy a cuppa and
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Tea Tree Gully Branch – Tea For You

sa 18 Aug 2019
Heritage on Sunday.  Enjoy the day as you visit 13 rooms in the heritage building, 4 display pavilions, working blacksmith, police cell and laundry, all in a beautiful garden setting.  Take time to wander and explore.   Visit our Gift Shop. One Day Only:  Tea For You  – There is always
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Tea Tree Gully Branch – China Painting

sa 18 Aug 2019
Heritage on Sunday.  Enjoy the day as you visit 13 rooms in the heritage building, 4 display pavilions, working blacksmith, police cell and laundry, all in a beautiful garden setting.  Take time to wander and explore. Sausage Sizzle and Devonshire tea is available and the Gift Shop is a delight.
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Harper’s Mansion Garden and Plant Fair

nsw 27 Oct 2019
Don’t miss the fourth Garden Fair and Plant sale at the heritage-listed Harper’s Mansion House and museum. The Southern Highlands property is known for its classic Georgian architectural design and two acres of rambling gardens, including one of the best mazes in the southern hemisphere. Over 20 stallholders selling plants
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Puddin’ Day – Magic Pudding Fun

nsw 22 Sep 2019
The Magic Pudding has never been out of print and has been adapted for screen and stage (most recently by Victorian Opera) many times over. English novelist Philip Pullman has described it as one of his favourite children’s books saying: “I think it’s the funniest children’s book ever written.” On
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Fruits of the Academy (The Memory of Trees)

nsw 21 Sep 2019 - 16 Nov 2019
An exhibition of still-life paintings by artist Sophie Haythornthwaite of the fruits and flowers that grow in the grounds of Woodford Academy, and the way they inform the historical context of the building.
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Woodford Academy ‘Friday 13th’ Ghost Tours

nsw 13 Sep 2019
Tickets: include entry, exhibition and guided tour. Adults $26, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS Bookings/enquiries: woodfordacademy@gmail.com   Two tours available: 7:30pm & 8:30pm  
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Tracking Eric & Eleanor Dark: An Extraordinary Walk

nsw 17 Aug 2019
Tickets (at door): include museum entry and guided tour, exhibition. Adults $10, seniors/ students (5–15 years) $8, family $25 (2 adults, 2 children), children under 5 years free Enquiries: woodfordacademy@gmail.com
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Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum – Nice Mice

sa 17 Jul 2019 - 21 Jul 2019
School Holiday Event:  Nice Mice  – Stuart Little, the Rescuers, Anantole and Mickey – the literature of childhood is full of mice – clever little creatures who outsmart their much larger enemies.  Beatrix Potter tells us of Mrs Tittlemouse, Two Bad Mice and Johnny Town Mouse.  As you explore 13
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Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum – Miniature Magic

sa 16 Jun 2019
Heritage on Sunday.  Enjoy the afternoon as you visit 13 rooms in the building, 4 pavilions, working blacksmith, police cell and laundry.  Surrounded in a beautiful garden setting take time to wander, explore and be entertained. Sausage Sizzle and Devonshire tea is available and the Gift Shop is a delight.
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Mount Barker Branch – Creating Remembrance: The Art and Design of Australian War memorials.

sa 4 Jun 2019
The Mount Barker branch invite you to come along to presentations by author Donald Richardson OAM: Creating Remembrance: The Art and Design of Australian War memorials.
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Women of Distinction: Revealing the Lives of the Ladies, Guests & Servants of Old Government House

nsw 30 Aug 2019 - 16 Aug 2020
While many are known to us, such as Elizabeth Macquarie, Lady Mary FitzRoy and Elizabeth Macarthur, others remain more peripheral, overshadowed by their male contemporaries and circumstances. And yet, so many were achievers beyond their years and times. Learn about Anna Josepha Coombe, who married Philip Gidley King in England in
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