Tag Archive | "Colonial History"

Just a touch of History on Norfolk Island

Just a touch of History on Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island is located 1600km north-east of Sydney and an external territory of Australia, home to the descendants of the Bounty mutineers and a colourful convict history.

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Colony History Sydney walking Tour

Colony History Sydney walking Tour

Take a walking tour of the city’s most popular monuments and bustling piazzas starting from the Customs House, a precinct where old 19th century sandstone buildings. During our 3 hours walking tour we will admire historical buildings.

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Painting The Rocks: the loss of Old Sydney

Painting The Rocks: the loss of Old Sydney

The first decades of the 20th century saw countless buildings from our colonial past torn down, this exhibition in Sydney places the 1902 artists’ paintings alongside the commissioned photography, inspection reports and remodelling plans.

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Colonial Brisbane Heritage Walk

Ross Johnston takes the Colonial Brisbane Heritage Walk tour, and talks about Brisbane's early colonial and state history.

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Heritage Honour for Iconic Alps

Heritage Honour for Iconic Alps

One of the nation’s most outstanding and breathtaking mountain landscapes, the Australian Alps, has been awarded Australia’s highest heritage honour with its inclusion in the National Heritage List.

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Heritage of The Rocks Sydney NSW

Discover of the history of The Rocks Sydney NSW, from convicts to its modern day heritage.

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Blue Mountains NSW

Blue Mountains NSW

The Blue Mountains are well and truly enjoyed by all who visit them. The area is a nature and history enthusiast's delight with well-marked walking tracks which pass streams and waterfalls, descend into pristine gorges and wind around sheer cliffs where the views are never ending.

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