Wed 24 Sep Norfolk Island – where the past meets the present Presented by public historian Bruce Baskerville, this webinar will offer participants the opportunity to learn more about the island paradise.
Sun 28 Sep Spit Bridge to Manly Walk Emeritus Professor David Carment will lead this 10 kilometre walk, which takes in wonderful panoramic harbour views and places of historic interest.
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Wed 1 Oct Truth in History Hear Author Susan Boyer speak about the nature of historical truths and her experiences of combining research and writing skills to promote history.
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