Recurring

Camden’s Grass Roots – People and Places

Online

This photographic exhibition is a starting point for looking at Camden’s people and places as the area continuously evolve from “The Cowpastures” to the fastest growing Local Government Area of New South Wales.

Recurring

Campbelltown Uncovered

Online

Join Campbelltown City Council Library on an online tour of Campbelltown’s Queen Street! This thoroughfare has been the commercial centre of town since the early days of the settlement.

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Transform – Green Square self-guided walking tour

Online

Discover Sydney’s newest neighbourhood while learning about its fascinating history and stunning architecture from the ground up with the City of Sydney's self-guided walking tour on the Sydney Culture Walks app for History Week 2021.

Recurring

The Valley of Dispossession

Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum 43 Edward Street, The Oaks, NSW

The Valley of Dispossession exhibition outlines the journey of the land known as the Burragorang Valley. Public historian Cathy Dunn will be giving a talk and tour on the history of this Burial ground.

End of Year Party – launching the Annual History Lecture & Awards Winners

Wild Planet Gallery, Australia Museum 1 William Street, Darlinghurst, NSW

Join the History Council of NSW in person to celebrate the end of 2021, our History Awards winners and the launch of the Annual History Lecture. The 2021 Annual History Lecture is presented by Laura McBride and Dr Mariko Smith from the Australian Museum on their groundbreaking Unsettled exhibition. Come meet the presenters, celebrate our Annual History Awards winners, and network with the History community.

Online Premiere of the 2021 Annual History Lecture – ‘Unsettled – In Conversation with Laura McBride and Dr Mariko Smith’

History Council NSW YouTube Channel

This year, the History Council NSW is proud to present ‘Unsettled - In Conversation with Laura McBride and Dr Mariko Smith’ on Thursday 2 December 2021 at 7:30 pm! We invite you to join us for this compelling conversation between Australian Museum’s Unsettled Curators, Laura McBride and Dr Mariko Smith that will be streamed online on the History Council NSW YouTube Channel.