North Sydney Council launch an exhibition commemorating St Thomas’ Cemetery: the first European burial ground north of Sydney Harbour, established in 1845.
In 1865, 400 people lived in Willoughby; 150 years later, 76,354. Willoughby City Library Service presents an exhibition on this dynamic community.
Join the Convict Trail Project as they celebrate 190 years since construction began on the Great North Road: how did the road affect its neighbours?
Willoughby City Library Service is exhibiting its oral history archive: over 100 interviews, spanning 40 years and covering aspects of life in Willoughby.
Macquarie University’s Australian History Museum is hosting an exhibition on the experience of migrant communities in Australia and the sharing of customs with their neighbours.