The events and programs listed on our site are hosted by our diverse membership, including libraries, museums, archives, galleries,
universities, historical societies, professional organisations, community centres and more.
Bookings are now open for the Royal Australian Historical Society’s Annual Conference, to be held in Tamworth, with the theme ‘Illuminating the Past’.read more
The Royal Australian Historical Society is hosting a regional seminar in the seaside city of Shellharbour to learn about local convict history and practical skills for the researching of convict records, including insights into using Trove as well as criminal court records from the UK and NSW.read more
Join in Campbelltown City Council’s 2019 NAIDOC Week Celebrations with a morning tea, flag raising ceremony, march and festival.read more
The Hurstville Museum’s ‘School days’ exhibition invites you to connect with your school experiences while exploring stories and objects from early school days to more recent times. Immerse yourself in hands-on activities and discover the history of local schools via an online project.read more
Dr Greg Johnson will explore garden writing in the publications and the writers in the period from 1888 to 1938.read more
The Friends of Linnwood invite you to an open house at the Historic Linnwood house, which is set on 5 hectares of beautiful grounds at Guildford, in the Western Suburbs of Sydney on Sunday 14th July 2019.read more
The Royal Australian Historical Society is hosting Dr Craig Wilcox for the next instalment of their 2019 lecture series, in which he will consider what the course of Australian maritime frontier conflict might look like.read more
In this seminar, hear Lyndon Lockrey speak about the life and times of Edward ‘Ned’ Trickett, Australia’s first world champion in any sport.read more
In this seminar, guest speaker Wendy Gallagher (NSW State Archives) talks about the Captured: Portraits of Crime exhibition and how to research your own family history when a criminal is involved.read more
The State Library of NSW is hosting a special champagne breakfast to celebrate the awarding of the $25,000 prize. A panel discussion with this year’s shortlisted authors will be led by Caroline Baum, before the prize winner is announced.read more
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