Tag Archives: heritage
Nov
17
2011

Two Tasmanian Aboriginal shell necklace makers have received the honour of being invited to show their work at the Forces of Nature exhibition in Washington DC. Continue reading

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Nov
08
2011

On a day when you need to be indoors in Tasmania why not visit some of the island state’s wonderful museums and art galleries? Continue reading

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Jul
29
2011

Fascinating ‘Femme Fatale’ exhibit will be in Launceston until September. Continue reading

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Jun
06
2011

Many of the locals in the north-east, around St Helens, Falmouth and Scamander and Weldborough, St Marys and Derby have seen enough rain for this year. In fact they’re still waiting for summer. While the word is it might not … Continue reading

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Apr
03
2011

William Gould was transported to Tasmania in 1827 for stealing a coat, and then spent his sentence on the utterly treacherous Sarah Island Convict Settlement. Whilst there, and with encouragement from the medical officer, he embarked upon recording in a … Continue reading

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Mar
02
2011

Stanley, and the fun continues. Seriously! With new crew arriving in a day or two, we got busy doing a couple of bags of laundry. In Stanley, the venue for this enticing activity is the local caravan park. And what … Continue reading

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