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The historic Mulgoa Valley is perhaps the richest area surviving in the Sydney basin for its number and diversity of natural and cultural heritage sites and scenic landscapes.
- TBD due to COVID-19Mulgoa Rd, Mulgoa NSW 2745, AustraliaThe cottage is rarely open to the public. Owner and Historian Dr James Broadbent has agreed to open the gardens for a public viewing. There will be an entry fee at the gate which will be put towards the Friends of Fernhill and Mulgoa Valley Inc.
- Sun 11 Sep11SunSep'MULGOA VALLEY: A TREASURE TROVE OF BUSH, BIRDS AND BIODIVERSITY11 Sept 2022, 9:00 amEdmund Rice Retreat and Conference Centr, 1315 Mulgoa Rd, Mulgoa NSW 2745, AustraliaFive lectures on the geology, landscape, flora and fauna of Mulgoa Valley hosted by Friends of Fernhill and Mulgoa Valley Inc and Mulgoa Landcare. Speakers are Dr. Ross Crates, Dr. John Martyn, Alan Leishman, Peter Mobbs and Henry Cook.
- Sun 29 May29SunMayVisit Private Heritage Houses in the Mulgoa Valley/Mulgoa ParkDetailsMultiple Dates29 May 2022, 1:00 pm – 3:30 pmMulgoa Park, 364 Littlefields Rd, Mulgoa NSW 2745, AustraliaWalk the grounds of historic Fairlight, a substantial Victorian house and impressive barn surrounded by old fig trees, and The Cottage, home to Edward Cox before he built Fernhill, creating a landscape between The Cottage, Fernhill and St. Thomas Church virtually unaltered since the 1850s.
- Sun 16 May16SunMayColonial Connections
- Sun 06 Sep06SunSep‘Fernhill and the Depression of the 1840s’
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