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MULGOA VALLEY

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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.

Upcoming Events

  • Colonial Architecture Lecture
    TBD
    Colonial Architecture Lecture
    Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
    Coming in 2021
    Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
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  • Colonial Landscapes Lecture
    TBD
    Colonial Landscapes Lecture
    Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
    Coming in 2021
    Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
    Learn more about the colonial landscapes and what makes them so special. This lecture will be presented by architect, historian, and author Dr James Broadbent.
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  • Biodiversity Lecture
    TBD
    Biodiversity Lecture
    Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
    Coming in 2021
    Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
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  • The Cottage grounds open day
    TBD
    The Cottage grounds open day
    Mulgoa Rd, Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
    TBD due to COVID-19
    Mulgoa Rd, Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
    The 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.
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  • Colonial Connections
    Colonial Connections
    RSVP Closed
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    16 May, 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
    Winbourne, 1315 Mulgoa Rd, Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
    “Fernhill and the wider context of early colonial society”
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  • ‘Fernhill and the Depression of the 1840s’
    ‘Fernhill and the Depression of the 1840s’
    RSVP Closed
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    06 Sept 2020, 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88191658710
    The Friends of Fernhill and Mulgoa Valley Inc as part of the History Week by History Council NSW are presenting a free public online event. This talk is to be presented by Dr James Broadbent.
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