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February 2018

Family Fun in the Pre-Digital Age

February 13 - December 20

Before the iPad and iPhone!  Before CD and DVD players!  Before gaming consoles and TV!  Just how did people have fun in the early 20th century?  You might think life would have been so boring.  It certainly wasn't!  People made their own entertainment, making do with whatever was on hand. This display will continue until the end of the year.  Come and visit . . . tell your friends.    

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October 2018

Yaralla Estate Open Day October 2018 – 10:00am

October 28 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Dame Eadith Walker Hospital, Dame Eadith Walker Hospital
Concord West, NSW 2138 Australia
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Free – $15 11 tickets left

The Yaralla Estate is significant in the evolving pattern of occupation of the colony, starting with a grant to an ex-convict, then developing as a working farm, continuing as a Victorian estate, early twentieth century Edwardian estate, and mid twentieth century to current times as an institution facility. It is historically significant as one of the last large nineteenth century estates remaining in metropolitan Sydney. It is of rare State significance because it incorporates an entire 1790s land grant within…

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Yaralla Estate Open Day October 2018 – 10:30am

October 28 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Dame Eadith Walker Hospital, Dame Eadith Walker Hospital
Concord West, NSW 2138 Australia
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Free – $15 -1 tickets left

The Yaralla Estate is significant in the evolving pattern of occupation of the colony, starting with a grant to an ex-convict, then developing as a working farm, continuing as a Victorian estate, early twentieth century Edwardian estate, and mid twentieth century to current times as an institution facility. It is historically significant as one of the last large nineteenth century estates remaining in metropolitan Sydney. It is of rare State significance because it incorporates an entire 1790s land grant within…

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Yaralla Estate Open Day October 2018 – 11:00am

October 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Dame Eadith Walker Hospital, Dame Eadith Walker Hospital
Concord West, NSW 2138 Australia
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Free – $15 1 ticket left

The Yaralla Estate is significant in the evolving pattern of occupation of the colony, starting with a grant to an ex-convict, then developing as a working farm, continuing as a Victorian estate, early twentieth century Edwardian estate, and mid twentieth century to current times as an institution facility. It is historically significant as one of the last large nineteenth century estates remaining in metropolitan Sydney. It is of rare State significance because it incorporates an entire 1790s land grant within…

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Yaralla Estate Open Day October 2018 – 11:30am

October 28 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Dame Eadith Walker Hospital, Dame Eadith Walker Hospital
Concord West, NSW 2138 Australia
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Free – $15 Sold out

The Yaralla Estate is significant in the evolving pattern of occupation of the colony, starting with a grant to an ex-convict, then developing as a working farm, continuing as a Victorian estate, early twentieth century Edwardian estate, and mid twentieth century to current times as an institution facility. It is historically significant as one of the last large nineteenth century estates remaining in metropolitan Sydney. It is of rare State significance because it incorporates an entire 1790s land grant within…

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Yaralla Estate Open Day October 2018 – 12:00pm

October 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Dame Eadith Walker Hospital, Dame Eadith Walker Hospital
Concord West, NSW 2138 Australia
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Free – $15 2 tickets left

The Yaralla Estate is significant in the evolving pattern of occupation of the colony, starting with a grant to an ex-convict, then developing as a working farm, continuing as a Victorian estate, early twentieth century Edwardian estate, and mid twentieth century to current times as an institution facility. It is historically significant as one of the last large nineteenth century estates remaining in metropolitan Sydney. It is of rare State significance because it incorporates an entire 1790s land grant within…

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Yaralla Estate Open Day October 2018 – 12:30pm

October 28 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Dame Eadith Walker Hospital, Dame Eadith Walker Hospital
Concord West, NSW 2138 Australia
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Free – $15 13 tickets left

The Yaralla Estate is significant in the evolving pattern of occupation of the colony, starting with a grant to an ex-convict, then developing as a working farm, continuing as a Victorian estate, early twentieth century Edwardian estate, and mid twentieth century to current times as an institution facility. It is historically significant as one of the last large nineteenth century estates remaining in metropolitan Sydney. It is of rare State significance because it incorporates an entire 1790s land grant within…

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Yaralla Estate Open Day October 2018 – 1:00pm

October 28 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dame Eadith Walker Hospital, Dame Eadith Walker Hospital
Concord West, NSW 2138 Australia
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Free – $15 3 tickets left

The Yaralla Estate is significant in the evolving pattern of occupation of the colony, starting with a grant to an ex-convict, then developing as a working farm, continuing as a Victorian estate, early twentieth century Edwardian estate, and mid twentieth century to current times as an institution facility. It is historically significant as one of the last large nineteenth century estates remaining in metropolitan Sydney. It is of rare State significance because it incorporates an entire 1790s land grant within…

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November 2018

The Menin Gate Lions

November 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
City of Canada Bay Museum, 1 Bent Street
Concord, NSW 2137 Australia
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The Lions had been at the Menin Gate, guarding the entrance to Ypres, during the period of the First World War, when literally thousands of soldiers marched through the gate on their way to the battlefields. At the end of the war the lions, broken and scarred, were recovered from the rubble and, in 1936, the Burgomaster of Ypres presented them to the Australian government as a token of friendship and an acknowledgement of Australia’s sacrifice in the region during…

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