While it might be exciting to see a wombat out and about at Lanyon Homestead during the day, this might actually be sign that it is unwell.
We were honoured to invite Artistic Director of Pinchgut Opera, Erin Helyard, for a masterclass, recording session and performance Lanyon Homestead
The summer warmth has arrived across the paddocks of Mugga-Mugga Cottage
What is a tin dog, and what don’t you feed it?
The gardens at Lanyon Homestead are an ongoing, living collection
A sunny spring morning at Calthorpes House, with the garden beginning to bloom, was the perfect time for our enthusiastic…
The cold and windy Saturday set the scene for our cosy fireside chat about the 1300 mile journeys undertaken by…
Visitors to Mugga-Mugga Cottage last Saturday were able to experience first-hand the re-using and recycling lifestyle of the Curley family
Camille and I are nearly six months into our year long artist residency at Lanyon Historic Homestead. At two and…
The cloudy skies and impending rain weren’t enough to put off 30 or so intrepid visitors who came to Lanyon…
Collaborating with the National Trust ACT, Lanyon Homestead opened its doors to the public for a special Open Day, as part of the Heritage Festival 2018
On Sunday 24 September, the Spring Series at Lanyon commenced with 'the River and the Homestead', and we were joined by Bernadette and Jackson from Parks and Conservation Service and Lindy from ACT Wildlife to celebrate World Rivers Day.
Performing the Past was a series of events at Lanyon and Mugga-Mugga to reanimate the sites with original and traditional music
Listening to the Past dispels the misconception that the social history of the ACT was black and white and silent.