Lanyon’s Landscape: First Nations Peoples, settlers and convicts

Lanyon Homestead · Years 3 - 6

Lanyon’s Landscape: First Nations Peoples, settlers and convicts

Cost: $10
Time: 2 Hours

Travel South on Tharwa Drive, and near the brown signage turn right to Lanyon Homestead. Follow the dirt road to the Lanyon Heritage Centre – stopping at the A-frame sign. Bus drop off and pick up is at the Lanyon Heritage Centre – see link below for map

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Download Convict Profiles

Download Teachers Booklet

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Enter the landscape where First Nations Peoples have lived for over 21,000 years, and where connection to Country continues today. Study stone and timber buildings where convicts lived and worked c.1840, and do a simple take-home sewing task.