Visit the beautiful spring garden and immerse yourself in this classic example of garden city planning during Floriade.
Discover the art of Ikebana at Calthorpes House with innovative Sogetsu Ikebana teacher Alexander Evans from HanaKuma Ikebana
Why did farm workers need a tin dog? What is a tin dog and how much do you feed it?
Discover the stories of the eight men who returned from service in the Great War to take up soldier settler blocks on the former Tuggeranong property.
Learn about caring for your summer vegetable garden and discover the benefits of succession planting to ensure you have vegetables for the whole season.
Men who came back from the Great War could apply for a block of land, as reward for their service from a grateful nation. While such an offer promised a new start for the men and a step into economic security, for many of the men life on the soldier settler blocks brought years of struggle
In 2014, at age 24, Hannah Wandel founded Country to Canberra, a not-for-profit organisation aimed at raising the profile of young rural women
Very few men who served in the Great War returned to Australia unchanged by their experiences. They all lived with the legacy of those years as they tried, with varying degrees of success, to resume civilian life.
Lanyon is the perfect playground for inquisitive minds and creative hands
Within living memory presents oral histories focused on the lives and memories of the people who have lived and worked…
Getting it together includes early photographs, memorabilia and insights relating to the complex issues debated at the time of Federation.
The convict years explores Lanyon in the 1830s and 1840s when property owner James Wright and his assigned convicts lived…
An exhibition of historic photographs of Lanyon and the Cunningham family, who lived and worked here between 1849 and 1926.