Immerse yourself in the gardens at Lanyon as they bloom with colour this Spring
Learn how to ‘do the flowers’ in a 19th Century Australian colonial home
Join Ngunawal custodian, Karen Denny, as she shares stories of local culture and teaches you how to create a traditional children's game to take home!
Join local artist Naomi Zouwer from The Creative Practise for a series of intergenerational art workshops based on beautiful and weird objects in the Lanyon collection
Join Ngunawal custodian Wally Bell on a walk at Lanyon Homestead to learn about the Aboriginal connection to the area and the Murrumbidgee River
Walk: The Canoe Tree and local Ngunawal storie
Sing and dance along with Jenny Gall and David Game as they play traditional Scottish and Irish songs
Join Michael Yeo, Assistant Head Horticulturist in the abundant Lanyon garden to learn about caring for your summer vegetables
Join us for an interactive, escape room style performance in the grounds of Lanyon Homestead
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.