Each book in this series is a self guided historical walk through Annandale. Each walk explores the people and construction of Annandale. Each book covers two decades of Annandales History a hundred years apart. The first book in the series, 1890s Annandale: A Short Walk, covers the 1790s and 1890s.
113 Johnston St. Annandale
89 Booth St. Annandale
55 Parramatta Road, Annandale
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Festivals: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011
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Annandale Heritage Festival 2014 Tea Towels & Bags by Merrick Fry. Tea Towels available from Jim and Jane's and Calico Bags from Eva's Vintage in Annandale
Visit 1886 Arts and Crafts Church Hall, 1889 Gothic Revival Sandstone Church and 1899 Former Annandale Council Chambers
1899 Former Annandale Council Chambers
79 Johnston Street, Annandale
Heritage Poster Exhibition * Heritage Talks * Reptile Zoo * Kindifarm * Face Painting * Tattooist * Magician * Balloonist * Roving Guitar Troubadour * Tea & Coffee * Art Exhibition (Centre Painting Classes) * Cumberland Society Miniature War Games Display * Neighbourhood Centre & Leichhardt Council Information
An Exhibition of A3 Posters, paintings, photographs or poetry celebrating Annandale's heritage. Share your favourite bit of heritage, whether it be a pressed metal ceiling, plaster rose, tiles on step fronts, lead light windows, antiques, photographs of a bygone era or a contemporary skyline of heritage buildings.
Open to all ages. Annandale After School Care Centre (OOSH) are participating.
Exhibitors are invited to donate the exhibition copy of their entries to the Annandale Heritage Festival Collection.
Entries are to be brought to the Annandale Neighbourhood Centre on 13 April 2014. It is intented that Works will be attached to windows in backhall of Neighbourhood centre for the day.
If you would like to share your favourite heritage secret or need futher information please contact Marghanita da Cruz, email:firstname.lastname@example.org | Telephone:0414-869202 | Twitter:@callicoma.
Both the Aboriginal presence and how the Johnstons used it, and eventually sold North Annandale with the help of W Pritchard. Norma Perry will talk about the three early cottages, Annandale, Annangrove and Albion, the Cowan and Israel soap factory and other industries.
David Springett, Heritage Architect and Chair of Annandale Precinct, will talk about some of the infamous, notorious and daring exploits of residents of Annandale and how they have impacted on what we see today. David will share stories and images of Annandale's first inhabitants and their Gardens, the ghosts of the Abbey, Shoes under the doorway, the hand of Ferdinand and Smells of Annandale.
Rev Peter Dunstan (BSc Dip Hort Sc BD) of the Hunter Baillie Memorial Presbyterian Church, will demonstrate the correct way to prune roses. Rev Peter Dunstan originally trained as a Botanist and Agricultural Chemist and then as a Horticultural Scientist specializing in Australian Native Plants...more
Inspection of 1889 Blacket church and earlier hall * recitals on fine 1890 Hill & Son organ * historical talks * archival photographs & documents * afternoon teas * sausage sizzle
Contact: Malcolm Beveridge | Phone: (02) 9969 8071 | Email: email@example.com | Website: www.hunterbaillie.org.au
2pm: One hour walk starting at the Hunter Baillie Hall.
Price: $20 includes afternoon tea (proceeds to Hunter Baillie Church and Hall Conservation Fund).
Bookings Preferred : (02) 9969 8071 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
This walk is the fourth in the series. 1890s Annandale, Federation Annandale and Annandale's Great War are available as Paperbacks and eBooks.
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Contact: Marghanita da Cruz | email:email@example.com | Telephone:0414-869202 | Twitter:@callicoma. 131500 Transport Info website
Thanks to The Toucan Shop, Eva's Vintage, Cafe on Johnston, Vinery Foods, The Little Marionette, Annandale Village Newsagency, Booth and Taylor Hardware, Black Toast Cafe and Revolver Cafe for helping to promote the 2014 Festival!
The Annandale Heritage Festival takes place under the umbrellas of the NSW National Trust Heritage Festival: Journeys (12 April - 26 May 2014) and Australian Heritage Week 2014 (13 - 21 April).
Australian Heritage Week is a national annual event celebrates the places and stories that make Australia and Australians special. The week is about: raising public awareness of the importance of conserving and protecting our special heritage places, our rich Indigenous heritage and the diverse historic sites that together reflect our development as a nation; encouraging communities and organisations to host a local heritage event or activity; and providing an opportunity for all Australians to join together to celebrate our shared and special heritage.