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My favourite stories are from the From all Four Corners exhibition.It's fantastic to learn how people from all over the world have made their way to Wagga.
- Sally
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Islamic Conversations Did you catch Islamic Conversations on Saturday November 5? Stay tuned! The two talks will be uploaded soon!
People and Place Explore the many fascinating layers of history to be found in Fitzmaurice and Baylis Streets with recorded memories, photographs and objects relating to the businesses and people who have made their lives there.
Hartwig Family From barbed wire to boundary fences Education Resources NOW AVAILABLE
He Belonged to Wagga When war was declared in Europe on 4 August 1914, the men of Wagga Wagga answered the call to arms.
The Sauntering Emu logo The Sauntering Emu and other stories - Life with the Birds of the Riverina On exhibition now at the Museum's Botanic Gardens site.
Questacon - Science on the Move Science on the Move's intriguing exhibit investigations will engage your mind and body. Turn yourself into a battery, crank up a tornado in a bottle, escape from handcuffs, predict the outcome of chaos, build a food chain, measure your fitness and much, much more. On Display at the Museum's Historic Council Chambers site 5 December 2014 - 8 February 2015
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A Convict in the Family A convict in the family? showcases the rich, large-scale photographs of documentary photographer Mine Konakci. The works reveal the connections between convict settlers, their direct descendants and the petty crimes that changed the course of their families’ histories. On display now
Trench Art In the trenches in World War I, soldiers would pass the time by turning discarded objects into beautiful works of art. Come and see some trench art then have a go at making your own, using found objects, to hang on your Christmas tree.
Access All Areas The Access All Areas Film Festival is a free, family-friendly film festival that aims to promote awareness about accessible cinema, and Australian cinema in general, and is for people with and without disability alike, making culture accessible to everyone.
Coming Soon: Emporium When the Abikhair store was closing in the mid 1990's AlburyCity were fortunate enough to acquire the complete merchandise and stock from this iconic Albury store for the collection. This included original merchandise and advertising material from previous decades, especially the 1950's.