Events on 1st Jan 1970
Events for 1st Jan 1970
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You Have to Draw the Line Somewhere
- Date: 12th January 2019 - 28th June 2019
- Every day
- Location: Wanneroo Museum, Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre, 3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo
- Cost: FREE
For thousands of years maps have been used to represent the world in two dimensions in order to help determine the edge of coasts, borders of countries and boundaries of properties.
Monday-Wednesday // 10am - 4pm
Thursday // 10am - 5pm
Friday // 10am - 4pm
Saturday // 12pm - 4pm
Sundays and public holidays // closed
A new exhibit at the Wanneroo Regional Museum captures the history of mapping and surveying in the Wanneroo region and further afield. With an array of fascinating instruments on display that demonstrate the complexity and precision of the surveyor’s task, the exhibit also highlights the way that the surveyors of the past observed, measured and recorded the natural landscape.
Visit during the school holidays and use a map and coordinates to hunt for clues and crack the code to reveal a mystery word.
Cultural Conversations - Interactive Session on Aboriginal Culture (all ages)
- Date: 28th May 2019
- Location: Butler Community Centre , 55 Kingsbridge Boulevard, Butler
- Time: 18:00 - 20:00
- Cost: FREE - bookings essential
Take an inspiring journey through the significant events of Noongar culture, guided by community leader, Shaun Nannup.
Shaun is a human being, an Indigenous man and a father with a gift for connecting people through stories.
In this workshop, you’ll improve your awareness and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, language and cultural awareness through the art of Shaun’s storytelling.
Click below to book your place today. Bookings are essential.