An all-access pass to the unexplored parts of Goulburn not normally on public view.
'Living History' defines the proud and participatory relationship Goulburn locals have with their past and present history, living surrounded by places of historical significance.
It describes a deeper relationship than the 'heritage' that exists in most towns that have old buildings, and seeks to recognise and celebrate the achievements and experiences of people from Goulburn and surrounding places.
Visitors can uncover the stories of women's history, Australia’s oldest working brewery, a steam-driven waterworks, railways, cathedrals, historic homes and local archaeology!
Tours and talks of historic homesteads like Garroorigang Home
Presentations and discussion of archaeology, for example at Riversdale Homestead
Tours and talks at industrial sites such the Goulburn Historic Waterworks
Displays of religious architecture including St Saviour's Cathedral and Saints Peter's and Paul's Cathedral
Tours of historic convict sites such as the Towrang Stockade
Talks, presentations and exhibitions focused on social history at the Goulburn Library Local Studies
Displays of floral arts and heritage roses
Accompany notable figures such as Tom Bryant and Phillip Leighton-Daly for bush walks of the local area