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The Centenary of Canberra is an opportunity
for all Australians to celebrate this momentous occasion in our country’s history and to explore the many facets–local, regional, national and international–of our nation’s capital.
For more information on this 12 month-long celebration of Australia's capital city follow
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PROGRAM LAUNCH: Windsongs and Waterlines
Canberra Museum and Gallery
Sat 29 June: 2.30–3.30pm
Sat 29 June – Sun 25 August
The exhibition, Window to Wreck Bay showcases the cultural survival of the Wreck Bay Community, the traditional owners of Jervis Bay, and explores the history and culture of the only Aboriginal Community reserve in the ACT.
Windsongs and Waterlines – where is, what is
Wreck Bay? is a Centenary of Canberra project, proudly supported by the ACT Government and the Australian Government.
WEAVING WORKSHOP: Wreck Bay Community
$65 per workshop, payment due by Thu 11 July
Sat 13 July and Sat 20 July: 12.00–3.30pm
Sat 13 April – Sun 30 June
Familiarise yourself with key moments in Australian taste as revealed by the furniture and decorative art objects from the official residences: The Lodge and Government House in Canberra, and Kirribilli and Admiralty House in Sydney. Supported by the Australiana Fund.
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